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Do You Know Which Missed Payment Could Make You a Felon in Texas?
Do You Know Which Missed Payment Could Make You a Felon in Texas?

Imagine this: you’re the main source of income for a family of four. Because of illness or a layoff at work, you find yourself in a tight spot. Like most Americans, you don’t have a lot in savings, so you’re going to have to tighten your belt and figure out a way to get ...

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