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The Debt Consolidation Myth By Alexis Moran
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The Debt Consolidation Myth - The Ultimate Debt Consolidation Plan To Help You Get Debt And Financially Free While Still Living Your Life Debt consolidation is something that scares many people and... More > has a fearsome reputation. It is often sold as the solution to all your financial troubles by people who are standing to make a lot of money out of you. Debt consolidation, however, can be a good way to make your monthly loan repayments more manageable, while helping to lower your overall interest rates. In this guide, we’ll help you to understand the principles of debt consolidation, we’ll bust the myth of debt consolidation as the magic solution to your money woes, and we’ll give you a realistic guide towards getting debt free.< Less
Network Marketing Autoresponder Email Messages - Financial Woes Pack By David Williams
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This book contains a professionally written email drip campaign of 30 powerful, engaging and entertaining persuasive email/autoresponder messages focused on your prospects’ ‘Financial... More > Woes’ and how YOU can help your prospect solve them. You have a prospect who is looking to solve THEIR problem, which is lack of money. They need money, income, some light at the end of the tunnel, cash, maybe some dough to save their home... They are awake all night worrying about their debt because they are in financial trouble. This book contains 30 well-crafted powerfully written emails that and fun and engaging and will suggest and reinforce to your prospect that YOU are the answer to their financial problems using proven psychological and persuasion techniques. Start dripping on your list with these professionally written email messages – each crafted to have your prospect motivated to reach out and call YOU as an answer to their Financial Woes!< Less
Corliss Online Financial Mag By Irvin Carrasco
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Tokyo investors will stay focused on the US government shutdown next week, as fears grow it could lead to a devastating debt default and strike a huge blow to the global economy.