Michael Croix–Getting Out From Excessive Credit Card Debt Is Just A Matter Of Time 21.Feb.13

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10 years ago, Michael Croix found himself mired in almost $100,000 of credit card debt. He wasn’t sure what to do. So he let it slide. And a funny thing happened, he was able to settle his entire debt for just $4,000! Time is a debtor’s best friend. The more that goes by, the less money your creditor is willing to settle for. There’s nothing new here, but Michael has put together a system for helping you do the same. Your credit score will temporarily suffer and you won’t have access to new credit for a while, but there’s a price for everything.

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1 comment to Michael Croix–Getting Out From Excessive Credit Card Debt Is Just A Matter Of Time 21.Feb.13

  • Tony

    Michael,
    I am in the same boat. I just stopped paying over 3 years ago. Purchased another car for cash and turned a lease back in. There is only one card that consistently contacts me. Amex. I got some threatening calls early on and people telling me that they had the right to take everything I had. But a strange thing happened when I stood up to them. they offered to settle for .30 on the dollar then stopped calling. Unfortunately, this has made it so I would not rely on Credit Cards. It’s amazing how you can really live within ones means. Sure there are no super luxury items, but we still go on a few vacations per year, eat good food and have a good life. I still dream of a nice sports car, but my Honda Accord does a great job. By the way it is a 93. I am interested in how you got them to settle for 4%. I am sure the debts have been sold many times. How do I find out who owns the debt, so I can do the same.

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