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Credit After Bankruptcy: The easy-to-follow guide to a quick and lasting recovery from personal bankruptcy


Credit After Bankruptcy: The easy-to-follow guide to a quick and lasting recovery from personal bankruptcy

Credit After Bankruptcy: The easy-to-follow guide to a quick and lasting recovery from personal bankruptcy

Whether you filed bankruptcy several years ago or last week, this book will show you how to make a dramatic and lasting recovery. Stephen Snyder and his wife, Michele, each had their Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharged in 1993. They were both so cash poor at the time that they had to borrow money from their families to file. Then, within months, obtained bank loans, major bank cards, start-up capital for a small business, and more – all using mainstream credit and without the aid of high-interest cr

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5 Responses to “Credit After Bankruptcy: The easy-to-follow guide to a quick and lasting recovery from personal bankruptcy”

  1. S. "legallysuthernred" Reply November 8, 2012 at 1:06 am
    25 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great read with bonuses, buy this and not the high dollar package!, April 15, 2008
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    S. “legallysuthernred” (CARSON CITY, NEVADA, United States) –
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    This review is from: Credit After Bankruptcy: The easy-to-follow guide to a quick and lasting recovery from personal bankruptcy (Hardcover)

    Note you CAN do the credit repair yourself, the author does give quite a bit to think about including the future of buying real estate w/ your continuing good credit to build security to wealth.

    DON’T bother w/ the full package the author tries to sell you. Most everything you will need is in this book. Also consider form letters which are edited. He doesn’t provide that (see how to make your credit sparkle) but does offer insights. A standard form letter edited will do or a basic credit repair software where all you have to do is enter info and print.

    All in all a good book but don’t let the hype and overkill of the author move you to spend hundreds of dollars on seminars to full packages when this is all that’s really needed… just say no to the infomercial!

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  2. Jeffrey Pavacic "Knows the Truth" Reply November 8, 2012 at 1:45 am
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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    The Whole Truth, September 6, 2012
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    This review is from: Credit After Bankruptcy: The easy-to-follow guide to a quick and lasting recovery from personal bankruptcy (Hardcover)

    Does the author disclose that he has declared bankruptcy 3 times?….most recently in July 2012. You have to wonder about the soundness of the advice of someone who seems to have difficulty handling his own finances.

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  3. 237 of 247 people found the following review helpful
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    Excellent and accurate resource, September 21, 1999
    By A Customer

    This book has been my light at the end of the tunnel. It took me approximately 4 wks. to research the book and understand it so I didn’t make any mistakes in filing inaccurate information but once I did the paperwork (all through the mail) it only took 1 wk. before the creditors meeting was set for 3 wks. later and the entire chapter 7 should be done within about 3 months. I was the only one present at my meeting without an attorney but my meeting as well as the 15 people before me only took 5 minutes each in front of the trustee. None of the creditors in any of the cases showed up except Sears in other cases but they just noted the information for their records. This is possible to do by yourself and for approximately $175.00 administrative and filing fees. No other costs have been incurred and I am on my way to a new start. Thank you so much!

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  4. D. Short "book lover" Reply November 8, 2012 at 2:22 am
    54 of 54 people found the following review helpful
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    This book saved me attorney’s fees! Worth its weight in gold, September 16, 2004
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    Kathleen (USA) –

    I can’t say enough wonderful things about this book!

    6 months ago I was contemplating bankruptcy. I searched for a book to help me and decided to buy this one. Honestly, I figured I’d read it, be more confused than ever and have to hire an attorney.

    That’s NOT what happened. I took a weekend and studied every page of this book and took notes. I filled out and filed my bankruptcy petition on my own. Today, I attended my creditor’s meeting. Now, in just 2 months, I’ll receive my discharge. All WITHOUT a lawyer!

    Filing bankruptcy without a lawyer is more time consuming, but the money saved is worth it. Just take your time and study this book and you’ll be fine.

    Thank you, Nolo. Buying this book was the best thing I’ve done this year.

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  5. 29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy to Follow Big Money Saver, August 25, 2004
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    I recently filed for bankruptcy using the book How to File a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. It told me where to file, what schedules to file, how to fill them out,what fees I would have to pay. By doing this, I saved myself over a $1000 that a lawyer quoted me if he were going to do it for me. Though meticulous and a bit detailed,the book is not hard to read. So, if you too want to file your bankruptcy yourself and save yourself a $1000, buy this book! I filed, paid my fees, attended the 5 minute bankruptcy hearing myself–all without any problem. It was a breeze!

    D.S.

    Chicago

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