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Marcin Gorka
Marcin Gorka
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Language preference: English
City/Region: Mays Landing, NJ
Member Since March 6, 2011
Last Online April 28, 2014
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Helping others save money has always been fun for me. I have extensive knowledge of all credit history related issues as well as home mortgages. With this knowledge, I can answer any finance related questions and save you thousands of dollars. I have seen people get ripped off right in front of my eyes and I would hate if it happened to you. So, please do not hesitate to send me a message or post your question on my board.
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A couple of weeks ago, Americans took part in another Presidential Elections. Every minute of every day, prior to elections, we were “forced” to watch TV ads about Mitt Romney or Barack Obama. It felt like there were only 2 candidates running for the Presidency. As a matter of fact, when people
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Frustrated - that’s what my wife and I were while customers of Comcast. Every month our cable bill came in higher than the previous month. My wife called Comcast's customer service and asked if there is anything that they can do in order to lower our bill. We were paying over $80 a month for
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My wife and I are in the process of remodeling our bedroom. We removed old furniture and realized that the 5yr old carpet should be replaced as well. We were thinking about installing hardwood flooring but, at $5 per sq. ft., we are looking at about $1,100 + installation.A couple of years ago, we
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As many Americans are losing their homes to foreclosure they turn to short sales. But, what is a short sale and how does it affect your credit. A short sale is sometimes referred to as pre-foreclosure sale. The seller arranges with Mortgage Company to sell their property that has fallen behind for
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2 years ago, the Federal Government passed a $700 Billion stimulus which was intended to stimulate the economy, keep people in their homes and provide mortgage modification tools. 2 years later, the homeownership situation in America is worse than it's ever been. Over 1 million people lost their
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