I’m in Chapter 13 bankruptcy now. Have borrowed a payday loan in December. Now, I can't pay it off . I was using it to make monthly payment in Chapter 13 bankruptcy. I can't make Chapter 13 payments too. What to do.
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Sub: #1 posted on Fri, 06/19/2020 - 02:32David Martin
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You are saying that you are in Chapter 13 bankruptcy now! But let me tell you, to qualify for Chapter 13, you will have to show the bankruptcy court that you are having enough income after deducting certain allowed expenses and necessary payments on secured debts (such as a car loan or mortgage) to make bankruptcy payments! So, I believe that you have shown it!
Suddenly, if you are going through a financial crunch, I would suggest you consult financial advisors who are experts in bankruptcy. For your debt help, immediately call 800-DEBT-913 and seek assistance!
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