05-23-2008 08:52 AM - edited 05-23-2008 09:18 AM
05-25-2008 09:58 PM
05-26-2008 06:11 AM
heather76 wrote:this is just my opinion but here goes. First, I wouldn't obsess over the calls versus letters. There's no hiding from the problem. Just remind her that she has to-by law- send you verification of your debt. Maybe ask to talk to supervisor.My second advice is this. Get a second job. I hemmed and hawed over being broke, then finally I bit the bullet and took on a second job. I've been doing it for two months. Results? I have paid off almost $2000 of debt in TWO months. You have to make more money. It's not a choice at this point. You simply must.I know it probably isn't what you wanted to hear, sorry.P.S- It's amazing how understanding my 10 year old son has been about my extended work days- especially when I have money for him to attend basketball camp, and other things.... think about it.
06-16-2008 06:47 AM
06-16-2008 11:10 AM
Hubby's FICOs when we started: high 400s (June 2008)
Hubby's FICO NOW (04/06/09): TU: 679 EQ: 608 EX: ???
My FICOs: TU: 643, EQ: 606
Closed on new home: 1/20/2009 -- If we can do it, YOU can do it!!
06-16-2008 03:33 PM
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