08-05-2007 06:24 PM
05-21-2013 04:30 PM
First of all, unless you used this book, you would have no idea on what you are talking about. I used this book and raised my credit score by over 190 points in 5 months. So there goes your theory. So the book was worth every penny I spent to purchase it. Have a great day and good luck. Neal
05-21-2013 05:03 PM
Thank you. I noticed that but the matter of fact is the previous comments had no facts backing up the Credit Secrets Bible, just opinions. I just wanted to state a fact from a very happy consumer that purchased this book and used it. Thanks anyway! Neal
05-21-2013 06:55 PM
How coincidental that something I was thinking about would pop up in the forum. I used Credit Secrets Bible back in 2007 to help me fight back, and it worked. I was able to keep Cohen & Slamowitz (c/o Discover) at bay, and the bureaus were speedy in correcting my information.
I am very grateful that I found this forum though, for as much as I liked CSB, it is expensive. You pay for access to their forums. I haven't renewed in years.
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