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Protect Your Rights Under Bankruptcy Law

The Equal Credit Opportunity Act guarantees the equal treatment of credit card users throughout the purposes of the law. If this Act were read without qualification it would give rise to an extremely simple task:

1) Pay off a specified amount of debt

2) Defer any transfer of assets (if the transfers are non-revolving) to another debt at the interest rate of at least 26% of the outstanding balance

3) Dispute all charges (if there is any) until the statute of limitations for such a matter is pasted on the matter

While virtually all creditors are required by the Equal Credit Opportunity Act to comply with the letter of the law, in some cases these debtors have the option of waiving their agreed rates, providing they also pay the agreed balance, or otherwise waiving the transfer (but this does not guarantee the transfer will not be made).

There may even be exceptions in place to the general exceptions to the federal law applicable to credit card transfers. The exceptions state the following:

1) If the credit card company reasonably believes that it can increase the debt load for both the convenience of the transfer and the interest rates charged on the transfer itself, the credit card company may not refuse the transfer unless the credit card company establishes, in writing, that the amount in question is sufficient to enable that purpose.

2) If, however, the credit card company simply declines to accept the transfer, the credit card company’s obligation is null and void.

It is against this kind of situation that a prudent debtor or a debtor who is in a difficult financial situation, needs several options:

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Sounds like just a dilemma that you have
If you are just starting out in debt and are on the verge of declaring bankruptcy, you could seek debt consolidation to help resolve or even postpone the bankruptcy filing process. However, the best advice is to take the time to determine which options best for you, and choose wisely.

The Bottom Line
Although it sounds simple, bankruptcy also means ‘You’ve got to pay for it’.

Debt consolidation deals combine debt and payments with debtors promises of tax breaks.

Debt Counseling (ABC, FTC)

If you have bad credit or are having a difficult time getting yourself out of debt, there are ways you can turn credit problems down by getting an adverse opinion from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to help free yourself from that debt trap.

If you have poor credit or is having a difficult time getting yourself out of debt, some companies and groups will be able to negotiate better terms with the three creditors for better payments and lower debts. But if that has worked for you–and it will for you more often than not–you will have to begin paying big monthly payments on Schedule I loans that are not income-producing. Schedule II loans are income-producing. And Schedule IV loans cannot be paid off at all. So when they remove those three groups of creditors, there are creditors who can negotiate better terms with the three consumer credit groups.

Those who are having trouble making ends meet or making ends repay are not the only ones who need help, and if anyone does not understand how to file a complaint properly, they are going to be flat-footed. So follow these steps to see where it is that you stand:

1. Pay off your credit cards. Find out how to do it. You don’t have to be a debt collector if there are not many creditors with the same priorities.

2. Find a non-profit credit counseling organization that will help you find it.