Get Out of Debt Guy

How to Get Out of Debt Without Getting Scammed and What to Do if You Have Been

Posted August 5, 2013

I just released my latest book which is free for WRAL readers. You can download the book for free, here.

It's tough enough to have to face financial problems, but how do you make sure you can trust someone to help you? This book gives you clear instructions about what to look for when turning to someone for help with money troubles, financial problems, and getting out of debt.

Many people simply entrust the first person or company they find that seems trustworthy, but will they really help or just take your money? When you are down and in trouble with debt isn't the time to learn a hard practical lesson about what not to do. Be smart and get the information to be a wise consumer so you don't get scammed.

Readers will be able to feel much more confident they are making good choices and smart decisions about how to deal with their debt by following the steps clearly laid out in this book.

If someone has already been burned or scammed, this book gives a step-by-step guide on how to try to get a refund and what to do if the debt relief company does not want to be reasonable about letting you out or giving you a refund.

Steve Rhode
WRAL Get Out of Debt Guy

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  • tjdebord Aug 7, 2013

    common tater, the advice is in the book which is clearly linked here and is referenced in the article. Not sure what more you want from the article.

  • common tater Aug 6, 2013

    An article with no advice in it...just to build readership for the author?

About this Blog:

Steve Rhode has had careers in opthalmology, real estate and as the head of a nonprofit debt counseling firm. On his blog, he offers hard-won, free advice about getting out of debt, consolidation and making the right choices as you manage your money.