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I Was Studying in England But Had to Return to Greece. I Left Debt Behind.


“Dear Jon, I am a Greek citizen and 3 years ago (mid-September 2009) I started a course at an English university. Due to some personal problems I had to return in Greece only after a month or so (October 2009), so I cut my course short. I had a student loan accepted, but I had the right to cancel the ... Read More »

    I Moved Back to the UK From Greece and Have All Sorts of Debt. – Julie

    “Dear Jon, I left the UK to live in Greece in Oct 2008 during a severe mid life crisis. I left existing debt of around £20k and used credit cards whilst in Greece to the tune of around £10/15k. I previously had an unblemished credit history for about 20 years. I returned to the UK due to Greece’s financial meltdown ... Read More »

      Can I Be Bailed Out of My Student Loan Like Greece? – Josh

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      “Dear Steve, I have a private student from a bank at a very high interest rate(8.25)%. I made few payments but lost my job, now I am doing a job at half my previous salary. I dont have enough income to support my kids and pay the loan as well. The bank says refinancing is not an option. Can i ... Read More »

        In Debt in Greece and Need to Move to Canada. – Confused

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        “Dear Steve, Have a mortgage in Greece that no longer can be paid. Been out of work for 6 months. Have a wife and 3 kids and family in North America, that is willing to get us back on our feet. If we moved to Canada ( have citizenship), can Greece come after us for the mortagage we still owe ... Read More »

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