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eddiethomas
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I was told i owed about 27K, there were a few years i didn't file and they filed for me. Because of fear and laziness I could have actually been receiving refunds. Anyway i eventually contacted them and we worked out where i refiled the years and it's taken about a year but I've gotten the debt down to $2500 on my own without hiring lawyers.
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Good for you!! Shows what tackling your problems head on can accomplish. Keep on keepin' on ... Very Happy

~Tim~
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Originally posted by eddiethomas
I was told i owed about 27K, there were a few years i didn't file and they filed for me. Because of fear and laziness I could have actually been receiving refunds. Anyway i eventually contacted them and we worked out where i refiled the years and it's taken about a year but I've gotten the debt down to $2500 on my own without hiring lawyers.


Way To Go....That is a nice success story.
Post Fri Sep 20, 2013 9:51 pm
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Originally posted by eddiethomas
I was told i owed about 27K, there were a few years i didn't file and they filed for me. Because of fear and laziness I could have actually been receiving refunds. Anyway i eventually contacted them and we worked out where i refiled the years and it's taken about a year but I've gotten the debt down to $2500 on my own without hiring lawyers.


27k to $2500, thats very good progress in a years time. This does show that you are determined enough to deal with your debts.
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