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Cancer Patient's Medical Debt Ends in Brother's Credit Card Debt Settlement Victory Over Bankruptcy
Date:1/10/2010

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Illness or medical bills contributed to 62.1% of all bankruptcies in 2007, according to an American Journal of Medicine study.

A New York Times article also indicates the amount of personal bankruptcies due to illness, is growing. The actual growth remains a mystery since medical bills are frequently camouflaged as credit card debt.

Confronting the dilemma of rampant medical debt, the Obama administration pushed for reform to make health care more affordable. But, until a bill is passed, those with insurmountable medical debts will continue their pilgrimage into bankruptcy court.

After a phone consultation with a Debt Free league financial adviser, Peinado decided a different path.

He chose the debt settlement company's unique bankruptcy alternative, which helps consumers and small business owners throughout the country overcome severe financial hardships like his.

Peinado felt comfort from the San Diego-based organization's community involvement. Their personnel volunteered with aid during the 2007 San Diego wildfires, and are active participants with various charitable causes, such as the fight against AIDS, Leukemia, and domestic violence.

Excitedly, Peinado states "I was scared and hesitant to start with a debt settlement company. But, the friendly financial adviser gave me total confidence when stating: Debt Free League works in the spirit of FULL DISCLOSURE. Plus, their fees were the lowest I found. And the incredible savings on the debt settlement letters on their website were very impressive."

The company also offered Peinado the possibility of a much greater savings than

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