Big Decision/bankruptcy

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      you’re right. but some people don’t think of the consequences of their scams…

      — On Wed, 7/2/08, angies_groups wrote:

      From: angies_groups
      Subject: RE: : Re:Big Decision/bankruptcy
      Date: Wednesday, July 2, 2008, 8:20 am


      I doubt your lawyer would want you to tell people about that because he has counseled you to commit credit card fraud. I don¢t recommend that anyone do anything like that just prior to filing. I¢m not sure why you think that ripping off the credit card companies (buying things you know you are never going to pay for) is okay.

      This is part of the reason that fees are so high. And is that really the lessons we want our children to learn?

      From: Budget101_@yahoogro [mailto: Budget101_@yahoogro ] On Behalf Of purplebunnyfoofoo
      Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2008 2:20 PM
      To: Budget101_@yahoogro
      Subject: : Re:Big Decision/bankruptcy

      I did ‘it’ over 10 years ago and my attorneys first bit of advice was take the credit cards and finishing maxing them out with groceries, lots of dry goods, paper products, can goods ect…..then toiletries, and finally clothes. We did and some items lasted a year.

      *~*Teresa Lavey*~*

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