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Credit Repair Reading List: 3 Must-Reads

October 12th, 2012 · No Comments · Credit Repair

by Kristy Welsh

(Last Updated On: February 26, 2018)

Whether you’re just delving into credit repair research or you’ve been at it for months, even years, you know there is a plethora of information out there. Fortunately, you need not wade through it all to get to the good stuff, a blessing considering that much of what you find out there is confusing, or just plain wrong. Save yourself some time, and maybe even some errors, by getting straight to the good stuff first:

1) Good Credit Is Sexy [BOOK]. This is THE definitive book on the importance of good credit, how to get it, and how to keep it. And I’m not just saying that because our very own CreditInfocenter founder Kristy Welsh wrote it. Published in 2001 and now in its fourth edition, Good Credit Is Sexy includes everything you need to know about credit repair, but presented in a simple, easy-to-read and understand format. Sections include credit basics, credit cards, mortgages, protecting your credit, and an entire section on repairing and rebuilding your credit. The last section – repairing and rebuilding your credit – covers debt validation; vacating a judgment; and suing creditors, collection agencies and credit bureaus that violate your rights.

2) Repair Your Own Credit: Do-It-Yourself Guide [ARTICLE]. Though you may hire an agency to help you repair your credit, there is nothing they can do that you cannot do for yourself. This article walks you through the process, step-by-step, including how to analyze your credit report, how to dispute negative listings, and how to analyze responses from the credit reporting agencies.

3) Credit Repair Forum. This is an online forum right here at CreditInfocenter.com where thousands of people have found help and hope from others in similar situations. Every day new threads are posted on a wide range of topics, providing an interactive supplement for any questions you may encounter in your research and/or throughout the credit repair process.

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