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It’s the story of one couple’s struggle against a bed-bug infestation that left them with more than $5,000 in debt and forced them to move out of their home.
The couple’s home in southern New Jersey was plagued with bed bugs for the past few months, and they said they had to buy a mattress that had an expensive metal frame for a mattress cover that they couldn’t afford.
They bought the mattress from a bedbug-control company, but after finding out the mattress was made of aluminum, they called the company and told them they would have to replace it.
Instead, they found out the metal frame they had been looking for was made from aluminum that had been used in an industrial plant, so they asked the company to make the frame from aluminum.
The company said they could use a cheaper aluminum frame, but they didn’t have enough aluminum for the bed frame.
So they called a local metal recycling company and they were able to find a batch of aluminum that they could recycle.
And then they called up the company again to ask them to recycle the frame and the company said, “no problem.”
Now, that’s when they started to realize they had an issue.
The company said it would charge $3 for the frame.
They said they would pay for it if they just sent the frames back.
The problem is, they said that was not going to happen.
They could not recycle the frames.
So they had the aluminum frames and they could not send them back because the recycling company had told them it was too expensive.
So what happened?
It was very expensive.
They had to spend about $4,000 to recycle all the frames and send them off.
They spent that money.
Then the couple realized they were having trouble paying their bills.
They started to lose their savings.
They also started having trouble finding work because of their problem with bed bug.
The woman said she could not pay her bills because she couldn’t pay the electric bill, so she called her landlord.
She got a letter telling her she had to pay the rent for the month, but she did not pay it.
She ended up taking out a loan from a local bank.
The bank charged the woman $100 a month for the rent and $5 a month to the bank for the loan.
Now, they have a lot of debt.
They have had to make monthly payments on their mortgage for about $2,000, which they are now unable to make.
So that means they are on the hook for $5 or $6,000 or $7,000 a month.
The wife said that the landlord said, you know, if you have this many people in your home, if they all get bed bugs, there will be a lot more people.
That is not true.
There is no bed bug problem.
That was not the case.
The husband said, if we all get it, the city would be in debt.
So we are now in a difficult situation where we have had so many problems, the couple has been in debt, and we don’t know how to fix it.
We are just trying to get by.
The bed bug crisis is spreading to the state of Pennsylvania, and Pennsylvania is facing a statewide bed bug outbreak.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health and Human Services is warning Pennsylvania residents to stay home, to use hand sanitizers, and to limit the amount of time they spend in their homes.
State Health Commissioner Dr. Nancy Gorman told FoxNews.com that bed bugs have spread throughout Pennsylvania, from New Castle County to Chester County and from Montgomery County to Philadelphia.
The agency has sent out more than 8,000 bed bug alerts in Pennsylvania, she said.
State health officials have said bed bugs are not widespread in Pennsylvania because it is an urban area with high population density.
The number of bed bugs in Philadelphia has been decreasing since at least 2010, the state said in a report on the outbreak.
Bed bugs can be a problem because they can survive outdoors.
They can burrow under clothes, clothes and other clothing.
They burrow in clothing and can even feed on the skin.
Bedbugs can also be spread through the air.
If a person breathes on someone who has a bed insect infestation, they can become infested.
The symptoms of bed bug infection are mild to severe fever, headache, body aches, fatigue, difficulty breathing and coughing, as well as a rash.
They are not contagious.