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Author: Mctripat One star, 50 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 311074  
Subject: Re: Counseling vs. Bankruptcy Date: 8/21/2003 5:39 PM
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Here is my reseach on credit counseling. Sometimes debt consolidation is almost the same thing. See my list explaining this go to http://www.subrosabooks.com They have a book how to BS your creditors.
They will let you download a free addendum. I don't agree with all their stuff but I learned some things.

debt websites This is a wordpad document from here down except the goodbyes.


he is a private man with methods for getting out of debt He teaches classes here at Univ of New Mexico Continuning Education. He does not work for the credit card companies as the nonprofit places do. I will probably use him. Either that or get a cosigner on 2nd mortgage to get a lower interest rate because debt ratios are too high.






http://www.debtadvice.org/ consumer credit counseling

http://www.credit.org/ told Laura about Springboard





http://consumers.creditnet.com/ credit cards

http://www.myvesta.org/ non profit

http://www.lawdog.com/ state laws

http://www.subrosastore.com/ recommend book BS your creditors

http://www.help-consolidate-debt.com/debtsites.htm links

http://www.dinkytown.com lots of financial calculators


good luck


I would have responded sooner but, my internet connection has been down a few times.
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