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“Usually I don’t pay attention to those types of letters. I’ll toss them out thinking it’s a scam, especially now you never know. I told my husband that I got a letter in the mail saying there was an organization that had helped pay my debt. He suggested I call or email to see if it’s legitimate. I reached out to say thank you. If this is legit I really appreciate it! You emailed me back and I told my husband. We were surprised! It’s one thing less we have to take care of. We got so excited because usually no one is willing to offer this kind of help. For two years we’ve been trying to fix my credit so we can buy a house. Thank you!! It is such a blessing to say there are some people out in the world that help others! I’m literally speechless!”


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