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Credit After Bankruptcy: A Step-By-Step Action Plan to Quick and Lasting Recovery after Personal Bankruptcy Reviews


Credit After Bankruptcy: A Step-By-Step Action Plan to Quick and Lasting Recovery after Personal Bankruptcy

Credit After Bankruptcy: A Step-By-Step Action Plan to Quick and Lasting Recovery after Personal Bankruptcy

A step-by-step action plan to quick and lasting recovery after personal bankruptcy. Indexed.

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3 Responses to “Credit After Bankruptcy: A Step-By-Step Action Plan to Quick and Lasting Recovery after Personal Bankruptcy Reviews”

  1. 31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great tips for recovering your financial health, December 17, 2002
    By 
    Brian (Washington DC) –

    I’m a mortgage loan officer, and I recommend Mr. Snyder’s book to my customers who DON’T qualify for loans because it’s the on ramp for the fast lane to good credit.

    You need to have, use, and maintain credit to build wealth. Unfortunately, re-establishing credit after a bankruptcy filing is easy, but doing it the right way isn’t. Mr. Snyder’s advice and explanations about the credit system, secured credit cards, installment loans, types of revolving accounts to avoid, etc are all dead on target. This book explains the pitfalls, loan sharks and sleazeballs who try to take advantage of people at the end of their rope. If you filed bankruptcy, this is the book for you. Other books on this topic, like Ms. Langguth-Ryan’s, actually advise you to things that are detrimental to an improved score.

    As for the religious section that another reviewer complained about: It’s short. I’m a catholic, and the Christian fundamentalist bible study Mr. Snyder recommends would make me uncomfortable. But I do think he has every right to suggest that morality has a role to play in building your fortune, and to tell you that learning ethical and moral standards through his faith tradition was a part of his financial recovery. You can take it or leave it, or do what I did and adjust it to meet your personal beliefs. Most people end up in bankruptcy (not all, most) because they made poor financial and life decisions. If Mr. Snyder didn’t share how he changed his financial situation by changing his life habits, he’d be dishonest.

    Get the book. And don’t waste your time with others.

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  2. 34 of 37 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    If you want good credit again soon, this is the book for you, May 23, 2005
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    seaside dreamer (California) –

    Our Chapter 7 discharged in Oct. 2002. We got an informational mailing regarding the credit after bankruptcy seminar but couldn’t attend so I bought the book. Best $30 I ever spent. I immediately applied for a First Premier Bank Credit card (which shows as unsecured on your credit report), never missed a payment and kept my balance low. Then applied for a small $1500 auto loan at my credit union,with a co-signer. In the summer of 2003 we went to Ford Dealership and bought our first brand new car 2003 Ford Focus! In December 2003 we purchased our first home! In 2004 I bought a 1999 Mustang Convertable. Since then we have also opened two other credit card accounts. Orchard Bank is a good one. The book gives you great information and resources to turn a bad situation into a good one. Although I did not get to lease a vehicle through Ford and had a higher interest rate than what the book said I would get, I was still by far extremely happy because I would have never gotten as far as I did without it! And the breif time he talks about God, well, I thought that was a blessing and has a good message. Of course I believe in God. And if you don’t, get over it. The world doesn’t revolve around you. (Not to be rude but…) Point made. It’s a great book. For those of us imperfect people who have totally screwed up our finances and would like a second chance to prove that we can get it right this book offers sound advice. I confess I have strayed from it a bit and tried to apply for too many in too short a period and it lowered my credit score and caused me more harm, so beware…take it slow and in two years you can be back on track, in a new home, in a new car, just follow the great advice that is offered. You’ll be glad you did!

    We are now looking to by an investment property (2 1/2 years after our chapter 7 bk)! I am greatful to Stephen for writing the book! And if he is making bank, more power to him. He certainly did me a service. He should be paid for it.

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  3. Doing Great in Texas Reply November 1, 2012 at 2:42 am
    22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Repair, January 10, 2006
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    I bought this book in 1998 after my Chapter 7 bankruptcy. I give this book the credit for me now having a credit score of over 700. I was told by Mr. Synder of a great secured credit card at that time “FCNB” (not available anymore) that was one of the best to help repair credit. I have always paid low interest rates on cars (1.9% thru Honda) and purchased a brand new (just built) home in 2002. I have purchased boats and four wheelers all financed thru reputable lenders. I loved this book!!! I really liked the part where it explained how you need to get a copy of your credit report after discharge and make sure all the outstanding balances are changed to zero. I believe that was the best tip ever. I had a finance manager at a auto dealer tell me I had the best looking bankruptcy credit report ever.

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