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Credit Card And Debt Management
by Scott Bilker
If you ask single Americans in their 20s or early 30s what their biggest financial worry is, most will probably answer credit card debt. Bilker shows them the formulas for digging out of the credit-card hole--methodically, systematically, and with a minimum of confusion. Surprises abound, including Bilker's advice against cutting up one's credit cards--after all, one may need that credit line in case of emergency. He also advises against paying off one's credit debt with savings, opting instead to use budgeting from salary and letting that savings grow untouched. If used correctly, this book could be a big help to those experiencing a rather common burden.
The Inside Secrets of Credit Restoration: A Step by Step Guide for Repairing Your Credit Right From Home
by Michael A. Jones
Establishing and maintaining a good credit rating has and always will continue to remain, a challenging activity for many people in America today. Whether you are seeking access to large or small loans, obtaining a checking account at your local bank, renting retail or residential property, or even putting the winning touch on an employment opportunity, having good credit is continuing to become more important in diverse areas of our lives. In fact, it has become a way of life! This book exposes the well-kept secrets of successful credit restoration companies, and will help you to restore a positive credit rating. If you have been looking for an easy to read, simple step-by-step guide that has a practical approach, one that makes sense and gives you results in a relatively short period of time, then your search is over.
The Complete Guide to a Higher Credit Score
by Joe Lance Letizia
How would you like to buy your dream home and improve your credit at the same time? Now you can! Get the inside scoop on what the experts already know - the top secrets to improving your credit score with the best mortgage and no closing costs. When it comes to getting the best real estate mortgages, your credit score is everything. That means you need a plan of action that will provide you with the right mortgage and the best possible credit score within the shortest period of time.
Talk Your Way Out of Credit Card Debt!
by Scott Bilker
Learning how to talk your way out of credit card debt is the quickest, easiest, and most efficient way to start saving money! It's true! You can call your credit card banks to negotiate a better interest rate and have fees waived! However, it may not be as easy as picking up the phone and asking. That's because bank representatives are trained to deter you from pursuing the deals you deserve. Overcoming their tactics can be difficult when you don't know what to expect.
In this book you will discover proven negotiation strategies, and build your confidence, while learning how to: (1) get annual fees waived; (2) lower your current interest rates; (3) shop for the best credit card deals; (4) get late-payment, overlimit, and cash-advance fees waived; (5) compare loan options and calculate savings; (6) dispute charges and get all your refunds; (7) negotiate account settlements; and much more!
It's in the Cards
by Lloyd Klein
This is the first comprehensive account of the development of consumer credit. Consumer credit is a vital force driving the development of our economic system. Rather than look at consumer credit solely as an economic phenomenon, Klein examines the social impact of the consumer credit industry within the framework of economic and cultural change. His analysis offers a concise examination of the industry from the perspective of marketing, the creating of material and experiential products, and the product distribution mechanisms. The discussion of changes within the bankruptcy structure accounts for the creation of overzealous consumer spending and the implementation of controls over individual consumer credit. This will be of interest to scholars or students concentrating in economic sociology, stratification, and cultural studies.
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