4 out of 4 stars
Share This Review
For this review, I read Debt Cleanse by Jorge P. Newbery. This book has fifteen chapters following a prologue and introduction. There are also sections with forms and further information. The first three chapters explain how debts and creditors exist and how they should be perceived. There also specific steps to be taken before following the step-by-step guidance in the rest of the book. Every type of debt is discussed, from mortgages to judgments. Each debt specific chapter outlines a game plan to follow and eliminate debt.
I discovered this book to possess significant information! It was extremely comprehensive and easy to follow. Like many people, I’m a divorced mom of two that has had issues with debt haunting me. I explored many ways to represent myself against creditors. There is a plethora of information on the internet. However, this book is the most comprehensive source I have discovered. The information is definitely valid, as I’ve employed similar techniques. My only wish is I’d found this book sooner!
I gave this book a 4 out of 4 stars. It appeared professionally edited. There were a few typos, mostly in the forms included in the Action Tools chapter. The errors weren’t distracting. Forms can be tedious, so a few errors were expected. Since this book is so comprehensive and valid, with very few errors, it deserved the highest rating.
The concept I liked most about this book is how comprehensive the chapters and step-by-step action plans are. What I disliked the most was being unable to obtain the forms in a word doc! I suppose nothing worth having comes easy and the tools are there for us to use as we see fit. We merely have to put forth the effort.
This book is intended and suitable for any person that has found themselves in trouble with debt. The people that would be most interested in this book would be ones that have had trouble with any kind of debt and are willing to be patient and work at it. I believe in repaying what I owe. I also don’t condone amassing debt with the plan to walk away. I do, however, know what hard times I have faced. We shouldn’t kill ourselves trying to mitigate some debts. This book provides the tools and plans to decrease that stress. Out of all of the information I have found, this book is the best resource.
View: on Bookshelves | on Amazon
Like ccundall2130's review? Post a comment saying so!