If you’re like the millions of Americans who face staggering credit card debt, you may be wondering how you can get yours under control.
Any kind of delinquency on your account can put negative marks on your credit report. Simply making a payment to bring your account current does not erase the fact that your account was delinquent and reported to credit reported agencies.
As America tries to get back to a new normal, many people are struggling with higher debt and less money to pay it with. So, what can you do when credit card debt becomes overwhelming?
Engaging an attorney in a credit card lawsuit may improve your chances at a settlement agreement that keeps you out of court and without a judgment on your record.
Paying off your credit card debt is a great start to improving your financial health in 2021, but how can you do it? Here are a few payment strategies and tips to help you become debt-free in 2021.
Each case will look different and you should always consult an attorney to guide you, but to give you an idea of the defenses that might be available, here are the seven top defenses to a credit card lawsuit.
In preparing for retirement, money is saved to cover future living expenses, healthcare costs, and other regular expenses to allow older Americans to maintain their standard of living without relying on employment income.
If you have fallen behind on your credit card payments or other debts, you may be starting to sweat. Can my creditors sue me? What happens if I have to go to court? Is there anything I can do to settle before facing a judge? If your balance has already been sent to a third-party…
If you need cash, one of the quickest ways to get funds in your hands is by applying for a shiny, new credit card. But what if your credit card application is denied? Here, we discuss the steps you should take after a credit card application denial if you want to secure credit in the…
If you carry unpaid credit card debt, you might be used to ignoring calls from creditors, pulling the wool over your eyes, and simply hoping they will eventually disappear. And unfortunately, when the calls do stop coming, it’s not necessarily good news: in many cases, it is likely because the creditors have sued you to…