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Debt elimination is actually very simple
Run toward your creditors, not from them
It’s difficult to negotiate with a creditor who has been ignored. Most creditors respond to a specific request that is backed by a detailed written plan. The plan should include what you owe, a copy of your budget, and a detailed plan showing exactly how much you can repay each month.
Already being hounded by debt collectors?
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, passed by Congress in 1977, prohibits certain methods of debt collection. Debts covered under the act include such things as money owed for cars, medical care, or charge accounts. Remember that this law does not erase any legitimate debt you owe. If you have questions about your rights under this act, contact the Federal Trade Commission. Report a problem with debt collectors to your state attorney general’s office; they can help define your rights.
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