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by Benjamin F. Dover,Sharon Hallberg,Linda Vanderwold

Free eBook Life After Debt: The Blueprint for Surviving in America's Credit Society download ISBN: 1880925036
Author: Benjamin F. Dover,Sharon Hallberg,Linda Vanderwold
Publisher: Equitable Media Services (September 1, 1993)
Language: English
Pages: 314
Category: Work and perfomance
Subcategory: Personal Finance
Size MP3: 1205 mb
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Rating: 4.6
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Dover, Benjamin . Hallberg, Sharon, Va. Published by Equitable Media Services (1993)

Dover, Benjamin . Published by Equitable Media Services (1993). ISBN 10: 1880925036 ISBN 13: 9781880925034.

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User reviews
Holds many great tips to clean a credit report. I've given it to many friends through the years.
Great book used it years ago to clean up our credit. I gave a friend my copy and needed to replace it in my library.
For those in need of help, this is a great book.....
I used this info after my divorce and it saved me much grief. Now I order them to give to my friends who are in a financial jam.
Good examples and tips.
Bob Hammond discusses how to reduce debts, repair credit and deal with creditors and collection agencies. He includes tips on negotiating debts downward and sample letters to creditors. The detailed appendix includes the U.S. Fair Credit Reporting Act, Equal Credit Opportunity Act and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. This book is primarily targeted to small business owners, employees and the unemployed or underemployed who are having debt problems. We [...] appreciate the basic, "do this," tone of voice and the practical approach to helping someone climb out of debt. (While some of these strategies might be useful anywhere, only U.S. law is discussed.)
The information that you need to start repairing your credit is in here and so is some stuff about reducing debt. The book covers how to order your report, dispute it and follow up with the Credit agencies. It has sample letters that you can use with your own information. It has techniques on working with creditors to have them remove negative information from your report for you.
Overall, I don't feel ripped off, but I am a bit disappointed. There could have been much more detail in the areas of Keeping your credit report from being damaged, building good credit, and strategies for saving money and reducing debts (which are the cause of bad credit in the first place). This type of book would be much more useful in the form of a workbook rather than the front to middle reading it is.
The book gives you what it promises, but not in the best form and with a ton of filler. The second half of the book is just a reprint of Credit Laws which could come in handy if I was working with a lawyer or could understand it myself, but otherwise is just there to add pages.
Judging by the number of books that Bob Hammond has written on the subject, I would say that he is just revamping old work, adding a lot of filler text and calling it a new book.
The information in this book is so rudimentary should be free. But I give it 3 stars because it has helped me get the ball rolling with my credit.
Other reviewers of this book here at Amazon seem to feel that the author is skimping on the details, and that he uses the laws we have to live with as filler. I disagree. Personally, I don't have time to read a lengthy discourse on how to get out of debt, repair my credit, or work towards being financially stable. This book contains more than enough valuable information to get anyone with credit woes on the road to recovery. When I bought this book just over a month ago, I had 11 negative marks on one of my credit reports. After taking the sample letters in this great book and modifying them to meet my needs, I have changed 9 of these marks to positive, and am negotiating on the last 2. I found this book to be an invaluable tool, as a novice to the way debt works.