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I Left My High School Sweetheart and Now My Credit is Trashed. – Christine

I left my high school sweethart four years ago which put me in my own apartment. I had a great job at the time and got laid off about one year later.. I have about six credit cards which are all in collections after the past two years. I do work full time but i … Read more

I’ve Already Been Sued by a Debt Buyer. Would It Make Sense to File Bankruptcy? – Joshua

“Dear Michael, When I was in college, I couldn’t find a job in the summer of 2008. I was unable to make any of the payments on my credit cards and my auto loan. I buried my head in the sand and ignored everything. The car got repossessed and the collection calls started with the … Read more

I’m Being Sued by a Creditor And Was Told Only Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Might Be Right For Me. – Tim

“Dear Lewis, i am being sued by collection/ law firm(s) have received a citation of suit from a lawyer representing citibank. i have done online search for low cost attorney and spoke with one on the phone for court representation, he then pointed me towards a bankruptcy lawyer because he knew the suing firm well, … Read more

I Think Sallie Mae is Violating My Collection Rights. – Robyn

Robyn “Dear Steve, I have a private student loan with Sallie Mae. I got this loan to go to a computer training school in Massachusetts. I now live in California. They are threatening to default if I do not pay $842 by August 8th. I am not refusing to pay them, I am just not … Read more

Can the Debt Collector Really Do That Under the FDCPA? – Jason

“Dear Steve, Unemployed, increasing debt, previous attempts to settle and/or maintain debt payback inconsistant, delayed and past due payments. 1. Can a debt collector call outside of the hours 8am-9pm the debtor’s location and time? Are there any day restrictions (i.e. Sunday, holidays) 2. Is is legal for a debt collector to call a third … Read more

Law Offices and Creditors Are Calling Me Non-Stop, Threatening to Sue and Treating Me Like a Criminal – Avria

“Dear Steve, Early in 2008, I had a sudden turn of events. I had to quit my job due to health problems and lost half of my household income when my ex and I split up. I had just bought a new car and signed on to what would have been smart loans to transition … Read more