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Podcast – Making Money by Having Fun, Cheap Tips, and Scammed on Craigslist

Written by Steve Rhode

Dealing with financial problems is about more than just making a budget. This time Damon Day and I talk about how to make having fun affordable, traveling on the cheap with your own trailer, a few money-saving tips, and Damon tells us how he just got scammed on Craigslist. I’m not sure how we managed to turn the full recording into a podcast but we did. Some curse words included.

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Steve Rhode

Steve Rhode is the Euro-Video and has been helping good people with bad debt problems since 1994. You can learn more about Steve, here.

2 Comments

  • Reply to survey email that bounced back:

    Student Loan debt has eclipsed the $1.5 trillion dollar mark and is growing at a rate of $3,000 per second. I asked you a phenomenal question about student loan debt and you arrogantly responded with a ridiculous, one-word answer that betrayed your true acumen. You should do all of your followers a favor and get a job in the fast food industry. (You were right about one thing: this only took 30 seconds.)

    • You may have sent an email with a question but we did not answer any reader questions on this show. If you felt I was addressing your question, it was coincidental.

      If you are talking about this question you sent me, “Steve,
      Regarding your research on Student Loans, have you ever run across a situation where the Promissory Note was lost, forged, robo-signed, missing or defective but the Agency refused to release the debtor from his/her obligation?
      Very interested in finding out if you’ve ever come across anything like that.
      Let me know, please.
      Thanks (and keep up the good work!)”

      I did have a one-word answer, “yes” but if you want more words then here you go, there have been occasions in the past I remember where the note was unable to be verified and the creditor and/or collection agency continue to attempt to collect.

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