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Greetings, coolprash! I'm guessing it must scare you quite a lot to hang out around here! :-) I recall saying you are debt-free; was there a time when you were also in debt and eventually retired it? Can you share your story?

hello xraymd,

I have never been in debt until now and that is of $2800. I was unemployed so the debt started piling up but now I have got a job and am hoping to get this paid off by march 12, 2300.

At the moment I am hoping to save $ 1000 a month and that will help get me to my goal of paying the CC debt.

yours sincerely,

PS: instinctively I have a high dislike of debt, being poor and for no savings.
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