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Carolyn Built Her New Home Using Credit Card Cash Advances

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“Dear Steve, I built a new home using credit card cash advances. I now have $85,000 in credit card debt and the interest rates average 25%. I can make up to $2500/month in credit payments but the interest rates are killing me. I had great credit before this issue. I have a good job and predictable income. What is the ... Read More »

    Navy Tells Jonathan to Contact Me For Advice

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    “Dear Steve, I’m a 30 year old married man, 2 children. My wife lost her six figure a year job in real estate, since then, we have lost two homes to foreclosure, 1 vehicle repossessed, and 15 major credit cards maxed out and not paid for 2 yrs+. Everything is in collection. We have about $1.2 million in un-paid debt. ... Read More »

      Guest Post – Mortgage Tips and Money Saving Advice

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      Tom McConnon contacted me recently and wanted me to share this post with you. If you would like to contribute a guest post, you can contact me here. If you are a first-time home buyer, a mortgage may seem like an overwhelming and intimidating thing if you do not fully understand what it is. Here we break down confusing mortgage ... Read More »

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