I have heard it all before.
“If I don’t have a loan, I can’t get my personal loan.”
“My family can’t afford it.
If I don, they’ll go without food or medicine.
I can be evicted.”
“I don’t want to be homeless, I don�t want to pay my mortgage.
If you�re not able to pay your debt, how can you possibly be able to get it paid?”
These are just a few of the responses that I have received in the past few months.
Many people were not able or unwilling to pay the full amount of their personal loans on time.
They have also not been able to collect on their personal installment loans.
This was particularly true in areas of Tucson that are often struggling financially due to population growth, the high cost of living, and the economic uncertainty of the global economy.
I am not a debt collector.
I am not going to tell you how to get paid.
I will give you some tips on how to pay it off.
I have personally been to more than 300 personal loan programs.
I know what you need to do, what you can�t pay and what you are really missing out on.
I will explain how you can pay your personal installment loan, personal installment credit card, personal loan with interest, and personal loan from a credit union.
I�ll also give you tips on what you should do if you can’t pay.
I want to make sure you get the information you need before you start collecting.
I want to get this out to you.
Please take a moment to read this article and then answer these questions:I want a loan to pay off my personal installment debt.
What do I need to know?
When you apply for a personal installment mortgage, you will be asked to provide your income, date of birth, Social Security number, and a short description of what you�ve done to pay for your loan.
You will also be asked whether you are currently in default on your personal loans or if you have a recent default.
If you do not have enough money on your credit card to cover your personal credit card debt, you can use your personal payment card to pay that debt.
If your credit rating is not good enough to pay any personal installment debts, you may be able, through an installment plan, to pay up to 15 percent of your personal interest rate on your installment loans (if your credit is good enough) or a percentage of your payment due.
If credit is bad enough, you are not eligible for a payment plan.
If your credit score is poor enough to not qualify for a repayment plan, you have the option of paying down the remaining balance on your loan by either:1.
paying the balance in full;2.
making monthly payments to a personal payment account (if you have an auto loan);3.
applying for a consolidation loan or forbearance.
If the loan is not in default, you do NOT have the right to request a consolidation.
If there is not enough money to pay all of your installment debt, then you can apply for an installment loan modification.
If it is a modification, you should be able pay off a part of your balance, or some portion, using the full payment from the credit union account you selected.
If this is not possible, you�ll have to ask your credit union for another installment loan.
If a payment option is available, you must request it.
In Tucson, a typical payment plan is based on a payment limit of $1,200 per month for personal and $2,000 per month to your personal personal loan.
In Tucson, personal payments are usually $2.50 per month and personal installment payments are $5.00 per month.
The amount you must pay in the first month of your loan is capped at $1.00.
If there is a payment on the balance by the first of the month, the balance will be considered paid and you will not have to pay additional interest.
If the payment plan you selected is no longer available, then a consolidation payment will be made to your credit agreement.
If payment is made by consolidation, the credit agreement is not canceled and you can proceed with the next installment plan.
I hope this helps you in getting paid.
If I�m not able, how do I get the money I owe on my personal credit cards?
You should not be surprised if you do have credit card balances on your cards that you do no longer owe.
Most of the time, the debt is the result of bad credit, and you should try to make the payments you should make on your loans, or ask for payment plans.
However, you also may owe money on loans that you may not have made, and this can cause problems for you.
The sooner you can resolve the situation, the better.
If this does not resolve your debt and you�m still unable to pay, the first thing you need is to talk to a credit counselor