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Ex husband abandoned me and left me to pay all the debt--plus stole my creditcard on an account with a zero balance and ran up 20,000 on it and I got stuck paying that also.  I file chapter 13 bankruptcy to protect myself.   Chapter 13 does not allow the debt to be forgiven, I have paid it off faithfully for almost 3 years now, and every cent is paid for now.   My only debt is a car payment.   I always had excellent credit prior to my ex doing this to me ---but I am the one who suffered the loss of good credit history and got stuck paying the whole thing because I made too much money according to the courts to have the debt forgiven.   i feel any potential creditor should consider the entire circumstances behind my bankruptcy and not classify me as a poor credit loser when I have always paid my debt, and I paid this one too---and i did not make the debt but had a sleasy ex husband who took me to the cleaners and the courts let him get away with it!    Kathleen O. Brewer

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