An unexpected ring on my doorbell awoke me early one Sunday morning and I stumbled bleary-eyed to my front door and was greeted by a tall, strapping, sunglasses-wearing sheriff with an incongruously chipper expression clutching a sheath of papers. Nathan Rabin. My psyche had a bifurcated response to this unexpected and unwanted visitor, this uniformed portent of doom. The logical, rational part of my brain processed the morning events as unfortunate but not entirely unexpected development. I had stopped paying my credit card bills. My credit card company sued me.
It’s Time to Stop Paying Your Debts. Yes. You Absolutely Read That Right.
What the fuck has Obama done so far?
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Nobody’s Default But My Own: What Happened When I Decided to Stop Paying My Credit Card Debt
I have a complicated and fraught relationship with money, to put it mildly. As I recounted in an essay that appeared on both the Mental Illness Happy Hour blog and Gawker, at one point I found myself in around thirty six thousand dollars in credit card debt. Looking back, that seems like a preposterously high number. How the fuck does a guy rack up that level of debt?
Utility Menu. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 25 of Join Date Nov Location with your mother Posts Stating that my credit card rate was being raised from 9. So i call and was told due to the economic crisis they had to raise my rate.