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Menakshi – October 27, 2015:
It sounds like your hnivag a really tough time. So Sorry. Filing for bankrupcy will relieve you from paying for the debt, however it will be detrimental to your future. Depending on what type of industry you are in bankrupcy can affect your hiring status. Some companies do pull your credit report to see how you handle your personal finances and feel if you are responsible with your personal finances, it can mean you are responsible at work. I disagree with this practice, but it does happen. If you file bankrupt it will follow you for 5-7 yrs before you can recover and use your credit again. It doesn’t really fix things, just gets monkey off your back for a while. Just pay what you can even if it’s below the minimum until you ride out the storm and get your next position. Make sure you pay consistenly every month. when all this is over and you begin making minimum payments on time every month you can write a letter on your own behalf to the credit bureu stating that you were hnivag a difficult time due to job loss. This will show up on your report then people can see why you had slow payments. Slow payments eventually go away from your credit. Bankrupcy will follow you much longer.References :
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