The Ultimate Credit Handbook: Cut Your Debt and Have a Lifetime of Great Credit

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Plume, 2003 - Business & Economics - 353 pages
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In this book, consumer credit specialist Gerri Detweiler arms readers with the tools they need to eliminate debt forever, including - The key to good credit; How to improve your credit rating; Strategies for reducing debt; How the credit bureaus rate you; How to survive a credit crisis; How to correct credit bureau errors that can ruin your financial life; and much more. From avoiding merchandising rip-offs and bank foul-ups to battling credit card fraud, this handbook tells you everything you need to know to get out of debt and enjoy a lifetime of financial stability.

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About the author (2003)

MARC EISENSON is the author of the bestseller The Banker's Secret and a nationally recognized expert on how to painlessly exit from debt.
NANCY CASTLEMAN, along with Marc, publishes the highly respected Pocket Change Investor newsletter. Through books, software, audiotapes, and an assortment of other publications, Marc and Nancy's Good Advice Press has saved hundreds of thousands of families billions of dollars. They live the ideas of this book on a farm in upstate New York where their nearest neighbors are cows.
GERRI DETWEILER is the author of The Ultimate Credit Handbook and an authority on the credit and financial services industry. The former executive director of the Bankcard Holders of America, Gerri lives and works from her home office in Sarasota, Florida.
The authors have been featured on the Today show, Dateline NBC, CBS Evening News, CBS This Morning, and Good Morning America, and in the New York Times, the Washington Post, and hundreds of other media outlets worldwide.

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