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My name is Daniel Bryce, and I am a full-time Informational Technology professional, specializing in disaster recovery. I have been in the Information Technology field for more than forty years working full-time and on some occasions as a consultant. My current position, one which I have held for the past sixteen years, is a disaster recovery specialist with a government agency. I will share a few details about me, my employment history, my family, how I came close to losing my home and what I did to save it.
From 1973 to 1989 was a period of steady employment for me. A savings bank employed me as a computer manager, a position I held for sixteen years before losing it due to a bank merger. While I was working at the bank, I took on debt: home mortgage loan, automobile loan, high credit card balances, etc. So, it was important to find suitable employment promptly to continue paying my bills. But that would prove very difficult to do. More than ten years would pass before I would become permanently employed again.
So, those ten years between the two periods of stable employment were difficult ones for me. I held a variety of lower paying positions working as a consultant, a salesman, a recruiter, etc. But none of those jobs lasted long enough or paid well enough to enable to meet all my financial obligations promptly. My financial picture kept getting worse until it became a crisis.
My wife and I and our two children lived in the family home we purchased while I was working at the bank. We had piled up the usual debts common to working families, such as a mortgage, car loans, credits card bills, etc. My wife was steadily employed but did not make enough money to pay all the bills. So, to make a long story short, our mortgage holder started foreclosure proceedings against us. I had no choice but to seek help from the debt relief professionals for the credit cards debts and our mortgage holder for temporary relief with our payments.
My debt relief specialist went to work on my behalf with my creditors and came up with a plan with lower credit card monthly payments and lower mortgage payments temporarily, for a short period.
I returned to full-time employment in 2001, this time with a city agency as an Information Technology specialist, a position that could not have about at a better time. This period of continuous employment, from 2001 to present, has enabled me to bring my outstanding obligations up to date and restore my financial health, including to achieve one of my life-long goals which to pay off my home mortgage loan and secure the home for my family.
Again, having seen firsthand how professional debt relief can help people regain control of their finances, I want to share it with everyone, particularly, those struggling under a mountain of credit card debts. Many people face a financial crisis at some point in their lives, but your financial situation doesn’t have to go from bad to worse.
So, if you or someone you know is in financial hot water, consider contacting a debt relief service such as a credit counselor or a debt specialist from a reputable firm, who can help to restore your financial health as they did for me.