You can try to dispute the charge with you financial institution. However, if the Psychic reading was done by a legitimate organization or by a person with a legitimate business, you may have trouble getting your money back. Why you might ask. You pay for a service - you receive the service - transaction complete and that's why your financial institution would see it as a legitimate charge.
If you are living paycheck to paycheck, have no savings and are only able to pay the minimum required payment. Also, if you need to take cash-advances on a credit card, you are probably in financial trouble.
A financial issue is the other term for financial problem. Financial problem is a stage wherein a person is having a lot of trouble involving money matters.
Its financial and econoinal trouble that affcets everyone
financial aid is tough so if you want to learn it you are getting yourself into trouble
Aldi Stores are not facing a financial trouble. Aldis is a store to go to find food and other products cheap. It was a huge commodity during the recession.
Stock is down to $5 from $55...what does that tell you?
Scout gets in trouble by learning how to read, write, and by telling Miss Caroline about the Cunningham's financial situations.
Deferment or Foreberance
none that I am aware of, but if you find out let me know!
i believe he will make a great deal of chages including the financial trouble the country is in now and the war in iraq. i believe that obama will be great. ROCK ON OBAMA!!!!Tht is true financial trouble and the health care.!
First things first; find out who's name is on the registration and title. If it is only in one of your names, you could be in trouble. I suggest you call a lawyer and fast if that is the case and your name isn't on either of them. A doubt very much if a lender will release a cosigner from any obligation if the collateral is not fully paid for. In this case the collateral is a car and its a repo mans dream. Remember to always know your cosigner.
You can't really get in trouble for quitting your job. You will still have to make your payments whether you have a job or not. You may have to reconfigure your Chapter 13 payment plan.
Avoid buying things that you do not need. Don't go over the credit limit and use up only about maximum of 60% of your limit. Pay the total amount every month. Pay on time and never miss a payment.
Sure, in fact most people do not need a cosigner to get an auto loan. The entire process is based on your credit rating, financial situation, and your income. If they are requiring you to have a cosigner, then your credit rating must be very bad or you are buying more car than you can really afford. Purchase what you can really afford and no more. Never, ever, purchase a car that requires more than 20% of you take home pay in total car payments. That is payments on all cars you own, not just the one car. Otherwise you may end up in big trouble and have the vehicle repossessed, thus ruining your credit ever farther. Live by the 20% rule and you will be in good shape.
I'm young, I have serious financial trouble and I'll lose my life. I need to have $ 50,000 cash. Please can anyone help me see my message.
social security act
Yes and no. Completely out of "financial trouble"- well probably not. The intent is to restore the credit markets through mortgage backed security purchases. Obviously, the approach is controversial. See Wikipedia for Bailout deal with many links.
Normally the program does not take into consideration any cosigners of the loan or coownership of the vehicle: if the assets belonging only to you then it will count as an asset.
There is no law against it but you might have trouble finding a lending institution that will work with you.
no it will reject it and they will trouble you with the payment
Absolutely she canget into trouble