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My counselor at CCCS told me to send checks out on the same day of each month (as agreed) and not to give them the info. Mr. Snippy went balastic. He says I am not cooperating and am risking the great deal he has worked out for me. What should I do? (In advance, Eric if you are reading this I know I should just pay the bill (LOL-no hard feelings). Any advice from experience would be helpful.

Wow, that sounded so familier, only my Mr. Snippy was with AT&T Universal. I offer so much a month, he wanted 10x's more. He basically wanted my rent! I told him no. He said he would accept XXX dollars if I would give him all my checking account information. I said NO way! He flipped! We then went to CCCS, handed everything over to them and never dealt with Mr. Snippy again. Oh and AT&T ended up taking 1/2 of what I originally offered them in the deal but not after I wrote a letter to his supervisor complaining about the rude, obnoxious treatment I received from Mr. Snippy.

He lost his job.

Do not give them what they want. IF he continues this path, ask for his supervisor's name and go over his head.

::no more credit cards, no more collection agencies, no more hassle::
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