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July 16th, 2017

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  • Anonymous says:

    If you need some straight talk, education and solutions for getting on the other side of a debt mountain, this guide is a helpful summary of the facts. More importantly, it lays out what you should do to get organized and take action, or even to consider bankruptcy, though that’s not recommended. There are lots of direct tips in here, including how to write to your creditors and what to say. The advice is not wrapped in a lot of extra prose, which is great because if you need this book it’s…

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