Tufesa Phoenix has been struggling to pay her bills for the past three years and she was surprised when she received a letter from her husband, Joaquin Phoenix, informing her that the company he works for had received a $1.8 million loan.
Phoenix has not been able to make payments on the loan and is in arrears of more than $1,000.
Phoenix, who works for the Phoenix Financial Services group, said she was “sad” at first but had a plan.
“I’ve been in this business for 40 years, and I’ve never been this desperate,” she said.
“It’s sad because you know it’s your job.
“That’s just the way it goes, that’s how life goes. “
You just need to work hard at it and it will pay off.” “
That’s just the way it goes, that’s how life goes.
You just need to work hard at it and it will pay off.”
Phoenix said that he was “baffled” at the loan, but hoped it would pay off.
“When it does, we will be so proud,” he said.
The loan was originally supposed to pay off by December but the company now needs to pay about $1 million in unpaid bills before it can make its next payment, Phoenix said.
In addition, Phoenix has had to pay more than 100,000 dollars in unpaid rent for his two homes.
“All in all, I’m not really happy with the situation,” he told the ABC.
“There’s still a lot of unpaid bills to pay, and it’s a lot more than I can pay myself and my partner.”
Phoenix said he and his wife had recently split up, but would still be able to afford the loan.
“We’ve always been financially independent, but I guess I can’t go back to that,” he added.
“The debt has taken a big toll on us.
I don’t know if it’ll ever go away.”
Read more: Phoenix says he is not ready to ‘pay the price’ for his company Phoenix Financial Service, which owns the Phoenix financial services company TufESA, is one of the biggest debt collectors in Australia, according to its annual report.
Phoenix’s company has been called the largest debt collector in the country.
The company is contracted by banks to collect a total of about $2.2 billion in debt from households in Australia every year, the report states.
It says that the debts are owed by households including small businesses, pensioners and the elderly.
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