Can you imagine being approved for credit? Can you imagine having only one debt, your mortgage? Can you imagine no phone calls from creditors calling to ask for payment? Well, this book can help you. This book provides step-by-step guidance on how to repair your credit on your own without going to a credit counseling agency, getting a consolidation loan or filing for bankruptcy.
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The ramifications of bad credit and overwhelming delinquent accounts affect every aspect of your life. The constant phone calls, the never-ending stream of letters and the bank account that is always short should be a wake up call to most. Maybe it is. But the humiliation and embarrassment of failed finances hinders many from obtaining help. In How to Get Out of Debt, Author Harrine Freeman opens up her life, laying her poor decisions out for the world to learn how she stumbled down the slippery slope into the never-ending abyss of debt. Her sincerity and honesty is a refreshing opening to this life guide of accomplishing good credit and healthy financial living. Relying on sound and logical principles of finances, Ms. Freeman explains how we dig ourselves into debt and the small steps vital to tip toeing our way back to financial freedom. She has packed a tremendous amount of information into this 240 pg guide, complete with sample letters to creditors, an invaluable list of consumer protection agencies, and other resources and guides. When I first opened it, I sighed, wondering how it could be any different from the advertisements that come on after hours, promising all the information in the world for just $19.99, and offering you no more than what you already knew and never implemented. As you can tell from the review, I have struggled from undergraduate debt I know this merry go round well. Three hours later, I had devoured Ms. Freeman¿s guide, tucking it on my shelf of ¿very necessary day-to-day living¿ reading. No doubt, folks, this one is a keeper. Key Positives: A clear read. Simple and to the point, this guide touches on each and every aspect of debt and bad credit, leaving nothing to chance. The resources listed in the appendices are impossible to collect on your own, well, maybe not entirely impossible, but why would you want to if you didn¿t have to? Also, there is a listing of terms and definitions, clarifying and correcting what we think we already know. Key Negatives: At times a bit pitchy however keep on reading, the wealth of information to be gained is rewarding. Rating: 4 out 5 mice for sincerity, clarity, ease of read, wealth of information and willingness to share personal experiences. Reviewed by: a.Kai of Read Zone Book Reviewers