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Circle Magazine review of Circle Magazine review of "Talk Your Way Out of Credit Card Debt"
by Victoria Acroyear
I feel sorry for all of you poor bastards out there crippled with credit card debt, and even sorrier that I never had the opportunity to join you. 
Terry Rigg's review of Terry Rigg's review of "Talk Your Way Out of Credit Card Debt" by Scott Bilker
by Terry Rigg
I give this book my full recommendation! I've never seen a more detailed how-to book. If you have a credit card, you need this book!
Entrepreneur Books' review of Entrepreneur Books' review of "Talk Your Way Out of Credit Card Debt"
by Peter Hupalo
Talk Your Way Out of Credit Card Debt: Phone Calls To Banks That Saved More Than $43,000 In Interest Charges and Fees! by consumer-advocate Scott Bilker shows people how to negotiate with credit card companies to reduce or eliminate fees, lower interest rates, and deal with credit card disputes and billing errors.
Fearless Books review of Fearless Books review of "Talk Your Way Out of Credit Card Debt"
by D. Patrick Miller
Despite the exhortations of finance counselors everywhere, substantial credit card debt is a fact of life for millions of people. And for some micro-businesses, it is the most viable form of continuous financing.
Fearless Books review of Fearless Books review of "Credit Card and Debt Management"
by D. Patrick Miller
Like thousands of small business entrepreneurs, I went to my local bank for a start-up loan when I decided to become an independent publisher. Like many of those same entrepreneurs, I got the cold shoulder when it came to financing an enterprise that had passion rather than profit as a central motivation.
Review of Review of "Credit Card and Debt Management" by Scott Bilker
by Sue Seppo
Although this slim book has only 140 pages, including the index, don't expect to read and digest this in an hour. To become a debt manager, you must do more than read this book, you will have to actually do the work! There's that awful word: work.
Dollar Stretcher review of Dollar Stretcher review of "Credit Card and Debt Management" by Scott Bilker
by Gary Foreman
The book reads a little bit like a textbook. Each chapter includes examples and ends with exercises. This is not a quick tour. Rather it is for those who want to take control over their debts. The book is 144 pages including twenty one pages of tables.
Mary Hunt's review of Mary Hunt's review of "Credit Card and Debt Management"
by Mary Hunt
I've located a dandy system for calculating the time remaining on a loan (complete with all of the hard stuff already worked out in user-friendly tables) in a book: Credit Card and Debt Management by Scott Bilker.
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