Credit Repair

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NOLO, Apr 28, 2000 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
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Even readers with the bad credit blues find reason for hope in the pages of this bestselling book. Attorney Robin Leonard provides plenty of practical advice on how to: -- decipher a credit report-- detect (and fix!) credit report errors-- create a realistic spending plan-- negotiate with credit bureaus-- build a solid credit history for the future.Credit Repair features: -- Sample credit reports from the three major credit bureaus-- Resource Appendix of where to go for additional help-- Text of the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act-- Text of state credit reporting laws that provide additional protections-- 30 forms and letters that will make repairing one's credit easy.

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User Review  - peleluna - LibraryThing

Great financial resource book. Broken down well in easily manageable subjects to allow for optima cross reference. Well written, useful resource which provides a solid basis for any library. Read full review

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User Review  - suefernandez - LibraryThing

I found this book to be very informative. Even if you do not need Credit Repair, it would be a good book for your library, because you never know when you may need it. Not only does it cover how to ... Read full review

Contents

Handling Existing Debts A Deal With Debts Current or Not Seriously Overdue
3-2
Rent Payments
3-5
Loans Where You Pledged Collateral Other Than a Motor Vehicle
3-9
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Robin Leonard is a former attorney who gave up the law to become a rabbi. She is the author of many Nolo books including Money Troubles: Legal Strategies to Cope with Your Debts and Credit Repair. She also helped write How to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and A Legal Guide for Lesbian and Gay Couples.

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