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  • Did you receive a certified letter saying you are being sued by a credit card company? Don't despair. Fight back and answer the letter following the instructions below.

    You Can Beat Credit Card Debt Collectors

    You Can Beat Credit Card Debt Collectors

    by Brian Gray5198

  • Debt payments are the number-one expense of most Americans each month. Stop adding more debt to your life and start the journey to financial freedom with this 4 step guide to destroying your debt.

    4-Step Plan To Destroy Your Debt

    4-Step Plan To Destroy Your Debt

    by Rick Bostick2

  • I never thought I would ever be thankful that I had student loans. Then I started paying them off and that was a better education that the schooling they had payed for.

    Student Loans: My Biggest and Best Mistake

    Student Loans: My Biggest and Best Mistake

    by Mario Fox0

  • Find out the pros and cons of debt consolidation, one of the most popular forms of debt reduction. You will also learn which debt consolidation companies are the best for 2016.

    Find out If Debt Consolidation Is Right for You

    Find out If Debt Consolidation Is Right for You

    by Gregory DeVictor1

  • Need a sample of a letter you can send to a collection agency to tell them to stop harassing you, but don’t know what to write? Need a sample letter to help you put it together? Read this article about dealing with collection agencies, and get some sample letter ideas you can use to...

    Sample Letters to Send to Debt Collection Agents

    Sample Letters to Send to Debt Collection Agents

    by callmefoxxy11

  • Overwhelmed with interest and finance charges from payday loan? Fallen into a never-ending cycle of loan after loan? Read on to find out how to get yourself out of debt.

    What to Do if You Can't Pay Your Payday Loan

    What to Do if You Can't Pay Your Payday Loan

    by Blackberry17

  • The average American household has over $155,000 of debt. Liabilities include mortgages, car and student loans, credit card balances, medical bills, signature loans, back taxes, and overdraft charges.

    25 Facts About Consumer Spending and Debt in America

    25 Facts About Consumer Spending and Debt in America

    by Gregory DeVictor0

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