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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by JUSTIN, Feb 13, 2001.
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I've read it. It's the best thing I've ever seen written on the subject.
I consult with a number of credit repair firms including Lexington Law Firm, so I've been around the credit repair industry for a while.
So, I've read all the books and this one ranks right at the top. Follow Stephen Snyder's instructions and you'll do well.
For anyone who doesn't know, that book can be purchased at Amazon.com, B&N.com and at http://www.afterbankruptcy.com (where I got mine.)
yes. in fact, it the best book i've ever written. : )
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The book is great (it helped my far more than my attorney did), but the free seminar featuring Stephen Snyder is even better. (The Snyders even pay for parking.) If you have been through a BK or are considering one, you should go.
Unfortunately, the web site no longer lists the locations of upcoming seminars. But go to the site (http://www.afterbankruptcy.com) and email the staff to see if there is a seminar coming to your area.
PS -- Another nice thing about the seminars is realizing you are not alone.