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Thursday, February 26, 2009



It is only a matter of time before the debt collectors will be harassing you on Facebook!

Jaden J

I agree with this. Thanks for the info. However, I have information about debt settlement letter and debt settlement companies, visit

Debt Settlement

But, the more you charge, the longer it will take you to pay off your debt completely. If you want to become debt free, you have to stop taking on new debt


My complaint was probably one of them. I made a complaint to the BBB about an unnamed company over a bill of about $152. I was going to pay it cause I didnt owe it. They turned me into a debt collection agency and to make a long story short, the company ended up cutting me a check for $64 was it was finally settled. The money was a balance on my account that was owed to me for over payments. Go figure.

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