Give Me Back My Credit

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In Give Me Back My Credit Denise Richardson relates how her credit was ruined by a series of arithmetic errors by her bank (and the bank’s refusal to take responsibility). She also explains a variety of laws that affect consumers.

Paul Bland, at the Consumer Law & Policy blog, gave this book a very enthusiastic review, calling her story “powerful” and her legal explanations “straightforward and very readable.” Check out Ms. Richardson’s website for resources and links as well as information about the book.

Mr. Bland also recommends Evan Hendrick’s Credit Scores and Credit Reports, and Remar Sutton’s guide to car buying, Don’t Get Taken Every Time.

[Editor’s Note: we want to give credit to Denise Howell for putting so many treats this week for shlep in her Bag & Baggage Howell-o-ween II edition of Blawg Review #81.]

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