Common Pitfalls of Debt Consolidation and How to Avoid Them

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12 thoughts on “Common Pitfalls of Debt Consolidation and How to Avoid Them”

  1. We don’t even have credit cards and the only debt we have is our mortgaeg and a car payment. I try to have as little as possible.

  2. This is such an important subject. Debt consolidation can be useful when it’s legit. It can also be a great scam.

  3. Debt consolidation is something that can help so many people. Unfortunately, it’s also become full of pitfalls for the unwary. Thanks for sharing this info.

  4. I tell my adult children that the best financial decision they will make will be to NOT go into debt.

    Does just closing a credit card account affect your credit score?

  5. I have a few friends who have benefited from a debt consolidation process. it helps rebuild financial lives and relieve stress.

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