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> I think they would have been more open with sharing the company name and/or ticker symbol.

Look at what happened to NTES.


>Another reason I think people were "dwelling" on the stock is that eliminating debt does not involve a quick fix. Banking on a big run-up on a stock in order to pay your debt is nothing short of gambling with money you cannot afford to lose.

$1,500 won't really make a difference to me at this point, no matter what others may say.

At this point, with a FICO of <600, a settlement won't really make a difference. But it will make me get out from this cave within 2 1/2 years rather than 6+ years.

Fortune favors the bold, and at this point I really don't have much to lose.
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