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Subject: Credit Card Debt Question Date: 5/6/2013 7:54 PM
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I currently have about $36,0000 in CC debt that I am paying roughly $350 interest on monthly. I am never past due or have any problems paying it I am just struggling to get the principal down. My question is if I should get a loan and pay it all off at once at 9% interest or just commit more $$ to paying it off on my own. I know this might seem like an easy question I have just never found myself in a situation like this before

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Steve
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