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Conspiracy of Credit
by Corey P Smith Rating: 0.0

Conspiracy of Credit is a must read. Containing the most raw and comprehensive information you will ever find on credit, this book provides shocking answers to the questions of why the credit bureaus want you to have bad credit and why credit is assumedly for poor people. Conspiracy of Credit explains why identity theft is nothing more than a new product created by the credit bureaus and banks to make money. Further, this book tactfully breaks down the reason behind retail and grocery store loyalty cards as well as the use of re-identification software. The speed of light money age is here, and never before has any book provided a blueprint for the future of credit and banking.

Mouth Trap
Mouth Trap
by Jc Gallacher Rating: 0.0

Fresh from the pen of radical, angry poet comes Mouth Trap. A sometimes cynical but always honest ook at life, covering topics such as life after death, the corrupt world of international banking, love, romance and grittyt sex, you name it, Jed leaves no stone unturned in his debut work.

Stone has experimented in free form, fast flowing thought, totally unconstrained by convention and rules. This is creative poetry at its best!



by Theresa M. Moore Rating: 0.0

How to Publish and Market A Book or Ebook On a Shoestring Budget, 3rd Edition by Theresa M. Moore. A primer on the history of books and printing, and the basics of preparing a manuscript for publication; including the philosophy and discipline of publishing, marketing and selling, bookkeeping and other developments in digital publishing. Based on the author's years of experience in the print advertising and publishing field, accounting, bookkeeping and tax expertise. The methods in this book can be applied to the development of any product.

Keep Your Identity to Yourself! - Easy & Affordable Ways to Protect Your Identity
Keep Your Identity to Yourself! - Easy & Affordable Ways to Protect Your Identity
by William Craig Iii Rating: 0.0

You CAN Prevent Becoming a Victim of Identity Theft; This Book Will Show You How!

Who is this book for? Whether you want to prevent identity theft and fraud, or you have already been a victim, this timely guide will provide you with critical information you can use to fight back against what has been dubbed "the crime of the century!"

Keep Your Identity To Yourself, is for anyone and everyone interested in learning more about how to protect themselves (and others) from identity thieves, and fraud. These crimes are among the most heinous because they steal your identity; they steal your person, and often, your self-esteem and personal security.

The goal of Keep Your Identity to Yourself, is simple: to encourage you (the reader) to take action. Throughout the book, we provide links and valuable resources, including identity protection and restoration services you can use to help protect your identity, and that of your family. This easy to read, timely, and handy tool-kit will reveal:

• The five major types of identity theft
• Affordable services to protect or restore your identity
• How to protect your children from becoming victims
• So Much More!

Get your copy Now!!!

Unsolicited Advice---And What Not To Do:  A Guide for Avoiding Pitfalls that will ruin Your Life and Future
Unsolicited Advice---And What Not To Do: A Guide for Avoiding Pitfalls that will ruin Your Life and Future
by Jerry Johnson Rating: 0.0

Unsolicited Advice is a guide for young adults caught up in decision making about education, career, marriage, credit, saving money, and so on---. The basic idea is to inspire the creation of a workable life plan. Hopefully, readers will be stimulated to think and make their own viable choices. Two things in life are mostly irreversible, namely, the aimless passage of time and continual and reoccurring illogical errors in the thought processes. Long-term mistaken thinking leads to bad choices that in turn causes the loss of valuable time. An important methodology followed in Unsolicited Advice is to draw from a lifetime of experiences in order to illustrate how easy it is to slip into time-consuming chaos and crisis.

The probability of avoiding ultimate failure is greatly enhanced by drawing up a flexible life plan. The "advice" ranges all the way from caring for your parents to the hazards of nightlife. Most importantly, the reader is cautioned to be especially careful in the choice of a marriage partner. To avoid a serious loss of cumulative time, your spouse must be your partner in success or failure. Choosing a spouse that will judge you as incompetent or undesirable based on day to day failure is likely to bring on divorce. Some amount of failure in everyday life is to be expected. However, jumping the gun and running for divorce court will call out the greatest enemy of all, namely, the loss of a major portion of time.

The real tragedy of chaos and crisis is usually not the precipitating event itself. Rather, it is the loss of time that such events take away from an otherwise productive life. Some additional examples of events that can disrupt life and cause a serious loss of time are an illness, changing careers or the loss of a job. Lost time cannot be regained. It is gone forever. Not all loss of time can be prevented, but making the correct choices can cut losses to a minimum. Illnesses and the consequential loss of time can be greatly reduced by choosing a healthy lifestyle and not falling into bad habits that lead to disease and suffering. Changing careers should be for good cause only, such as the technological elimination of your previous work. The normal threat of job loss can be controlled by researching and selectively choosing an employer, and by self-discipline in the performance of work-related duties. The major point here is simply that our human exercise of choice controls our destiny in most instances.

As human beings, we are each allotted only so much time on earth in which to complete our chosen missions in life. The loss of time can be equated to the loss of life. Life is time, and time is life. The two are interchangeable. Based on the average life span, we can count on about fifty-seven years in which to complete our chosen missions after reaching early adulthood. It can be assumed that “early adulthood” begins around eighteen or twenty years of age. Depending upon the choice of a career, the opportunity to accumulate wealth may begin shortly after becoming an adult, or it may not commence until ten or fifteen years later.

The master plan should be in writing and for the owner's eyes-only. It should be completed as early as possible at the beginning of early adulthood. The plan is not written in stone. It can be changed. However, with frequent changes, the plan itself can become a hindrance to avoiding the unnecessary loss of time. For that reason, the plan is only worthwhile if it is carefully considered in the beginning. The master Plan, in order to be effective, must be taken seriously and with as few changes as possible.

Some other advice in the book includes buying a house in your early twenties, planning to be old while you are still young, avoiding dead end jobs, starting your own business, and numerous other questions or problems the young adult is likely to encounter. Unsolicited Advice is a mix of the practical and the philosophical. Through a thoughtful analysis of your abilities, desires and interests, you can create a master plan suited for you.

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