How To Walk Away From Credit Card Debt

Warrior symbolizes the fight against crushing credit card debt. Photo by Aysha Griffin.

Part 2: A Strategic Plan

Please read before proceeding: The Truth About Credit Card Debt — You Can Ditch It Today!

As promised in my first article about ditching credit card debt, this controversial action requires a strategic plan. The following strategies are not legal advice but, rather, based on knowledge of others who have successfully walked away…

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Strategist/Empowerer of passion projects and financial literacy, explorer of inner and outer worlds, devotee of Life and a Standard Poodle.

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Aysha Griffin

Aysha Griffin

Strategist/Empowerer of passion projects and financial literacy, explorer of inner and outer worlds, devotee of Life and a Standard Poodle.

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