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Your Credit Score: Your Money and What's at Stake: How to Improve the 3-Digit Number That Shapes Your Financial Future

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 13, 2009

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    It is very good. I am still reading the book. It tells a lot to know about the whole explanation of how the whole three digit number that stays with you for the rest of your life. It is very helpful to understand more about the credit. Some people complain about not really understand much about the whole credit even when they "think" they are playing the so-called "game" that the credit bureaus do. It is not a game. Its you as a individual of a credit risk to lenders and other creditors. It is best to read among other resources that are there now that explains how the whole credit process works. Wikipedia are not your best resource. And there are answers out there. And yes, there is a better understanding how this so called "game" how they work there system. What I'm talking about it might be confusing to other readers except for what the ones who knows how it works. Yeah, just don't be to over confident with it. It can also turn around. My best bet for much better understanding is another book called " Credit Bureaus: Dirty Little Secrets." But really, it isn't at all a secret. Its very common sense but not what some people don't like to hear the truth or don't believe it is true and possible. Those who read this book will have a better understanding that it isn't a "game" after all. Its you as a responsibility individual and as a credit risk. And also those wondering why it takes so long to build u, this is the book that has the answer to your question. Any other questions that comes to mind, read this book. You got to read the whole book. Not one part won't answer all. This is good for both that doesn't have credit yet, starting out, or already do have. Even those who are into depth and has not much knowledge how the whole "game" they called it.

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  • Posted August 29, 2011

    Awesome Book!

    I was a finance director for years and this book still taught me alot. I wasn't even finished reading the book before raising my equifax score 16 points! I love you Liz!

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