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There are others on this list who have had huge CC debt and lived to see it disappear. The rest of us are still beating the debt down and knowing that there is a light at the end of the CC debt tunnel.

For us to help you, the standard response is to request that you list all your CCs, how much you have on each and what interest rate. Give us an idea of your budget (how much you spend on food, clothes, car, shelter, etc) so we can help you identify where you may be able to cut back, at least temporarily, until you get your CC debt down.

You took the first step out of your trouble, you posted here!

Congrats!
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