I have been unemployed for 3 months, I just got a part-time job working 10 hours a week, it hardly pays for my gas getting there. And, after my 32 year old horse feed runs out in 2 weeks, I am going to have to put him down. I just depleted my savings, and can not afford to file bandruptcy. I owe $6,600 in credit cards. I plan to stop paying this month, and move out of the country. Can they take my home, and what are the other consequences that my actions would incur? I would like to work other means out, I do owe them, but they want me to go to a Credit Counselor, and I am only making $70.00 a weekThank you. I feel my only options are, is leaving the country, which I have a friend on a sailboat that has offered me a cabin. But, again, I may have to return, and don't know what I will be returning to.
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