Do you know what is on your credit report? Are you sure? Most people have no idea, but what you don’t know can definitely hurt you. Even if you’ve never missed a payment there could be small mistakes that can lead to big problems. Don’t leave yourself at the mercy of credit repair scam artists who make big promises that they can’t keep. You can do it yourself, this book will show you how to: - Fix your own credit report - Avoid credit repair scams - Improve your credit score - Handle annoying collection calls - Negotiate with your creditors - Protect yourself from Identity Theft There is so much information out there about credit and identity theft; however most of it does not apply to Canadians. This revised and updated Canadian best seller sets the record straight. Written by Mike Morley, “Credit for Canadians” uses clear, easy-to-understand language to guide people who are looking for ways to recover from a financial setback, put their plan for financial freedom on the fast track, or simply understand how the Canadian credit industry works.
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