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I Buy Junk Mail. Sell Me Your Junk Mail.

You will help protect people when you sell me your junk mail.

I’m back in the market for advertising letters and mailers people receive promising some sort of debt or credit help. As a reward for helping me scout out the latest mailers so I can review them I’m reinstating my “I Buy Junk Mail” program I offered a few years ago. Why I Do This I’ve found the best way to ... Read More »

Jay Got Sucked Down With The Falling Real Estate Market

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Jay “Dear Steve, I recently remodeled a house. I got the house for such a good deal that I had no problem using credit cards to pay for the repairs. Unfortunately, the market tanked as I was putting the house on the market. What I am left with is a $2000/mo mortgage and around $45,000 in unsecured debt. I make ... Read More »

People Do Stupid Things to Get Out of Debt. Postal Worker Sent to Jail.

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It never surprises me anymore to hear the silly things that people do to get out of debt. It easily ranges from outright theft, embezzlement, credit fraud, identity theft, etc. But it does always surprises me to hear people say they are so paranoid about identity theft that they refuse to use a credit card on the Internet, yet they ... Read More »

Archeologists Finds 3,000-Year Old Credit Card Bill

Earliest Known Credit Card Statement

An Israeli archeologist has discovered what he says is the earliest-known Hebrew text, found on a shard of pottery that dates to the time of King David from the Old Testament, about 3,000 years ago. Carbon dating of the ostracon (meaning “statement”), along with pottery analysis, dates the inscription to time of King David, about a millennium earlier than the ... Read More »

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