The Nine Rules of Credit - How to Start, Rebuild, and Always Maintain Great Credit (What the Average Joe Needs to Know, 1) Paperback – 2012
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After seven years as a Mortgage Broker, I had finally had enough of watching the Average Joe forced to pay thousands more in excess rates and fees, all because no one had taught them the rules of credit. These good, hardworking people were paying their bills ontime, but like most North American’s, had no idea there were 8 other rules to this credit game that no one had ever explained. I needed to do something about it. What do you do when you’re declined for financing, or are a victim of fraud and credit errors? What do you do when you have no credit, or are trying to repair damaged credit? Where do North Americains find answers to these questions? Millions of us have nowhere to turn for help. Professionals in the financial industry often don’t have the time, the incentive, or even the knowledge to help. That's why I wrote The Nine Rules of Credit – How to Start, Rebuild, and Always Maintain Great Credit. It is a combination of insider secrets, money saving tips, and how to reverse engineer the credit scoring model to your advantage. Written so the Average Joe can easily apply all 9 rules of credit, and play the game to win!
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Since I watched a video on our system, I bought the book, and now tell everyone that I come into contact with about this book and how it will save them so much money and time and... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love this book! Easy to follow, and easy to apply! I really loved how I was taught information I had no clue about and was able to share with so many!Published 20 months ago by Hahaha
A good book on the Canadian credit system and how to keep things on the up and up. Chapters are short sweet and to the point making it easy to sneak in a full chapter at breaks.Published on Aug. 26 2014 by Justin
I loved it. It was written well. Every Canadian needs a copy of this book. It explains credit in a way I have never seen before now.Published on April 20 2014 by Calgary Dad
Great book to 1) understand your credit rating 2) find out how it affects you financially and 3) fix it!Published on Feb. 13 2014 by MFortGarry
Many aspects of the credit world are explained in this book. I recommend it to beginners and experts alike. Especially beginners.Published on Dec 25 2013 by Ray Anderson
Richard is an expert in the field of credit and rebuilding it. He provides amazing service and education. Read morePublished on Nov. 26 2013 by mike hansen
I loved the way the author puts all the facts & information about credit & the credit system into plain everyday language. Read morePublished on Nov. 6 2013 by keith scott