How To Fight Debt Collectors And Win!

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Are you tired of calls from collection agencies? Are you worried about what will happen if you don't talk to them? Would you like a solution? In this inspiring and sometimes funny book, you learn what to say and when to talk to them. You'll also learn what letters to write, how to write the letters, and who to address them to. Read this book now and get these jerks off your back! More

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About Merl K. Miller

Okay. I wrote the book so you could call this a miniature autobiography. I have been an entrepreneur or salesman for over 40 years.

This is not my first book. Between 1976 and 1986, I wrote 27 books on computers and robots.

From 1987 to 2013, I was a financial advisor specializing in middle class families. During that time, I met with thousands of families in their homes. Yes, it was thousands. I met more than 200 families a year. I learned some things about how people think about money and what they do about it.

In addition, I had all kinds of fancy education that has little or nothing to do with you and your family. For instance, I took a 3 year Certified Financial Planner course. It was mostly mathematics. It was like the algebra you learned in high school. I never used it.

For years, I heard about how bad collection agencies are but I really didn't know how bad they were until I experienced it myself. My story is in the first chapter of How To Fight Debt Collectors And Win!

The first thing I learned is that the “experts” including me were wrong. I gave the same bad advice about debt collectors that everyone else does. For instance, I told people to call the collection agency and try to solve the problem. That is a really bad advice. Don’t do it!

Debt management is simple (that doesn't mean it is easy). I knew I could show people how to get out of debt. I had been doing that for years. Dealing with debt collectors is not the same as getting out of debt so I knew I needed to give my clients better advice.

When I really understood how to deal with debt collectors, I knew I had to write a book. I wish somebody had told me this information seven years ago. It would have saved me some serious money and a lot of grief!

What really irritates me about debt collectors is their lack of respect for you. They don't seem to care about anyone. I know that I do. I would like to help you deal with these jerks.


Review by: Josh Cintron on Nov. 25, 2013 :
This candid, insightful and funny book about debt collection is a classic! As a financial pundit myself, I’ve helped people get out of debt by following basic principles in the financial world – live below your means, create a budget and stick to it!

To stay abreast of financial methodologies, I generally sift through financial books that provide successful methodologies. Merl Miller is seasoned, serving in the capacity of insurance agent and investment advisor, therefore spending a few dollars to gain a bit of wisdom is money well spent.

Money is scarce, so society thinks. Fighting off debt collectors may be a reality for most, but it doesn’t have to. Do yourself a favor, drop a few dollars and learn from a proven financial advisor. Nothing’s more valuable than an investment in education.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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