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FAQ

Q. Why does the book title say I settled my debt from $212,000 to $30,000 but the webpage say I settled my debt to $15,000?

A. Because I settled another credit card! In the book, I described how I settled five of my seven credit card accounts and just recently I settled another account, a $22,500 balance for only $5000. That's just 22%. You can read about it in my blog. Click on the blog tab on the left.



Q. Is my story true?

A. Yes. 100% true. Everything that I discuss in the book I actually did.



Q. What banks did I settle with?

A. I have chosen not to identify the actual banks that each settlement was made with. However, I will truthfully state that every one of my seven credit card accounts or business lines of credit were with major, U.S. banks and credit card issuers that you have heard of, that you probably have a card with.



Q. What do I mean by I "saved" $115,000?

A. I reached agreements with my banks and credit card issuers to settle my accounts "in full" for far less than I owed. $115,000 is the total amount of my debt that was written-off in the settlements.



Q. Do I do speaking engagements?

A. Yes. I am an experienced public speaker and available for private and public appearances to talk about about how I settled my credit cards and how you can, too. Please write to me at info@SettleYourCreditCards.com to talk about an appearance.



Q. Are there other ways to reduce debt besides settling?

A. Yes. There are many ways to reduce debt. Settling is the method I used and therefore the method I am most anxious to discuss.






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