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How Can I Find Out if I Can Offer Debt Settlement in the Different States? – Roger

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Dear Steve, I’ve enjoyed your site for many years. Thank you for your contributions. I do have a question for you that you may be able to help. I’ve had a debt settlement company for about 20 + years. I deal mainly with Commercial, business to business debt and not consumer. Occasionally I get people wanting me to settle their ... Read More »

How Do or Can I Settle My Debts on My Own? – Shawna

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Shawna “Dear Steve, I have 20,000 on 2 credit cards and a an interest free loan of 15,000 from my mom. I would like to be able to pay off both cards with the 15,000. Is there a way to request to see if the 2 companies would reduce the amount I owe them if I paid it off immediately ... Read More »

Rules for Debt Settlement Companies Would Help Protect Consumers

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An editorial out of Michigan does a good job of summing up the grassroots feelings of educated consumer activists regarding needed debt settlement regulations. Here is the editorial: Pay off your debts for just pennies on the dollar! One phone call can save you from years of financial misery! Sales pitches like these might sound like they’re coming from a ... Read More »

Should I Go Bankrupt or Do Debt Settlement? – Endeudado

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“Dear Steve, I am 29 years old and 2 children and my wife. I am into too much debt that I am considering filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy. I owe 30,000 dollars in credit card debt. I have a mortgage of 98,000, a car loan, and a student loan. I am not behind on payments for anything, but I am ... Read More »

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