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plaulvavoselt : I see several places saying, we buy gold...pawn shops, jewelry stores, antique stores, who will pay the most for the used ring?

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NeSkise : what web site check your credit score without pay or needing credit card info?
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Dumpsypsurf : if i walk away from credit cards debts. if i walk away from credit cards debts
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cahplaixchora : they all sue you. i don't suggest you try it. it's not as fun as it sounds.
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Glarrododserm : DON'T DO IT. ... It will just make everything worse. Cut those cards up & toss out the pieces. Concentrate on paying them down. Otherwise, you will just end up in court & the only person who wins is the lawyer. The key is paying down the debt, one step at a time. You can do this.
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Vordsmody : The credit card companies will charge off the debt in about 3 to 6 months and the account will be turned to collections. Your credit will be trashed. You will be hounded by collectors.

It is also very likely that you will be sued. Many credit cards and the collection agencies that buy up defaulted credit card debt are more likely to sue these days. Some cards have in-house collection dept and are very aggressive. It is almost guaranteed the CapOne will sue, even for small balances. Likewise, Chase, Citi, BoA are likely to sue.

If sued, you end up with a judgment which further damages your credit. The judgment can be used to garnish wages, attach bank accounts, and lien person property. Judgments are good for a long time and can be renewed.
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oridomEnrow : I'm writing letters to the credit bureaus for my adverse accounts. Should I try to get my closed accounts erased as well? These closed accounts are credit cards that have always been paid off and never been late. They were closed by the creditor because I had a foreclosure in the past.

Should I try to get both the adverse and the never late yet closed accounts off my credit report. How will this affect my credit report?

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isonexybion : You are aware that ACCURATE info doesn't get removed right?? Wiring a letter to remove accurate adverse postings on your credit report is a waste of time and effort. You can't just wipe away the stuff that you don't want to be there. If you could do that, don't you think that would make your credit history fairly worthless???
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guarrisleliog : It comes off automatically 7 1/2 years. There is no way getting around it.
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Jaramaree : I am just wondering how the hell they are pulling this off when you have to enter a birthdate!!! I have great credit and a wonderful job so my children need for nothing but I am doing a paper for school and I am supposed to be objective to both sides so any input is appreciated. I just dont get how they get past that part! Thanks in advance for the help!
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