The Truth About Credit is current, cohesive and thorough. It begins with the basics-defining credit, explaining its value to consumers and businesses, and introducing the key parties that keep the process successfully operating-but then covers more complex topics, including credit laws, credit scoring and credit repair. The central portion of the book tackles three topics that are constantly in the news of late-identity theft/fraud, credit repair, and credit scoring-then shifts to an explanation of credit laws, consumer credit counseling and, most importantly, correcting errors on credit reports. There are a plethora of books out there promising to show consumers how to repair their credit. There is only one that explains credit from the first step of establishing it, through the many steps involved with maintaining it and managing it, to, yes, fixing it when it's broken- The Truth About Credit.Equifax, Experian and Trans Union are all known as credit- reporting companies, but some clarification is necessary. ... Often, consumers contact credit-reporting agencies with the assumption that they are debt collectors working on behalf ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Insider's Guide to Credit Repair|
|Author||:||K. E. Varner|
|Publisher||:||Career Press - 2005|