Hopefully you can help me. I think I may Have ruined my life and my credit for a long time.I am an older person whose only income is VA and SSD. Somehow I have 110000 worth of vehicles on my credit and only 41000 yearly income. Im being told by a dealership that this is not hurting me but helping me. That I cant qualify with my credit for less expensive vehicles which is what we requested. I was unable to read the documents thoroughly. Just sign. should I be concerned
is there anything I can do about a situation that may potentially put me and my spouse into bankruptcy. Its a little complicated so I need to know if I am in the right place. I need to know where to get the advise I need You probably would want to go to a Bankruptcy attorney if you determine you can not otherwise withstand your debt situation. But let's delve a little bit first.
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I do not know you but you are a good person I can tell and your mother is blessed to have you for a daughter. Right now the only sin I have committed is being a cosigner. I will never do that again. Not even for my husband who is an angel to me. But here is the question.should I allow the truck to be repossessed I will never need credit again.
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