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Posted May 31, 2004
Interesting but reads more like a commercial
At the start of the book it was very informative but he kept advertising people he used (i.e. lawyer & real estate agents, etc..) except for important people such as the banks and credit card companies. He also spent a long chapter on religion which I think he could offend people who aren't religious. In the end I wanted to know more but got blindsided with him referring me to other people and organzations. I wanted to know how he specificaly got to where he was creditwise. I did get somethings out of it. I think I was ahead of the game because I already had two unsecured major credit cards in less than 3 mos after banruptcy. He also needs to update what's new. A lot of credit card companies give out unsecured cards instead of secured cards they may start off with a higher interest rate and a annual fee of $29-59 a year. I am going to try and secure a mortgage for my first Condo by the end of the year.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 27, 2002
GOOD BOOK BUT TOO MUCH OPINION
THE BOOK IS GOOD FOR DEALING WITH ESTABLISHING CREDIT AFTER BANKRUPTCY, HOWEVER, UNLESS THE BOOK IS ABOUT POLITICS OR RELIGION, THE AUTHORS NEED NOT INCLUDE THAT INFORMATION. THERE ARE PLENTY OF BANKRUPTCY CANDIDATES THAT DONT WANT THE AUTHORS RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL OPINIONS.THIS IS A COMPLETE TURN OFF FOR A LOT OF PEOPLE.WITH THE EXCLUSION OF THIS INFORMATION, THE BOOK WOULD PROBABLY HAVE GOTTEN 5 STARSWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.