Life happens. And while breaking a lease is generally a big no-no, sometimes thereâs no way around it. Here are the most common situations.
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Millions of Americans, especially low-income tenants, are accumulating debt amid the COVID-19 pandemic, threatening to create a downward financial spiral.
Dealing with an outstanding collection can be nerve wracking, especially when you're trying to do the right thing and make every effort to pay your debt.
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If youâve fallen behind on your bills and are dealing with debt, donât be surprised if you start hearing from debt collectors. Those collectors have a jobâto get as much money out of you as they can. So, they’re probably not going share things that might make it easier for you to fight back or... Read More
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Whether you haveÂ medical debt,Â credit card debt or unpaidÂ student loans, getting calls or letters fromÂ debt collection companiesÂ can be frustrating. But it’s especially frustrating if your debt is several years old. If you have debt on your credit reports or are getting calls from aÂ collection agency, you might wonder how long a debtor can try to collect... Read More
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For many people, a call from a debt collector about a past due or delinquent account with no prior communication may signal that they’re dealing with a debt collection scammer. If you haven’t received any of the letters they say they sentâor didn’t know the debt existed in the first placeâyou might assume it’s not correct information. But another... Read More
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