Terry Rigg's review of "Talk Your Way Out of Credit Card Debt" by Scott Bilker
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I give this book my full
I've never seen a more detailed
how-to book. If you have a credit card, you need this book!
I think Scott outdid himself on this
one. Almost everyone I know, and myself included, has been
intimidated by credit card banks. To have an actual script to follow
for all situations will be a godsend to a lot of people.
Talk Your Way Out of Credit Card
Debt is the one book that every credit card holder should have.
There's no reason for us to pay the high interest and late fees
these banks charge. Now, with Scott's book, we don't have to.
The majority of people that have
credit cards have had to deal with the credit card banks at one time
or the other. When you deal with these banks you get the feeling
that there is nothing anybody can do about anything.
While reading Talk Your Way Out of
Credit Card Debt, I started to realize where I was making my
mistakes dealing with the banks. I plan to use some of these tactics
on my own credit card banks.
In fact this book made me review my
statements and, believe it or not, I found a charge of over $29 for
credit card protection I hadn't asked for. I got it stopped and will
be working on getting a refund for three past charges.
Who would have ever thought about a
training manual for the rest of us to use when trying to get a
problem solved concerning our credit cards? Well, the answer to that
is Scott Bilker and I'm certainly glad that he did--it took him
years to compile this information.
As you start reading Scott's book you
will discover ways to start reducing your debt immediately. He even
tells you what to say when you are trying to settle with a credit
card bank at less than the full balance. How many of us would know
what to say?
I don't know about you but I'm going
to be on the phone to my credit card banks on a regular basis thanks