I found you all on Facebook. I needed you all. I was in a very bad place with my divorce and with all the bills and debt that I was left with unpaid according to the court order. I didn’t know where else to go. And so while I was searching, having fun on Facebook, your message was very loud. I called to make an appointment and from my first call to you all it was friendly. Your office staff is impeccable.
Everything that your office provided from working out the situation for me to do a bankruptcy, which I didn’t know was what I needed to correct my life. You all did that for me. I didn’t know where else to go. Pretty much I was hopeless, but I had two kids that I had to provide for and Mr. Geller made my night that night.
My credit is now beyond reproach. I can apply and buy anything I want to buy with a 720 credit score. I’m into saving money. On the weekends I cut off all the lights and it’s just me and my phone listening to financial tips and you know what? I’ve saved on electricity, my credit went up. I did what he told me to do. As a matter of fact, I even went live on some of the live sessions and he let me ask questions.
I started off very confused. Chapter seven, what does that mean? They cleared all that up for me. I didn’t know I was in trouble and y’all helped me and I want to thank you. If it had not been for you I’d be in trouble. I’ve got a health condition that I couldn’t control and I missed my appointment and you said come anyway. And I came and you had no idea I was on chemo.
You helped me that day and you typed everything in the computer and today I’m free. Not just free. I’m one child short because June 11th I lost my son. But you know what? I’m still getting to apply for a house because I’ll be two years discharged next month in April. My son may not be going with us into the new house, but we will still be celebrating his life, me and my daughter, because of Mr. Geller and Mr. Papa. I can’t thank y’all enough. Y’all don’t know what you did for me and I can’t go back and change my son or bring him back, and I’m still on chemo, but the debt’s gone thanks to you all. Me and my daughter can live in peace.