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Saturday, February 22, 2014

CBS: Detroit files a painful bankruptcy plan

I can only imagine how much it must hurt when you are left with nothing else but this last resort after the debts having grown way over your head. My assumption is that they had looked into everything they could do where their credit restoration was concerned and opted for this solution.

Maybe they just didn't search hard enough. There are so many options available on the internet these days that it would not be hard to find a good website with excellent advice on how to go about repairing your credit.

Help is readily available online and it doesn't make any difference whether you are an individual in need, are running an actual business, or are specialized in ecommerce. There are plenty of solutions, tips and hints pertaining to every situation.

It may well be that Detroit could have saved itself from this painful plan by thinking outside the box and diving a little deeper into the www. Without a shadow of a doubt they would have found at least one link, if not more, to assist them in avoiding bankruptcy.

It is often recommended to look before you leap. That does require patience however and that is hard to practice when you want to change a bad situation quickly. However, good work needs time!



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