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Why would a creditor object to a debt being discharged if the debtor no assets and very little income?

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It's according to how much you owe. If it's a large amount they may give you a hard time. You them need to go in front of the trustee and be able to prove why you needed to use the credit card. It may be do to a change in income, illness, high prescription cost, needing to buy food on it, etc.
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