I’ve come into a quick credit trap – what now?

If you read this article, you are probably already in this trap, but if you are not yet, then it is advisable not to get this situation in response to the question posed in the title. In order not to get a quick credit trap, you must first of all be responsible for yourself and … “I’ve come into a quick credit trap – what now?”

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How to Agree on a Credit Repayment with the Original Lender

When it comes to debt, it has to be understood that it always consists of two parties involved – the creditor who is the source of the loan and the debtor or borrower who is the borrower. If you are a debtor whose credit or credit card account has reached debtors due to default, be … “How to Agree on a Credit Repayment with the Original Lender”

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Changes in student loans.

   What changed? Acceleration and shortening of the application deadline Documents can be submitted from July 15 to October 20. Earlier it was until mid-November. Faster loan payment The contract should be signed no later than December 31, not March 31 of the following year. Opportunity to apply for support also by university candidates In … “Changes in student loans.”

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Real estate: credit in fine is it always a good idea?

Pay only the interest all along the loan and repay the entire capital in one time at maturity, it is possible with the credit in fine. But the banks offer it to confirmed investors. In the vast majority of cases, the borrower of a home loan repays each month a portion of the borrowed capital … “Real estate: credit in fine is it always a good idea?”

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