an island and a peninsula

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear amigo on the island of St. Thomas and my amiga formerly in the USVI and now on the Florida Peninsula:  Each of you gave me the courtesy to present debt relief — grazie.  I want you to understand my surrender is not yet 100%, because I plan a call to the Peninsula after Monday, and I’ll say this for my amigo on the island: you’re heard the worst of the warnings: ONE: tax  TWO: collector calls, credit score, threatening letters  THREE: lawsuit(s).  Knowing people who consider our twenty-six page written agreement without first hearing warnings rarely sign it, and people who are prepared often sign it . . . . you might sign the document if you allow me to prepare it.  If you’ll extend the courtesy you’ve given me one step further, then you’ll tell me who you owe and how much along with the amount you can pay per month, and I’ll reply with our doc for your consideration.  Please be assured my pitch to each of you included my strategy to leave me whole at any termination point.  This strategy avoids two Tom Doody personal-emotional disasters: ONE: too much time invested getting to: “no”  TWO: presenting an agreement to a person not properly warned.  The first leaves me feeling foolish that I voluntarily overextended, and the second represents a written excercize with a predictable outcome.  This preamble for one point: my gratitude to you for allowing me to present debt relief is sincere, and you’re (each of you) are good with me.  Thank you for your time and attention.  Sincerely, Tom Doody »»  about me  302-990-2346  twitter  nearlincoln@hotmail.com  contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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