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Can I get a loan for 10,000.00 with a 498 sore
So I can pay off my bills

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Really?     

Get a Job,  Get a 2nd Job,  Get a 3rd Job,   Sell Something, Sell alot of things,  Cut your Bills down,  cut back ,  Eat Beans and Rice

There is no way anyone will loan you money with a Credit Score that Low. 

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Not unless you have some collateral.  

Might I suggest you make up a budget and google Dave Ramsey's method for paying off debt? Take on an extra job or work to get this paid off. You might also contact your creditors and tell them of your hardship. They might reduce your interest rates. Google paying off debt. Also cut your expenses. Turn your thermostat up when you're at work, make all meals at home, plan your car trips so you're not wasting fuel.

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You've also been a member of this site since 2014. Plenty of time for you to have read other questions and answers, and taken time to read the informative articles here. 

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