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Bank of America Credit Card Debt Settlement Advice and Instructions

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If you’re facing a legitimate financial hardship and can’t make the minimum payments on your Bank of America (or FIA Card Services) credit card account then one potential solution is to negotiate a lump-sum settlement for less the balance owed. If you’re unfamiliar with debt settlement, you’re probably wondering how someone who can’t make their monthly payments would have the ... Read More »

    Should You Settle Your Debt Using an Unknown Online Form You Pay to Download?

    Debt Settlement Agreement

    A friend and reader of this site sent me in a link for debt settlement agreements which consumers can purchase online. Out of curiosity I asked some friends in the debt settlement world what they though of a consumer just launching into settling their own debt using such forms and they offered some good advice and probably not what you ... Read More »

      The Debt Settlement Attorney Model Podcast

      This week the podcast with Damon Day focused primarily on the attorney model in debt settlement and the problems associated with that. Here are some of the articles that relate to issues we talked about in the podcast. The Critical Flaw in The Attorney Model for Debt Settlement Mosler Law Firm and SFC State Capital Financial Kicked Out of Vermont ... Read More »

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