Book: Owing! 5 Lessons on Surviving Your Debt Living in a Culture of Credit by G. William McDonaldcategories: Book, Self-Help, Debt Solutions, Debt Negotiation, Bankruptcy, Credit, Financial Help, Debt Help, Debt
G. William McDonaldabout this book: The author, one of America's first dually certified debt and credit counseling specialists, is a retired executive from one of the nation's largest settlement firms. This book is his way of saying thank you for the service he has been privileged to give to thousands of individuals and families in debt over the years..
Incensed by the excessive charges and often hidden fees imposed by debt settlement firms, this author decided it was past time for those most in need to be able to receive help at little or no cost.
No puff or BS, this is a book that will show you every single way that you, as someone struggling with debt, can become debt free without having to pay exorbitant fees for questionable services.
Since legalese is confusing there are "In English" sections which translate the law-speak into easily understandable paragraphs.
Short, incisive sections filled with facts, history and red flags to beware of, "Owing! 5 Lessons on Surviving Your Debt in a Culture of Credit", is destined to become the benchmark for all forms of debt relief and the standard by which other, self-promotional books, will be judged.
Complete with links and references to many free outside services and source materials, you can be comfortable in the knowledge that what you are reading is the current state of the industry.
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