Fix Your Own Credit

Fix Your Own Credit

by Michelle Garber
     
 
Congratulations! You’ve taken a great step in actively participating in repairing your own credit! Most people believe there’s nothing they can do and they’re just stuck with the credit they have – but (as you’re about to find out) that’s just not true! This may not be your first attempt at attaining a better credit score, but

Overview

Congratulations! You’ve taken a great step in actively participating in repairing your own credit! Most people believe there’s nothing they can do and they’re just stuck with the credit they have – but (as you’re about to find out) that’s just not true! This may not be your first attempt at attaining a better credit score, but I guarantee you will find concrete steps in this book to help you achieve your goal…a better credit rating.

This book is a step-by-step, do-it-yourself manual on how to repair your current credit rating situation. If you are experiencing any of the following, this book will detail the exact steps you need to take to get a better credit score:
• getting a ton of collection calls or letters
• having trouble getting a loan
• having trouble getting a credit card
• having trouble getting a job
• you just want to have a higher credit score

You will learn how to:
1. Dispute Personal Information
2. Dispute Errors on Your Credit Report
3. How to Deal with Notices of Negative Information
4. How to Deal with Collections
5. How to Deal with Judgments
6. How to Deal with Zombie Debt
7. How to Freeze Your Credit Report
8. Credit Card Balance Reduction
9. Authorized User Accounts
10.Rapid Rescore
11.Never Go To Zero
12.Piggyback

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014222136
Publisher:
Ila Creations, Inc.
Publication date:
12/01/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
456 KB

Meet the Author

Our American culture is churning out more debt than can be possibly sustained. Michelle Garber graduated from college with more than $60,000 in student loan debt, heaps of credit card debt, and no job. Her credit score fell from 765 to 365 in the space of 5 years. After wasting yet more money on companies that couldn't fix the problem, she decided she was smart enough to tackle it herself. By the beginning of 2011, her credit score was back up to 750 and it didn't cost a dime! Michelle lives in Missouri with her husband and children and her small fish, Harold.

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