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Financial Help!
I am sinking very fast into a financial nightmare. My credit is shot. I am behind on some payments. I have too many check cashing loans. I have tried to find a consolidation loan, but no luck as yet. Although I have had offers from loans with upfront fees...
Is there any place to help someone like myself. I receive my monthly social security benefits. It is a once a month pay day and a fixed amount. To clear up this financial mess a personal loan of about $20,000.00 would clear up all my debts. This would give me one lower monthly payment, and end this stalemate.
I have tried Prosper, United Lending service, Avant, Lending Club, Amone, One Main Financial, and etc, credit score too low for these places. Help, is greatly appreciated.

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Look up Dave Ramsey. (Financial Peace University)

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This would cost me funds I do not have.

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