Sexually Transmitted Debt

23 Mar Sexually Transmitted Debt

I was in a relationship with a guy and decided to loan him money for his business that was struggling. For two years he tried to keep the business afloat but unfortunately it failed.

Relationship Breakdown

Due to the financial and other pressures ultimately our relationship broke down and when we parted I was left with so many payments in arrears.  I struggled to make the mortgage payments on my own.

Working Extra Shifts

I worked extra shifts at work and tried really hard to earn more to meet the growing payments that were all starting to get further into arrears.  This made me tired and cranky, something that I can’t keep doing forever.  My health was starting to go down hill due to stress and being tired all of the time.

Debt Agreement – One Payment 

I finally found out about a Debt Agreement and the process through Active Debt and now I have to find one monthly payment.   They explained the process to me and I was so amazed at their knowledge.  They have been doing this for a long time and I just am so thankful that now I do not do as many shifts now but I know exactly how much I have to pay over the next two years and then I will clear of this problem and only have my mortgage.

 

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