If you're one of many Wisconsin residents who are trying their best to rally to overcome serious financial problems, you may also understand what it's like to encounter creditor harassment. Daily life can be stressful enough on its own without having to deal with relentless phone calls or abusive language from strangers on the other end of the line, as they threaten you or otherwise try to intimidate you simply because you owe someone money.
Are you struggling to meet your debt obligations? Do you have debt collectors hounding you for payment? If you do, you are not alone. Many Wisconsin residents are in your same position.
When it comes to a serious injury or illness, there is no such thing as a small medical bill. People trying to recover their health often find they have been stricken again; by credit agencies that use those medical bills as a reason to cut credit ratings and portray the debtor as a poor financial risk. An Ohio woman whose $6,200 medical debt tanked her credit rating got Congress' attention and began what has become an odyssey to amend the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
In the event that you are denied employment by a private employer because of a bankruptcy you likely will not have rights against that employer.
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Bankruptcy might seem like the end of the road, but the stigma is not nearly as severe as it once was. In the past, it meant that the chances of getting approval on unsecured personal loans applications were practically nil, while even those lending firms who might be willing to take a chance would still be more likely to say no.
The Huffington Post chronicles this incredible story in which a debt collector allegedly called 911 on an 85 year old woman:
Misconceptions About Bankruptcy Could Be Keeping Away Those Who Need Help
Thousands of Milwaukee residents file for bankruptcy each year. A good number believe they can't afford a lawyer but are intimidated by the idea of trying find their way through a legal system they don't understand.
The Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel reported today that
Judges cracking down on paid preparers who pocket fees, overcharge clients, wreck paperwork and have botched bankruptcies! To read the remainder of the article please click here http://www.jsonline.com/watchdog/watchdogreports/bankruptcy-filings-botched-oe333mt-134731393.html