Credit Info Center Launches ABC's of Credit Repair Video Series
PHOENIX, AZ--(Marketwire - January 8, 2010) - (LSI) - Consumer credit advocate Kristy Welsh, CEO of CreditInfoCenter.com, has just announced the launch of a new viral video series called "ABC: All 'Bout Credit". The 12-part series was designed to build upon the history of CreditInfoCenter.com and its service of providing consumers with information and other resources free of charge, in order to deal with a wide variety of credit issues. "ABC: All 'Bout Credit" will begin airing January 8th, 2010 on CreditInfoCenter.com.
"ABC: All 'Bout Credit" was shot in the style of an educational children's program and uses humor to explore difficult and often emotionally charged subjects of credit in an informative, non-threatening way. The "how-to" series features Kristy Welsh and a friendly puppet co-host, irreverently named Nookie, discussing topics including improving one's credit score, the process of disputing and removing negative items from a credit report, the 'means tests' that must be passed to qualify for bankruptcy, and more. The series was directed by Blue Nelson, produced by Brendan Davis (who also voices Nookie), and executive produced by Johnny Royal.
Kristy Welsh's knowledge of the credit industry is a result of her personal experiences learning to repair and manage her own previously damaged credit. In addition to founding CreditInfoCenter.com, Welsh is also the author of "Good Credit Is Sexy," a tongue-in-cheek guide that shares her journey from being a bewildered single mother with a seriously damaged credit rating to her present position as an authority with a 780 credit score. In both the book and the series, Welsh cautions against overextended consumers getting themselves deeper into a financial hole by spending upwards of thousands of dollars on credit repair services. Instead, Welsh is an advocate of showing readers and viewers everything they need to know to make such changes themselves, many of which can be made for the cost of a postage stamp.
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