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January 25, 2006


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I've seen a lot of people get sucked into these sorts of scams; they say that desperation leads to stupidity, and that's true. Being in debt is a horrible feeling, and there are solutions to the problem. One of those solutions is to remember that if something sounds too good to be true the likelihood is that it is too good to be true. It's just like those scams that offer to fix your credit by repeatedly disputing factually correct information - it's not only wrong, it's illegal. There are lots of ways to legally and safely correct credit reporting errors, get out of debt, and take control of your wallet - none of these scams will accomplish those goals.

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