AskTani Cyber Monday Special Deal
AskTani how to complete your road-map for creating and leveraging money to stop money leaks and enhance your credit scores!
Do not miss out on Tani’s Cyber Monday Special deal! Regularly priced at $497.00, this Naked Credit Financial Course is now only $48.50!
You can end the year feeling confident with your finances and gaining breakthrough training that will impact your bottom-line! Get a head start on your 2016 New Year’s Resolution goals of building your finances by joining me in the comfort of your home on December 14th, at 7:00 p.m. EST! This teleseminar will end promptly at 8:30 p.m. EST!
This seminar will include these Key Focal Points:
- Where you stand with your money.
- The incorrect beliefs you have about money.
- From procrastinating to taking action!
- How increasing your credit will impact your bottom-line.
- Changing your spending plan to increase your cash flow by $200.00 each month!
- Creating wealth through financial possibilities.
- Bonus: 2016 Money affirmations that will create abundance in your life
- Bonus: Naked Credit Financial Course E-Book FULL of Solving Financial Obstacles that will impact your scores.
Confident you want to take part of this seminar, but unsure of what you should ask? Feel welcomed to AskTani these common FAQs!
Common Question #1: If I declare bankruptcy does my credit report become a clean slate?
No! Declaring bankruptcy does not erase bad credit! For their own interest, some bankruptcy attorneys may not adequately explain the effects of bankruptcy to their clients, leading to misconceptions.
Common Question #2: How legal is credit repair?
It’s 100% legal! In fact, it is the best way to exercise your rights under the Federal Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act. These laws also provide each of us with a checks and balance system, giving us the right to question the validity, accuracy, and ownership of the information being reported about us and sold to others.
Common Question #3: Can information really be corrected or deleted from my credit reports?
Absolutely! If information is not 100% accurate, misleading, outdated, obsolete, or can no longer be verified, by federal law it must be updated or removed.