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I’ve Been Out of Work For a Year and I’m Running Out of Cash. – Linda

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Linda “Dear Steve, I have been out of work for almost a year. All of my credit cards have been used to live on, and all my cash used to pay them. I am now coming to the end of the cash, and still no job offers. I never dreamed it would come to this, because i was always able ... Read More »

    David Writes In “I Have No More to Give”

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    David wrote me through the GetOutOfDebt.org site to ask his question below. You can too! “Dear Steve, I have about $20,000 in credit card debt. 4 cards that I’ve transferred balances to, each with a rate of 2.99 to 3.99% interest for life of the loan. Each monthly minimum is about $110.00. I have no more to give, and we ... Read More »

      I Was Told I Had Quit, But I Hadn’t. – Henry

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      Henry “Dear Steve, I worked for a company for 4years,I quit do to alot of stress ,personal and from my work .I was a sanitation supervisor at a produce packing company.I was required to work a lot of hours under the gun and after all the stress i was going through I went to my boss and told him I ... Read More »

        I Don’t Have a Job to Pay My Debts. What Should I Do? – Reanna

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        Reanna “Dear Steve, I don’t have a job and I am currently 1,000 dollars in debt with my bank and credit card. I owe 500 dollars to each. What should I do? Reanna”   Dear Reanna, I’m thinking that getting a job would be the right answer here. If you were making an effort and still not able to repay ... Read More »

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