Paying credit card bills can feel like fighting a fire. You put out one flame and another pops up. Eventually, you just want to get away from the flames.
A lot of people think the best way is by filing bankruptcy, mainly because they can escape without paying their bills.
But can you really get rid of credit card debt without paying?
Technically, the answer is yes. You can.
Realistically, the answer is no. You can’t.
Let’s deal with the “technical” answer, which I must say we do not recommend.
The Paycheck Protection Program is back. Business can apply for loans to keep their workforce employed. Congress approved more than $280 billion in relief funds for this purpose. Remember that not all lenders will be able to process and issue funds. Smaller community based lenders who work with low income communities and minority owned businesses