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how to get a loan to pay all bills in full, ten pay bank back.

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You might look into a 'balance transfer' card that has 0% interest for 12 or more (preferably more) months.  That would be the smartest move and would help you to get things paid in full faster.  Has for me.

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The answer is simple, depending on your credit, you get a bank loan to pay off loans by applying at one.   Personal loans at banks usually have a high interest rate and for a shorter duration.    As stated by jwsister, a credit card with a balance transfer option is the smartest move if you qualify.   Just be forewarned, put the other credit cards away that you just paid off and only use them once every 6 months or so to keep them open and pay them off immediately.   Most people get a bill consolidation loan and/or a zero balance card and them continue to use those other cards which puts you right back into the same position you are today.  Now you owe twice as much.  Don't give into temptation

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