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Do you want any special financial gift from Santa on this Christmas?

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Santa will be coming with a bag full of gifts on Christmas. Do you want any special financial gift from Santa on this Christmas?

My financial gift would be for the Trustee to finally approved my chapter 13 and payback plan for my court date of Dec 22nd. I've been rejected since August and my modification date is 12/22/11. He rejected again because of some paperwork and I'm paying back 100 pc of my debt. It's so frustrating ...
that would be my gift from Santa for him to get off that high horse of his and realize what the heck he is doing to an average joe.

Sub: #1 posted on Fri, 12/02/2011 - 09:10

mrsgi mrsgi

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I would love to have enough money to buy my (remaining) family at least a gift card for Christmas. I've lost a nephew, a sister (and best friend), a brother in law, both (ex) in-laws, and got divorced in the past 3 years.
I just started a new job and had to take out 2 payday loans (300 each), am paying them back, working alot, (including Christmas day), just trying to make it.
I really just want to send them gift cards so they can maybe go out to eat, they are both on fixed incomes..

Sub: #2 posted on Sat, 12/03/2011 - 09:27

shari_baby_rocks shari_baby_rocks

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Yes I do want a special gift. I would like to receive a big settlement in regards to my elbow injury. I have had surgery twice because of this injury and have had pain for a year because of it. This injury happened 9 days before Christmas last year and I had casts on both arms so I am hoping this year will be better! At the moment my left arm is in a cast because of the last surgery but I will be seeing the surgeon on the 20th so praying I will have 2 working, cast free arms for Christmas!

Sub: #3 posted on Sat, 12/03/2011 - 17:54

dvbtsen dvbtsen

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Yes I would. Whats after High School? College? NO. If I could get anything from Santa it would be to be Debt-Free from a pay-day loan I took out right before I lost my job and havent been able to find another one after living on nothing or with anyone, not even family, for support,for years now. Im 19 and have no solution to solve this with our economic standpoint. I've given all that I can to find a job, mow lawns if I cant find one, and it's never enough to eat, live, and pay the rest of the world off. Like I said, im 19, and sick of this scary, interrogating bill collector, whom which I envy that have job and only wish I could sit on my rump and terroize people all day. So I dont want a material thing, I just want my Freedom back and to start of fresh.

Sub: #4 posted on Mon, 12/05/2011 - 16:26

Kylahlahlah Kylahlahlah

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I am disabled due to a stroke at 41 (now 51) I have no family,husband or children. I love and believe in God though we do still get lonely. I would love if Santa would bring new a special gift so that I may afford the electrical stimulation braces i need for my legs to walk better. Thank you........

Sub: #5 posted on Tue, 12/06/2011 - 09:37

spryte spryte

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yes i would to recieve a gift from santa on this would mean a lot to me im so stressed out with these bill and their ruining my credit .i need help paying off my medical bills ,wanting to start over feel free from my financial debt .
i can save a lot of money and also improve my credit

Sub: #6 posted on Tue, 12/06/2011 - 13:35

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I would like Santa to bring me a homebased writing job or part-time job outside of the home that pays enough for me to pay off all of my credit card debts, pay my back rent that's due, get my car repaired and give me a fresh, new debt-free start in 2012. I also want to be able to start saving money again so I can again experience that wonderful feeling of being financially stable.

Sub: #7 posted on Tue, 12/06/2011 - 19:52

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Yes I wish for a secret Santa to help me pay off some bills and get a fresh start for the new year. 3 kids in college have truly put me in a major financial strain as a single parent. Can someone say eating soup. I am wishing for a kind financially stable person to bless me with a little bit of financial rewards to bring in the Christmas season with less stress worrying about surviving this trying time of trying to ensure a fair start for my 3 college students.
S. Gray

Sub: #8 posted on Tue, 12/06/2011 - 22:20

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Hate to be clich??, but I want my two front teeth! A few years back I was hit by a drunk driver...uninsured, no drivers license and in the country illegally. I was hit as he came out of a liquor store parking lot where he had just purchased more booze. Broken leg, fractured ribs, lacerated spleen and a steering wheel in the mouth. The driver was deported in lieu of trial. Between my insurance and the settlement received from the liquor store (they were held partially liable) my car was repaired and my hospital bills paid off. My teeth were badly damaged and restorative work was done including a bridge. Well the bridge never fit well despite many remakes and as time has gone on, most of the teeth have broken where the repairs were done. One front tooth is capped...the other it basically held together by the veneer and I have no clue how long it is going to last. My goal is to get upper dentures next year and I am still trying to figure out how to pay for it. Right now I have no dental insurance and I live in fear of it breaking. I am now a single mom trying to make a good life for my daughter. I work with the public and I hate smiling! I am very much dependent on my communication skills and talking without a front tooth could end up being nightmare.

My daughter and I live on a tight budget. Grandparents and her dad are taking care of her for christmas. We live in a very wealthy community and we get a gift basket from her school at christmas time which includes christmas dinner and usually a Walmart or Target gift card for $25. We scrape by with what I earn right now. Since I am considered part time, I have no insurance and no sick time. I cannot afford time off to deal with abcessed teeth and pain, so often I go to work downing advil every 3 hours. I it rough and I long to be able to smile again and to be proud of that smile!!

Sub: #9 posted on Thu, 12/08/2011 - 22:33

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If it would be possible for Santa to bring me a few million dollars, I would of course except that. Being more realistic however, I would simply want to remain on the road I am currently on which is heading towards a mostly debt free life. It has been my experience that good money management, living within my means and saving whenever possible is much more valuable than receiving a few hundred dollars. A monetary gift will always run out but a good financial plan is the gift that can last a lifetime.

Sub: #10 posted on Mon, 12/12/2011 - 13:19

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