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At that rate, the debt will be paid in a little over two years.I think that we are working as hard as we possibly can to get out of debt, but this company, unlike the other 14 creditors on our debt management plan, refuses to accept payments, keeps the size of the debt going up and plans on taking the next step of suing us.Thing is, we beg food from the church every month now and there is nothing for them to get from suing us. I came to this website seeking information via google on Credit One.No judge on the planet will force us to beg more food from the church every month and that is what these people think they are going to get one to do. Relax Deborah, they won't be anywhere near suing you until you actually start hearing from a collection agency or attorney doing physical business in your own home state. I received an offer in the mail and wanted to make sure the bank is not some type of scam, so I am grateful for there being a communication board.We are sorry that we got into debt, but we are like a lot of people who did that.We don't have any active credit accounts anymore and we are paying off ,500 in debt at the rate of 3 per month.And even if they do eventually sue you, that is simply a judgment, they still have to collect it, and in your case, sounds like that would just mean more annoying phone calls. While we ALL understand how important it is to pay our bills, simply put: life happens and in a heartbeat a job can be lost or a death of a spouse that supports the monthly needed income which can have detrimental effects on our budgets-- and then comes DEBT.Just hang up on them and don't take it so personal. People such as the person who tells you to pay your bills hasn't experienced that-- and let's hope that "what comes around goes around" will not come back to bite them in the butt!
They refuse to work with us and they simply demand money that we just don't have.
If you ever find yourself in this situation where the debt has eventually gone to a collection agency-- they are more than likely to work out a promising repayment plan. Credit One Bank received my payment, cashed my check, then did not credit my account.