My favorite part of the book is the first chapter where Liz illustrates the difference in borrowing costs for someone with a good credit and a bad credit. She details how Karen, who has less than perfect credit, ends up paying $320,000 more to use credit than Emily, who has a better credit history.
Who This Book is For
- Detailed, comprehensive information on credit scores.
- Includes information on repairing and improving a damaged credit score.
- Gives practical advice on working with creditors, credit bureaus, and debt collectors.
- Easy to understand.
- Because of the depth of the details, this is not a quick read.
- No forms or template letters for creditors and debt collectors are included.
- Chapter 1: Why Your Credit Score Matters
- Chapter 3: VantageScore - A Revolution or Just More of the Same?
- Chapter 7: Rebuilding Your Score After a Credit Disaster
- Chapter 9: Emergency! Fixing Your Credit Score Fast