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Conspiracy of Credit Paperback – November 1, 2013
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About the Author
Corey P. Smith is a noted author and credit awareness expert who has used the lessons learned from his unforgettable life experiences to position him as one of the nation’s foremost trailblazers in his arena. He is widely known as a credible, highly knowledgeable and invaluable resource. Smith is the author of How to Outsmart the Credit Bureaus and his latest release, The Conspiracy of Credit. He is also author of the documentary, “Credit is for Poor People.” A native of Memphis, Tennessee, Smith graduated from Tennessee State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology. He is a former high school History teacher, corrections officer and Navy veteran. After finding himself living in an unfurnished apartment (that was not in his name) that had no electrical power, he realized a change must come in his life. This realization was the catalyst that led him on a quest that ultimately equipped him to effectively promote social economic awareness. Today, Smith dedicates his time to providing credit awareness and educational empowerment by sharing his expertise with as many audiences as he can. The difference between him and other financial advisors is this, “I simply provide people with information they can use rather than offer them a solution to the problem that just may or may not work for them. Knowledge is power, and I am pleased to share knowledge that has been tested and tried.” For more information on Corey P. Smith, visit him online at www.conspiracyofcredit.com
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It alluded to some good information, but he held back a lot of practical know how, that he should of shared more of, kind of left you wondering the steps to take...
Granted various locations are different, but still he could of gave just a little more hands-on-how-to-do, but overall I am happy with it!!!!
(but I have some experiences with dealing with some things and I have learned a lot in different areas, so that makes me a little different then the average user possibly, but it would have made it a 5 star rating and a lot more I would say if he would have put just a little more in the book, cause you do feel "taken for a little ride" in the end, just a little bit, but it is what it is, I look forward to the next book and hope it gives a lot more!!!!)
I read A LOT of books, and I know that some authors will try to hype up a book with a certain title and/or cover just to get people to take a look at it. Let's face it: the subject of credit is NOT sexy, so I could kind of understand if Smith was just trying to get it more attention and not have as much substance to back up the bold title.
Well, I must say after reading the book (and this is another example of why you shouldn't judge a book by its cover), this book was not just well-written but shared some information that I think individuals of all walks of life can appreciate.
At the core of the book's message is the simple truth that too many individuals, especially those with little means, are enslaved to debt. There can be a real conversation as to whose fault that might be, but I think it goes without saying that sometimes we make choices without thinking and end up in a situation that we could have never imagined.
The great thing is that we don't have to stay there. We can move forward and even get rid of the debt and the shame that is holding us down. It really is a choice, and when you do what Smith outlines in the book you are better informed to make choices that can help you.
Smith gives you some valuable tips that can help you back the hold that debt has on your life. It requires you to be proactive and make bold steps but if you are persistent and serious about improving your credit score and your quality of life then you definitely need to give it a read.