YOU OWE MONEY?
allows millions of consumers and companies the ability to purchase
and benefit from
products and services they otherwise couldn't afford.
good payment habits is not only morally correct, but insures
the ability to continue to purchase on credit.
circumstances such as loss of income or illness can impact the
ability to pay obligations on time. When this happens
it's important to work out your obligations with the businesses
you owe money to; or their collection agent. The last thing you
should do is ignore your obligations!
you cannot meet your obligations to the satisfaction of your
creditors, contact your
local Consumer Credit Counseling Service (affilated with the
National Foundation for Credit Counseling, NFCC). This national
organization can help you set up a budget that will work. Consumer
is 800-388-2227. You can also visit their website at http://www.nfcc.org
The important thing is to take positive steps to solve your debts!