You and your credit: tools for understanding & repairing your own credit

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Pyramid Publishing, 1994 - Business & Economics - 486 pages
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YOU & YOUR CREDIT is a well written "straight to the point" insiders guide on the inner workings of consumer credit. The book was written to help the many people who now have, have had, or will encounter consumer credit problems. Each chapter of the book is written in a concise & easy-to-understand format, to give the reader a true feeling of being involved & to make the reader confident enough to tackle their credit problems. Readers will find the simplicity in applying these principles using "real world" techniques to improve their financial situation very refreshing. This book not only addresses the road to credit recovery, but, also shows the reader how to avoid credit pitfalls. The book lets the reader self-analyze their credit situation-without the assistance of gimmick programs & high priced credit consultants, & embark on a road to recovery. YOU & YOUR CREDIT will give the reader a greater understanding as to what went wrong, how to fix it. YOU & YOUR CREDIT teaches you your credit rights under the law, how to avoid scams, bankruptcy, credit counselling, business credit, & also serves as an excellent reference guide. If information is power, then here it is, a plethora of information for a capitalistic, credit-minded society where credit is everything. To order call (718) 341-4575, or by mail: Pyramid Publishing, 110-64 Queens Boulevard, Suite 227 ANNO, Forest Hills, New York 11375-6347.

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White, a credit counseling consultant, has written a comprehensive guide to credit and borrowing money. He gives excellent advice on how to deal with credit card companies and credit reporting ... Read full review

Contents

The Three Types of Credit
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Categorize of Borrowers Based on Their Creditworthiness
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