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10 Steps To Take If You’re Sued For A Credit Card Debt

To many people, falling behind on credit card payments means a ruined credit score and an endless string of calls and letters from collectors. If you let those calls and letters go unanswered for long enough, however, the credit card company may decide to file a lawsuit. These lawsuits, usually filed in state and local courts, are increasingly common and

How Trump’s Tax Reform Plan Will Affect Student Loan Borrowers

National Collegiate Student Loan Trust Address

Defeat LVNV Funding Lawsuits With These Magic Words

Don’t Be Fooled by These 6 Lies Told by Student Loan Servicers

Who Is National Collegiate Student Loan Trust?

What the 2016 Democratic Party Platform Says About Student Loans

Here’s When You Shouldn’t File for Bankruptcy to Discharge Your Student Loans

Why You Should Always File Your Tax Returns Before Bankruptcy

The Bible on Debt and The Morality of Bankruptcy

4 Surprising Changes You’ll See After Bankruptcy

Corinthian Found Guilty of Deceiving Students, Paving the Way for Loan Forgiveness