The true advantage of downloading a book like this is the fact that there is no hidden agenda... this book was researched, written and presented with no affiliations with any company whatsoever and was intended to give the reader just the facts.
Minneapolis, Minnesota (PRWEB) February 11, 2013
CreditScoreResource.com launches e-book Understanding Credit Reports. This is the first of nine e-books to be offered absolutely free. Understanding Credit Reports is full of helpful tips and step-by-step instructions for everyone who has questions about obtaining and understanding credit score rating information.
For many people, credit score ratings is a very confusing subject. Most people don’t have the time to figure out how to get their credit scores for free. Often people end up paying to get their credit reports only to find that all that data is difficult to interpret. How can I get a free credit report? What is included in a credit report? What does each section of the credit report mean? CreditScoreResource.com has the answers to these and many other questions in this free download, with more information to come in the rest of the free series of credit score ratings e-books.
Ethel Wilson, editor and contributor to CreditScoreResource.com and author of Understanding Credit Reports states, “This book is the result of hundreds of hours of research and I’m happy to say that the response has been overwhelmingly positive. The true advantage of downloading a book like this is the fact that there is no hidden agenda. With many other credit score information books out there, you’ll find that you have to pay a lot for very little information and you’ll find that the information is presented in a way that subtly sells a particular credit service or product. That is not the case here; this book was researched, written and presented with no affiliations with any company whatsoever and was intended to give the reader just the facts.”
The first e-book, Understanding Credit Reports, is full of helpful advice and tips. Some of the resources discussed in the book:
- What exactly is a credit report?
- What are the differences in credit reporting agencies, Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax?
- How to get an annual free credit report?
- Why is it important to understand what’s on a credit report?
It would be nice if the credit reporting agencies sent everyone in a America their credit reports, but the reality is it is quite confusing to obtain and understand credit reports. Understanding Credit Reports is the key to getting and interpreting copies of credit reports.
Ethel Wilson goes on to say, "It's really important that everyone understands what's in their credit reports, I deliberately sized the book so that it's easy to read on an iPad mini, iPad, iPhone, Android, Blackberry and any other mobile device out there. I wanted the book to be accessible to everyone."
Before getting a loan, it’s important to fully understand credit score ratings and how those numbers affect the interest rate, amount of credit and financial standing of the average consumer. Understanding Credit Reports takes the guesswork out of credit scores.