I was married for almost 19 years. I want to work so bad so I can get my fiances taken care of. No one will help me to get a loan to pay one lump sum and make payment plan in my budget. I lost my job in December and bills are piling up. I will not do bankrupts at all. I do get pension plan, but I used it for car payment and insurance, I only get 433.58/mo. I am staying with a friend, since I can not afford to be on my own yet, but I do tried to get odd jobs every now and then to survive, especially we are in a recession. Would anyone would take consideration to help me to start off fresh again? I was ill for over a year and half and I am healthy and well and strong minded too. My personality is I like to communicate with people and children and help them in anyway I can to help them to grow in life and keep their spirits up. I hope someone out there will be serious and will help me and will work with me. I don't want to play games or have to pay for something and get scammed. Please contact me at email@example.com
I got nothing, no money or stocks, etc from ex, he had hide everything, and I did not have the money to hire a lawyer for investigation. He is out of the country right now.
First thing is first, you need to find a job that offers fast advancement. I know this sounds weird, but have you tried applying for a job at Target? They give individuals with bad credit history an opportunity to start over and move up quickly. Not to mention, they may be willing to front a couple month's salary so you can pay off your debt in one lump sum.
iam also looking for help to pay my rent so as i want be out on the streets iam going through breast cancer treatments right now and iam unable to work and its very hard can someone please help me.
You should be goingto family or friends not strangers on the internet. You sound lazy and want a free handout. Go to social services for help so you can get food stamps to feed your kids. Claim bankrupcy, I had to, sometimes you have to worry about your family first, instead of what people thinks. It will give you a fresh start.
I.I don't thnk you are lazy or free loading but if the people in the banking business and your family and friends can't or want help you certainly can't expect total strangers on the internet to take you seriously. This is a dangerous game you're playing. Anyone could say they would help you, then meet you and kill you
I dont thing there is anyone to help, simply because i am going through rough times, lost 4 of my investment properties, about to loose the home i live in, havent paid the 2008 taxes, behind 3 mos in mortgage payments, the youngest child dropped out of college because i could not pay tuition and board. My car is about to be repossesd.I wish only if there is someone to help, i would like to borrow 100,000 dollars without a killer interest to pay off all my bills and live in peace, it would be so much easier to make one payment with a decent interest rate. The cc have all raised their interest rates - that if I make a $300.00 min. payment - $280.00 is interest on a 10,000 dollar cc debt. I will never be able to pay off anything. I do work, but make enough to pay utilities, work related exp. food and cc payments which is not going anywhere, cc companies are not willing to work with me, they would rather not get anything than to lower the int. rates. Just like they would not work to reduce the mortgage interest rate, but will turn around and sell the home for half price to the next person (possibly an invester). I feel like no one cares and the companies have these people sitting there talking with no feelings and no compasion.
IF THERE IS SOMEONE WHO CAN HELP ME, I AM NOT LOOKING FOR FREE MONEY, I NEED A LOAN AND I WILL MAKE PAYMENTS. I WOULD LOVE T SAVE MY HOME.
I WORK 12 HOURS A DAY TO PAY INTERESTS TO THESE CC COMPANIES TO KEEP MY HEAD ABOVE WATER. MY CONTACT IS TIQBAL@USA.COM
You are a perfect candidate for bankruptcy. I would not tell many people to do so, but in your case, its a viable solution.
With your income, and lack of a job at this moment, no bank would approve you for a loan to pay off your debts.
Try to find a credit counselor in your area. Given that you are out of work and going through a divorce, you may be eligible to receive their services for free.
I understand your hesitancy about declaring bankruptcy. But bankruptcy doesn't have the shame or stigma that it once had. People often own homes, are extended credit and can even purchase cars and other items after bankruptcy.
Look at this as you starting over, not running from your debts.
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