Saturday, March 3, 2012

Book giveaway: 'Credit 911'

Ever feel like your credit was a disaster?

Author Rodney Anderson has a book for that, "Credit 911: Secrets and Strategies to Saving Your Financial Life" (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., August 2010, $24.95, 207 pp.)

The book provides useful information about dealing with credit cards, divorce, bankruptcy and collections agents, in plain language.

About the book:
Truth is, there’s no secret to spending and saving wisely. Rather, living a financially secure lifestyle is as simple as taking time-proven steps today to solve past credit problems, whole also preparing for a financially successful future. Others have done it. Anyone can do it. So can you. You just need someone to show you how.  In Credit 911, Rodney Anderson does just that. Rodney tackles tough topics such as how to navigate through marriage, divorce, bankruptcy, foreclosure, dealing with collection agencies, the dangers and pitfalls of online shopping, protecting consumers’ identities, and many others that get to the heart of America’s financial and credit meltdown.

In order to avoid a credit meltdown, Anderson’s effective guide to achieving financial security has the answers you’re looking for.  He offers people of all skill levels and ages effective strategies and tips for dealing with general credit problems and surviving the present credit crisis. Credit 911 successfully teaches its readers how to:
  • Deal with collection agencies on your own terms
  • Understand the credit system from an insider's perspective
  • Defend against the deceptive practices of credit card companies
  • Boost your credit score and effectively monitor your credit
  • Find your financial Mr. or Mrs. Right
  • Avoid financial disaster when getting divorced
  • Pick the right mortgage lender and Realtor
  • Recover from bankruptcy and foreclosure
About the author:
Rodney Anderson is a recognized expert, consumer advocate, author, and active member of YPO International. He is creator of the Medical Debt Relief Act of 2009, a bill that has taken on the Fair Credit Reporting Act and made its way to the U.S. House and Senate with a combined 114 co-sponsors. The bill was created to protect consumers from suffering long term effects of medical collection debt. The passing of this bill will mandate that, once a medical collection is paid or settled, it would be completely removed from the consumer’s credit report within 45 days versus the current law, which is 7 years. Anderson is the country’s #1 producer of FHA / VA loans, and the second highest originator of overall mortgage loans in the U.S. Anderson remains active at the grassroots level as an executive director with Supreme Lending, located in Plano, Texas, where he assists and counsels thousands of individuals each year.

Win the book:
Would you like to win this book? Comment on this blog and be sure to include your email address. I will contact the winner, who will be selected at random, via email.   

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