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I Settled My Home Depot Card But Now They Say They Never Agreed. – Chelsea

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“Dear Damon, I had a Home Depot card that was $30,000 that I settled for $15,000 two years ago. I never got a paper saying that it was settled. I called and talked to them about it and they said that it was because there was a returned check so it wasn’t settled. The day that they put the check ... Read More »

I Can’t Pay My Home Depot Credit Cards After the Economy Went in the Dumper. – Lavina

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While doing home renovations and remodeling, I opened two Home Depot cards and one at Lowes. The ‘no interest for 6 mos.’ and ‘no interest for 12 mos.’ sounded great, and I was thnking how I could pay off each “program” before the interest rates kicked in. How wrong I was! The economy went into the dumper, I lost 2 ... Read More »

Can I Be Sued for My Husband’s Debts? – Linda

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My husband and I have legally been seperated for three years; May of 2010 my husband rented a tool from home depot in my name, yet he signed for it. Home depot has been harassing me for payment, I explained to them I never rented such a tool. I requested that they review the video of the transaction so I ... Read More »

Sears, Home Depot May Lose 8% of Holiday Sales on Credit Limits

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Sears, Home Depot May Lose 8% of Holiday Sales on Credit Limits Bloomberg - 5 minutes ago Outstanding credit-card debt has risen 75 percent since 1999, while real wages have grown 4 percent in the same period, according to a report last month by ... Read More »

Sandra Is a Single Mother And Worried About Paying For College

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“Dear Steve, I am a 40-year old single mother of one and currently have $22K in credit card debt among 3 creditors: American Express $16K (9.99%), Home Depot $3K (12%), and Furniture Express $3K (zero interest and payment until March 2010). I have $35K in student loans (6.2%) with Wachovia who is also the holder of my employer sponsored 401K ... Read More »

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