4 Responses to “The Long Road of Debt Negotiation”

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  3. credit counseling angie Says:

    My simple suggestion is get rid of your credit cards COMPLETELY. Most of my problems were due to my credit cards and my infatuation with using them to buy shoes.

  4. debtcontrolman Says:

    Angie,

    That is good sound advice. For so many now there is a whole baggage to clear due to the temptations of easy credit. These are the ones my advice is aimed to help.

    And when it comes to shoes and other fashions of course there is a whole industry designed [if you’ll pardon the pun] to make people feel they do not belong if they have not got the very latest, or a lot of variation.

    And when the credit bug bites back there is a big healing of the financial wounds needed.

    Joseph Harris
    Debt Control Man

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