Posts Tagged ‘consequences of foreclosure’

NY Times Article on Bill Collectors

March 21, 2008

Dear Editor, I feel that it is good to have jobs in a hard hit region like Buffalo, N.Y., but not at the expense of people who have gotten into debt because of foreclosure, mortgage fraud, predatory lending and/or job losses. If people are always coming up with new ways to make money, why not have people not have debt? I know that in that case they could not try to collect from them, but it would be better all around. Debts that you cannot pay or are hounded and harrassed for can give you ulcers and make your life miserable in other ways. No one wants to be called by a debt collector. Nobody in their right mind enjoys not having money to pay their bills. Eugenia Renskoff


Instead of Debt Collectors

March 21, 2008

March 21, 2008: I have just an article in The New York Times titled Collection Agencies Add Scarce Jobs in Hard Hit Region.
Instead of debt collectors and collection agencies giving bonuses and other prizes to those who get the most out of people in debt, why not make it easier for people to not have debt? I know that it’s all about money, but in my experience debt collectors have crossed the line. And if a person has no money to pay, why keep trying to make them? Why keep trying to have them write checks they can’t afford to write? Even if they wanted, debt collectors cannot have compassion because then they’ve have no jobs.


March 18, 2008

Tuesday, March 18, 2008: It’s money, money, money! Can someone please tell me how I am supposed to give to others when I don’t have for myself? Those others include creditors with expiring Statutes of Limitations, creditors coming after me when I am at the most vulnerable point in my life.


February 19, 2008

February 19, 2008; Looks like I will not be sued by Bank of America. I have received a letter from their lawyer informing me that they want to nonsuit.