i was given papers from discover lawyers that i was over due and hadnot paid in awhile .i wrote themand told them i was forcedto go on disabilty and could only pay 30 dollars a month. but they served me anyways . i asked them in the beginning to please lower my intrest rate because i couldn't keep up with it ,that never happened. i own nothing i can even sell to get money i only get a little over 1000 a month and after mortage and a cor payment i don't have very much. what should i do .
my wife and i have a mortgage on a house ,we rent it to pay the mortgage, the house we live in only my wife's . my truck has both of our names on it and i pay that from my social security i also pay the mortgage on the house we rent out with my social security. i only get 1100 dollars a month ,i own
nothing my self and have not got my name on anything alone
i don't my wife uses it to pay taxes on it we just break even
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