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How do I pay off a debt that went to collection if I can't do it all at once?

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What are you trying to juggle??? Seems like you are trying to do multiple thing with your finances and are struggling???? If so look up Dave Ramsey. He has a ton of advise on helping get on track with your financial future. Other than that, just take your time and read up on the posts in the blogs and get a better understanding about how credit works and how to use it for your advantage... Good luck my friend!

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Contact the collection agency and work out a payment plan, or just send them a little bit each month.  Try to get them to agree in writing to delete the account from your report once it is paid off.  Best of luck!

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Starting over again

Is it true that if a collection company excwpts $5 or $10 any amount actually u can start paying a little at a time or what i can affird, as long as they except what i send the first time

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