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Sub: Non profit debt consolidation company - Ways to select a good one and repay bills faster
Wed, 08/10/2014 03:03

Hi all

after spend over 2 hours look at my credit report i have no ideal what i need to be done. I try to search a good non profit debt consolidation can help me get through this.

if you know any good one please share

Thanks



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Sub: #1 Tell us about your debt, what kind, how much, etc. We can't givWed, 04/27/2011 - 08:01



Tell us about your debt, what kind, how much, etc. We can't give you sound advice without knowing your situation first.

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Sub: #2 Bankruptcy is the last option that a person should think of. ForFri, 12/17/2010 - 00:36



Bankruptcy is the last option that a person should think of. For your unsecured debts, you can go for the options of debt consolidation or debt settlement in order to avoid bankruptcy. You can contact a consolidation or settlement company and take their help in dealing with your creditors. However, you can settle your debts on your own. To know about the steps to settle your debts yourself, check out the given page:
http://www.debtconsolidationcare.com/steps.html

For your secured debt like a home mortgage, you can apply for a loan modification wherein you'll get a repayment plan to pay off your debts at an affordable rate. Thus, you won't have to file bankruptcy for it.


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Sub: #3 how bankruptcy can be avoided??????????????????Sun, 10/31/2010 - 22:04



how bankruptcy can be avoided??????????????????


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Sub: #4 Well, then it is provides a great information to everyone! You sSat, 10/30/2010 - 16:34



Well, then it is provides a great information to everyone! You still find a company that are legal and has great services that will help you solve along your debt problems. Let us face that truth that their are lots of companies out their that offers good services and make promises to help you get out of debt but unfortunately those are only scam companies. Many victims about this and it also increase nowadays.
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Sub: #5 can we find tax sheil on debt settelment? Solicitation removed.Sat, 10/23/2010 - 02:47



can we find tax sheil on debt settelment?
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Sub: #6 I found that the best thing is to have a detailed plan on how toThu, 10/21/2010 - 18:28



I found that the best thing is to have a detailed plan on how to manage their debt. Now I have to admit, spending and racking up the debt is fun, however paying it off later is by far the worst part. I know I did. Once I met with a professional, I was able to pay off my debt AND save more. As a matter of fact, it gave me extra spending money too. He was very thorough and upfront about everything. I was extremely comfortable talking to him because I could tell what he was telling me was true. I now have a written gameplan to be a millionaire by the time I'm 35. This is a dream come true. I send all of my family and friends to him and they are all equally impressed. Who knew that we could be better off in such a rough economic condition? Thanks to my financial guru I have finally earned my financial freedom.


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Sub: #7 Bella financial-mountain view financial do not use!!!!!Wed, 08/18/2010 - 09:05



I was unaware that I was soliciting- I am trying to help others avoid the rip-offs in this world


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Sub: #8 Bella financial-mountain view financial do not use!!!!!Wed, 08/18/2010 - 08:52



Quote:
Originally Posted by mbrazier
I work for a BBB Rated A+ debt counseling agency. All of our counselors are certified financial counselors and are more than willing to help review your credit report for free to help you get a better idea as to whats being reported and how its affecting your credit.
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ANY ADVICE ON HOW TO RESOLVE THIS?
I signed with them (bella) in june 2008; they filed bankruptcy in may 2010 after settling one credit card; they owe me $4000. They filed chapter here in texas and re-opened in delaware under mt view financial with the same owner, same employees- same office! I went in personally and they acted like they didn't know me, i have called and e-mailed owner mike hauser and rita moore-barber repeatedly. I filed an ag complaint and bbb. Bbb doesn't help much, hope the ag does. They do not have the professionalism to respond and they even spelled "consulting " wrong on their website...
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i plan to ensure that they have zero customers from here on.


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Sub: #9 putting on the capeThu, 08/12/2010 - 12:30



I work for a BBB Rated A+ debt counseling agency. All of our counselors are certified financial counselors and are more than willing to help review your credit report for free to help you get a better idea as to whats being reported and how its affecting your credit.

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Hi all
after spend over 2 hours look at my credit report i have no ideal what i need to be done. I try to search a good non profit debt consolidation can help me get through this.
if you know any good one please share
Thanks


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Sub: #10 is there any non profit debt consolidator around the ShelbyvilleTue, 08/10/2010 - 10:59



is there any non profit debt consolidator around the Shelbyville,Louisville,Frankfort KY area?


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