About five years ago, My old, hand me down car from my aunt broke down. I was on my way back from school when all of a sudden the engine died. I was stuck on a busy intersection and causing a traffic jam. This wasn't the only time that happened with that car. I spent god knows how much on repairs. That latest incident was the last straw. I got fed up! So I traded in that old piece of junk for a new one. I obviously wasn't thinking that I only had a part time job because I was also going to school. I didn't really think it through. I had bills to pay. I had the cars insurance that I wasn't really thinking about when I got the car. I just acted on the fact that I was frustrated with driving such an unreliable car. A car that keeps on getting me trouble and getting me embarrassed.

I obviously bit more than I could chew. I couldn't do anything but deal with the payments. Maybe sometimes that what happens when you're fed up. You don't really think about the entire situation. If I had talked to someone about getting a car before I got one, I would have probably bought a used certified car that is still in great shape and would surely cost a lot less than buying a brand new one. If I had known about Debt consolidation, I would have had some help about the financial hole that dug. It would have gotten me some Debt relief or Debt help. If I had known about Bills IQ, My life, at that time would have been a lot easier. So don't make the same mistake I did. Go visit Bills IQ. They can assist you and help you understand overall financial health..and also help you improve your financial score.


To date, that was the worst financial nightmare I could get myself into. Who knows I could get myself in more trouble in the future. Hopefully not because I have sure learned my lesson. I'm done with the car payments now. Thank God! but now I'm thinking, I want to buy a private plane....doink!

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July 20, 2008 at 1:55 PM  

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July 22, 2008 at 9:06 AM  

Debt free living may seem obvious to some, but to many others, they are hard to live by. Hopefully those who are trying could remain out of debt. Thanks for the info!

July 22, 2008 at 9:07 AM  

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