I like the following article. It identifies three areas where consumers refuse to forgive their credit card companies for what they perceive to be toxic business practices. Consumers are resentful toward their creditors due to “gotcha” late payment fees and penalties as well as the constant monthly reminder of the money still owed on items purchased long ago.
So my question to you is this. If you are so upset with them, what’s your plan to get them out of your life by becoming debt free? If your plan doesn’t involve exploring all of your possibilities, I say you have no plan at all. The best way to explore your options would be to discuss your personal debt situation with an experienced attorney that works with individuals facing high credit card debt. Debt settlement may be a good option for you. And I can think of no better way to get over your anger and move on from your credit card debt with the ridiculous interest rates.
Kevin Fallon McCarthy
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