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Can credit card companies take my house?! Post by big credit problems girl » Tue Jan 25, 2011 1:30 am HELP! Is it true that credit card companies can take my house away if I stop paying the bills? I am in huge credit card debt and worried about losing my home. ...
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Pruser 21 Comments The most detrimental thing you can do to your credit is file for bankruptcy.  In fact, your credit report will reflect the bankruptcy for at least for the next 7-10 years . ...   Even though you’ve just filed a credit death sentence, with a little hard work and a lot of patience, you can have your credit score back on the mend in no time. ...


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