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skip to content search for: common money principles and practice. guidance to get out of debt check your state laws august 20, 2016june 22, 2016 cgpadmin first, check your state laws to see if you (or your parents) were properly served. laws vary from state to state on the proper way to serve someone. (e.g. some require that you get physically served, while others say that publication in the newspaper and/or certified mail delivery will suffice). if your state is one of the fortunate ones that have the law where they physically have to serve you, then the collection agency committed an fdcpa violation by “threatening to sue with no intention of doing so.” i’d call after going and getting the papers you apparently got and see why they sent it to your folks instead of you. that sounds fishy. as someone mentioned earlier, they will contact anyone they can find. i still get notices at my mother’s address claiming i owe some money and i haven’t lived there in thirty years!! (on a side note, since she passed away in november, bill collectors call while i’m trying to clean up her house. it’s a bit of a shock when i tell them she has died and can’t pay anything at this time). in california, $5000 would be considered small claims (someone correct me if i am wrong) and no lawyers are allowed. i still have not seen an answer (or i missed it) to what it means to have a judgment against you. are you being sued or are they taking you to debtor’s court? try the free credit counseling services. do you have an actual copy of the the suit and do you know the name of the credit card company that is suing you? answers, laws call them up and tell them that you would like to settle july 17, 2016june 22, 2016 cgpadmin if you call them up and tell them that you would like to settle the matter they will work with you and set up a payment plan or they will drop the interest and tell you to pay the balance. but you have to call them and let them know you want to pay. also, cash advance loans and especially website ergloans you mentioned in your question seem to be trustworthy a good option. just remember to borrow responsibly. also, i don’t know what happens if you are being sued, but i think if they can save money by not taking it to court, they may talk to you. contact the creditor directly, see what they can settle with you and get it in writing before you send them any money. maybe you have a legal aid type thing where you live and they may be able to help you…not sure how it works. people on this board have mentioned that the remaining balance is reported as income, but i don’t know anything about it. i never settled a debt, but that is the way i would handle it. good luck. amazing how they contact everyone you have ever known. once, a long time ago when i couldn’t pay my bills on time, the creditors called my uncle, who i wasn’t really close to but i ran his tv repair business for a month while he was out of the country. they called him asking how much money he could send them to pay my debt. what i did was called the office that was filing the law suit. they knocked off very little, and i was able to pay the amt. they asked for in full and avoid court. i did get a paper, that said the court date was settled before hand or something like that. at first they did offer me a monthly payment plan, however, they were still going for the judgment. all i could do to avoid the judgment was pay it in full. well, with the amount they were allowing to discount. i think it was around $400 dollars discount on a $2500 bill. so my advice is call and see what’s up to avoid going to court. if you have the $$ and that is what you want to do. answers, collectors, payday loans need some advice regarding loans june 22, 2016 cgpadmin hello everyone i am new to the group and have read many of the previous posts but could not find someone who has my particular problem. about a year ago i stopped making payments on my credit card. this was stupid i know- but i did not have a job for several months. now my parents just called me saying that i got some notice in the mail that i am being sued. why didn’t the send it to me- is that legal? they haven’t sent it to me yet, but i have no idea what to do. i have no idea who the collections agency with my account is- how do i find this out? i have a job now and actually have the entire amount of money that i owed – $5000.00 and can pay that. it is probably much more now with fees and everything though. should i consider fast cash advance loans (aka payday loans)? i heard they were easy to get and could be a real help in some cases? what do you think? is there a way for me to still contact the creditor and try to make a deal with them even though i am being sued? i really don’t want to have to find an attorney and go to court, but i will if i have to. what happens in court? will they make an order to garnish my wages, or can i make some sort of agreement on the spot to pay this off? how do i even find an attorney that won’t be too expensive? if i pay off the $5000 i will be completely broke! i have 3 weeks til my court date and i’m freaking out! thanks for any help! payday loans, questionscash advance bankruptcy laws question may 17, 2016june 22, 2016 cgpadmin if you file for bankruptcy, under the new laws, are you able to keep your home and car? we have never made a late payment on our house, and if i do file bankruptcy i want to keep our house and car. thanks bankruptcy, questions looking for insight……. march 20, 2016june 22, 2016 cgpadmin hello all, i’ve been a blog member for a short while, reading postings and learning as we all go along. we are considering cashing in our resp and rrsp to pay off debt. we are having difficulty keeping up. between us we have a decent wage and a disability pension. we have home equity but not enough to rectify this situation. any thoughts would be good to hear. bill. questions answer to the last quesiton. february 28, 2016june 22, 2016 cgpadmin i’m feeling pretty cynical today, so keep in mind that’s where thisresponse is coming from. 🙂 but first, the positive stuff: give yourself a pat on the back formaking the first step and communicating! that’s major progress! second, i’m not so sure it’s a bad idea to scare him with fearful numbers and show him he spent twice what was budgeted. if you do this in a kind and loving way, it might get through. i’ve learned that with some people (namely, my dear spouse) the nice, subtle messages just don’t work. saying very bluntly “i’m worried about our expenses from last month–we spent double what we made, and i’ve got a real problem with that” might actually work. again, i really really empathize with you on this. we are going through similar struggles and it’s very frustrating. i’ll reiterate my plea to the group: if anyone knows the magic formula to getting one’s spouse on the same financial page, please tell us! scare him to death, before reality and life does it for you. i was studying for a class and must have been thinking about your situation in the back of my mind. lately i’ve been trying to consider each purchase in the terms of how many hours i have to work to earn the money. like my car bought a month ago is equal to what i earned by working 341 hours. compare your husband’s purchases in terms of how many hours he works to pay for them. for example, say he earns $10 per hour. he buys tools worth $1,500. he must work 150 hours or 3.75 weeks (40 hour work week) to pay for them. or say the rent is $1,000 a month. that’s 100 hours or 2.5 weeks. don’t know if this helps you but it’s been helping me when i want to buy things. there’s a book i want to buy that is equal to 2.5 hoursof my pay. it’s the only thing keeping me from buying that  book; thinking how long i’d have to work to earn the money to pay for it. answers some questions. january 28, 2016 cgpadmin has anyone experience with discover card or chase visa where they were successful in working out a plan with the card holder to repay the debt? if so would you please share some of  the steps you took. has anyone used care one credit counseling? american express is really treating us rotten. the minimum payment keeps changing.. i go to pay online and pay more than the min. shown, but then i get a letter stating i have an overdue payment, and then they tell me it was really $50 or more on top of what the minimum shown. i’ve had this problem 2 months in a row. my interest went from 12.99% to 27.99% i just noticed this the other day. i told them 2 months ago i was struggling to make payments and my husband will soon be getting out of his job and doesn’t have a new one yet. i asked for help, and they basically said, “goodluck with that”. now they are treating me like crap by raising my interest. anyway, out of all my credit cards, i want this one taken care of, but i’m thinking of consolidating all. okay so got the hubby to sit and help me put together a budget. but  out of nowhere he went and spent money that was for his tab at work(he didn’t even get the money to work before he spent it.) so apparently i didn’t get the communication that i had desired out of him. he’s been good at taking his lunch but has been supplementing his lunch with bought things that he shouldn’t even eat for his health. so he helped put the budget together but otherwise doesn’t care. any ideas of on how to communicate with him other than scaring him to death with hard truths and fearful numbers of what he did last month?  ie he spent double what we made on absolutely nothing that i can say was worth it. thanks. questionsquestions oprah winfrey and suze orman ebook august 28, 2015january 28, 2016 cgpadmin i thought i may have seen something here about this not too long ago. a few months back, there was a link on oprah winfey’s web site where you could download an ebook of suze ormans. this book took you thru things one month at a  time for, i think, six months to get your finances in order. does anyone here have that link or the ebook in pdf format that they can share share with me. i downloaded the book when i heard about it but, since that time i had a hard drive failure and lost the ebook and a lot of other things too. this book seemed to be more for women but, i would like to read it if i can find it. in the mean time i search for it and see if i can find it myself. http://www.oprah.com/community/thread/44532 this link may help. in need it myself. thats what i was looking for exactly. answersbooks listening to shows like ramsey et al… december 28, 2014january 28, 2016 cgpadmin i feel great when i hear/read/whatever of people getting their debt paid off. but, i also hear/read/whatever their yearly income is over  $60,000.00 and i’m only earning about $15,100.00 this last year and also about $3,000.00 from ssi this last year. i have paid off a lot of my debts ad one of my dad’s debts when he died. i estimate it at an amount of $40,000.00 and some change total, i have $11,780.00 something (including their interest charges and such) left to go. i’m snowballing it now. this month, i had to take my dogs for their boosters and was able to pay it off in cash and not owe the vets’ office!! what a feeling!!!!! i guess all i hope to say here is that if *i* could do it, there’s hope for anybody to do it. despite the fact i do not earn as much as those folks on the radio, i *do* have a paid for house. imo, this helps a lot. bear up folks, i broke the $3,000.00 mark on another one of my debts just today, down from $3,144.00 to $2,953.00… then i have others, but sometimes, breaking those little milestones is a big morale booster. i did go to the market and bought much needed healthy fare for my meals and lunches etc… i have to eat well due to medical needs. i was able to pay cash for the $154.00 food list, for most of the month. all i’ll need to return for is salads, milk, bread and cereal perhaps before march. you are doing well. having a paid for house makes a big difference! in my opinion, if in nobody elses. that is a large chunk of money that goes out every month and not having to pay a mortgage payment is one thing i truly look forward to down the line. i think that’s all that has saved my bacon. my folks knew with my eye damage jobs would be few and far between, so when they paid the house off and made me trustee, then owner, it saved me a lot of grief of rentals, mortgages etc. collectors, listening showsramsey order of importance? august 28, 2013january 28, 2016 cgpadmin is there a general rule of thumb about what debt should be paid off in what order? and where do long-term goals fit in? for example, if you have: debt: credit cards, home loan, auto loan long-term goals: college fund(s), retirement fund, emergency fund assume your credit card interest rate is larger than your mortgage interest rate. and assume you can only put money in one at a time (a tad unrealistic i know, but for the sake of argument let’s assume you don’t have enough to do all at once). how would you order, from “pay off or invest in first” to “pay off last” for me personally, i am doing the following: establish an emergency fund up to $1,000; pay off credit card debt; pay off auto loan; continue to build my emergency fund up to 6 months of living expenses; pay off home loan. uncategorized posts navigation older posts search for: recent posts check your state laws call them up and tell them that you would like to settle need some advice regarding loans bankruptcy laws question looking for insight……. recent commentsarchives august 2016 july 2016 june 2016 may 2016 march 2016 february 2016 january 2016 august 2015 december 2014 august 2013 january 2012 july 2011 june 2011 categories answers bankruptcy collectors laws listening shows payday loans questions uncategorized meta log in entries rss comments rss wordpress.org copyright. all rights reserved. proudly powered by wordpress | theme: wen business by wen themes.


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