yes i'm sorry, chapter 13 and payments to trustee. i'm hoping since the loan sold
from chase to another company i might get them to work with me with a modication.
chase screwed me around so bad for 16 months. starting a modification, then it goes from one rep to another. assuring me i was qualified. then paperwork lost TWICE,
told to wait. then when it was found. was put through three suppoded tries to modify with different plans out there and for some reason now all three rejected. nobody can tell me why and meantime was also told not to make payments. and i had the name of the gal
and her number and she suddently doesn't work there anymore! but yet these calls
are suppose to be recorded.... you'd think if chase hadn't had me messed up after 16 months obviously a person would have lost their house by then. so that should be a good indication something wasn't right. but nonetheless after getting so far behind they wouldn't work with me. and threatened foreclosure so i filed. then all of a sudden after
i file i get paperwork they sold me to another company.. the trustee left me with 419 dollars biweekly to live on. 5 years of this scares me to death. i can't pay bills with this. they take 550 every two weeks!
if i have not been confirmed yet do i have to pay any fees that i would owe to
you are saying it will take anywhere from 1-3 months to get dismissed?
how quickly will creditors be calling me? i was hoping i could take care of alot
of the bills now that i've been having this money put back and having them off my
back a few months i can now afford to deal with alot of it. only problem is the
house and if i can't get the new company to deal, i guess ill loose it. i just know
i can't live on 800 a month for the next five years. and to boot my sons support
stops in march.
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