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Is there anyone that can help me with bills?
been trying everywhere to try to get a lone to pay off debt. I've signed up for lexington Law and have started disputing negative inquiries on credit. now i don't have enough money to pay for the service which results in freezing of account while i go through the roller coaster ride of bills plying up. Who can help me resolve this?

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You are the one to resolve this. Put your bills together and priortize them, the important ones in one stack and the lesser important in another stack. You might contact the companies and see if there is anything that they can do to help you keep your accounts current. Set a good budget for yourself, don't waste money on credit repair companies, buckle down and do some reading and learn how to do credit repair yourself. Get extra hours at work or find a second job. Sell things that you don't need. Downgrade where you can, ex. less expensive phone plan, less expensive tv plan, less expensive car, etc. Wherever you can find to cut costs, cut them.

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