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Credit Card Relief HelpThu, 03 Jul 2008 08:35:27 +0000http://wordpress.org/?v=2.5.1enGetting Your Free Credit Report
http://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/getting-your-free-credit-report-10/#commentsThu, 03 Jul 2008 08:35:27 +0000adminhttp://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/getting-your-free-credit-report-10/Getting Free Credit Report is the good way to monitor your credit from the daily basis. Having Credit Report, you do not need to worry about missing information about the transition of the credit. The Free Credit Report provides you feel warm and stay close with your Cradit everywhere and everytime.
http://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/bankruptcy-loans-3/#commentsThu, 03 Jul 2008 01:45:15 +0000adminhttp://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/bankruptcy-loans-3/I can understand why banks would be afraid to loan people money after filing for bankruptcy.
We are living in very difficult times for so many people and banks are afraid to loan people money in the first place more or less when their credit is in shambles.
If you look at the amount of homes being foreclosed on, and companies that are no longer in business–people are really hurting. So, on one hand you have those who are still working after bankruptcy versus those who arent having as good of luck. Unfortunately, I believe the qualifications for bankruptcy loan should be is whether or not you are currently employes plain and simple.
If you have the guts to continue to go out and face the world making very little–that should be the ultimate character test to a bank.
For those who dont have that much inner muscle, I feel they shouldnt be considered for a loan.
http://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/bankruptcy-options-5/#commentsWed, 02 Jul 2008 19:10:57 +0000adminhttp://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/bankruptcy-options-5/There are a couple options for filing. The easiest and the best is to get a lawyer that is trained in this area. With a lawyer you don’t have to worry about whether or not you are making an error in your paper work. The lawyer will go to bat for you and help you through this hard time in your life.
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http://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/credit-counseling-services-5/#commentsWed, 02 Jul 2008 13:05:04 +0000adminhttp://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/credit-counseling-services-5/Various organizations offering credit counseling to individuals as well as debt management, financial education, housing advising and reverse mortgage counseling. These companies are offering invaluable information to consumers to aid them in financial decision making and/or repair of damaged credit.
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http://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/refinancing-to-consolidate-debt-3/#commentsTue, 01 Jul 2008 18:29:17 +0000adminhttp://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/refinancing-to-consolidate-debt-3/Refinancing to consolidate debt sounds like a good idea. All your debt is in one place and you make one payment every month. Often your total monthly payment is less than you were paying when your debts were not consolidated. You may even save money in the long run if your interest rate is low. If you are going to consolidate debt by refinancing you must make absolutely sure that you are not going to rack up more debt and end up right back where you were before.
]]>http://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/refinancing-to-consolidate-debt-3/feed/Should I Declare Bankruptcy
http://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/should-i-declare-bankruptcy-4/#commentsTue, 01 Jul 2008 13:50:15 +0000adminhttp://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/should-i-declare-bankruptcy-4/When it comes to bankrupcy I am glad I live in America. In many countries if you are a debtor, it is very likely you will be punish with jail sentence, or, even worse, the government will harass you into turning in your house. In many countries, like Viet Nam, people killed themselves because they are so high in debt that they feared that the government would take everything away from them, leaving them to starve in the cold on the street. I’m glad I had research the topic Should I Declare Bankrupcy.
I learned that I do not have to be afraid of creditors and collection agencies, if the situation happen to me. There are non profit organizations out there that work with creditors or collection agencies to reduce your debt. I should not be afraid. The creditors by law can not take my assets because they don’t worth much. I have an old car that always break down, and I work at McDonnald. Those are my assets. However the bank might take my car, due to the fact that I borrowed a loan from them to buy the car I am a part time worker at McDonnald. the creditor can not attack my paychecks. If they do, then this world would be a merciless world. So it would be wise of me to declare bankrupcy to stop the hackling from creditors. The worse that could happen to me after declaring bankrupcy is a payment plan will be set up a payment plan for me, since there is not anything with high values that the creditors to take from my house. I found this website helpful for debtors who in the position of having to decide whether they should declare bankruptcy. http://bankruptcystressrelief.com/chapter-7-bankruptcy.html
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http://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/how-to-save-money-on-bills-4/#commentsTue, 01 Jul 2008 06:59:28 +0000adminhttp://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/how-to-save-money-on-bills-4/Saving money on bills can be difficult but not impossible. First make sure all of your credit cards are under their limits. The companies charge you $35.00 a month ontop of interest when you are over-limit. Second make sure you mail your bills 10 days before the due date to make sure you aren’t hit with late fees. These are the easiest ways to get organized. After you’ve done this look into cards with itroductory interest rates of 0%. They won’t give you that rate forever but for 12 sometimes 18 months you can carry your balances interest free! This means 100% of your payment goes toward reducing your balance. Using these methods should help you to reduce your monthly payments and save your hard-earned money for yourself!
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http://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/alternatives-to-filing-bankruptcy/#commentsTue, 01 Jul 2008 03:37:07 +0000adminhttp://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/alternatives-to-filing-bankruptcy/They best way to avoid bankruptcy is to avoid debt. Stay clear of credit cards, use debit cards. It’s ok to pay cash.
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http://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/bankruptcy-and-your-credit-2/#commentsMon, 30 Jun 2008 22:52:16 +0000adminhttp://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/bankruptcy-and-your-credit-2/Bankruptcy and Your Credit are used together more often as every day passes. Foreclosures on homes on the west coast are a huge issue today because people pull out loans like they are nothing. Additionally, credit cards can easily take advantage of their users, for knowing your limit and just paying the minimum payment every month can definitely get you into debt, and later bankruptcy. It is funny, though, how the government is ceased to be the rulers of the nation; however, they are in debt, tremendously.
http://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/debt-counselors-5/#commentsMon, 30 Jun 2008 17:56:36 +0000adminhttp://freeeasydebtrelief.com/debtblog/debt-counselors-5/Most Debt Counselors seem to work for the credit companies themselves. So In my opinion it is a waste of time to use them. They don’t have your best interest at heart.