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My Dad Took Out Cash Advances on My Credit Card And Took All of My Savings. – Heather

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Heather “Dear Steve, I am a recent MBA grad who got into a lot of debt before and during school because I needed to help out my family. Due to my dad taking out cash advances on my credit cards and then my having to live off my credit cards during school because I had also given him all of ... Read More »

Eva Has Heard Negative Things About CCCS

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Eva “Dear Steve, My husband and I just bought a home and besides the mortgage, we are in debt for $26,000. I called up my credit card companies and they said they aren’t offering lower rates to customers now. I went to CCCS website and they say lowering customers rates is one of their ways they can help out. If ... Read More »

Banks Agree to Wipe Out Up to 40 Percent of Credit Card Debt But Watch Out.

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Credit card lenders include Discover Financial Services LLC, Bank of America Corp., Citigroup Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co., Capital One Financial Corp., American Express Co. and HSBC Holdings have finally come together with the help of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, Consumer Federation of America and the Financial Service Roundtable to start the process of creating a debt solution, ... Read More »

Catherine Asks If There Is Hope Or Help For Debt

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Catherine writes in: “My husband and I are behind on a few of our loans and one is a vehicle payment and the other if a flexline loan( pretty much a credit card) we have talked about bankrupcy but would like to avoid that. Are there any companies out there that offer help for these things.” Catherine, Thank you for ... Read More »

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