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Improve Your Credit Score In 5 Easy Steps! No Matter How Much Debt You Have Now


Improve Your Credit Score In 5 Easy Steps! No Matter How Much Debt You Have Now

Improve Your Credit Score In 5 Easy Steps! No Matter How Much Debt You Have Now

Seeing your credit score go down the drain because you’re drowning is debt is a terrible feeling, but it is one that you can easily avoid.

Follow these 5 easy steps to improve your credit score – no matter how much debt you have right now! Take action now to avoid falling into the downward spiral of a low credit score while you eliminate your debt. The steps included in this book are tried and true, used by the author himself to maintain a good credit score while struggling to p

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3 Responses to “Improve Your Credit Score In 5 Easy Steps! No Matter How Much Debt You Have Now”

  1. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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    Great resource…, January 29, 2012
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    This review is from: Improve Your Credit Score In 5 Easy Steps! No Matter How Much Debt You Have Now (Kindle Edition)

    This is a great resource for those of us that have too much credit card debt. I hate to say it but this includes me.

    An excellent point made in this book is made even before the first tip, where Edward recorded all of his debt into a spreadsheet. It sounds so simple right now but you really don’t know how bad your situation is unless you write it down and assess what is really weighing you down. I did this for the first time last year and it really opened my eyes.

    The tips in this book are easy to do and I truly believe they are necessary for anyone that is struggling with debt. This is a great book and you surely will not be disappointed.

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  2. Denise O'Berry "Small Business Expert" Reply October 30, 2012 at 12:05 am
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    Common sense, but not common practice…, January 29, 2012
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    This review is from: Improve Your Credit Score In 5 Easy Steps! No Matter How Much Debt You Have Now (Kindle Edition)

    Anyone who has struggled with debt should take time to read this short book. The author is spot on with the key steps to improve your credit score today. As a small business consultant, I continuously hear from people who want to start a business but can’t get any funds to kick it off because of their low credit score. Banks and credit card companies DO consider your personal credit score when determining whether to loan your company money. You simply must have a good credit score to get a loan. And if you take the actions suggested in this book, you’ll soon be on the road to getting what you seek.

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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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    Here’s How To Avoid Credit Card Nightmares!, January 26, 2012
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    Kristie
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    Managing your credit cards and your credit card debt is crucial in today’s economy where credit card companies are scrambling to stay afloat with higher and higher interest rates. We as consumers need to be wise about allowing credit card debt to take over our checkbook and our futures as well. Here are some GREAT tips on how to avoid eventual bankruptcy and financial ruin that many people are facing on a daily basis because they think they can pay another day. Having a GREAT credit score is like money in the bank – really, because you can count on creditors being more willing to lend to you in the future.

    Read this book (I needed this as a refresher course about checking my credit score and why not to close my credit card accounts that are paid off. )
    Make mental notes of what to do and what NOT to do in the future. Very practical guide. Get it. Read it. Live by it.

    Kristie

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