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03/26/13 - BANK OF AMERICA RECEIVES "BAILOUT" MONEY.
More than 75 billion dollars has been allocated to Bank of America with the broad focus being on stimulating the economy by way of helping B of A account holders who are struggling with their debts. Bank of America has been very responsive to assistance programs and eager to settle debts for qualified individuals at just a fraction of original account balances. Bank of
America has shown to be very eager to settle accounts as soon as possible with the deepest discounts to individuals able to commit to a short term repayment plan.

10/17/12 - CitiBank receives it's largest allocation of TARP funds.
CitiBank, Citi Finance and the vast array of Citi affiliated retail card services such as Home Depot will be expected to address and provide even greater aide to struggling and qualified account holders. Average settlements within the Citi family of services have ranged between 13% to 45% of the original account balance - depending on many variable factors including the financial status of the individual account holder.

02/29/13 - The latest wave of 15.7% credit card settlements continues throughout the month.
A large part of this continued success and support for consumer financial assistance is due in part to the current economic condition of the nation as well as the governments stimulus efforts and infusion of money to creditors.

03/29/12 -JP Morgan Chase as well as American Express receive billions in TARP funds in order to aide their struggling account holders.

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