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I'm guessing that you need to CALL an attorney NOW. Sounds like a collector and/or repoman has been telling you what they think you need to hear. (Blowing Smoke)

No one blowing smoke, just trying to see if one can avoid having a jointly owned house attached to a deficiency judgement?

2015-07-16 18:31:42
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