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Sales Calls on your cell phone!

22 October 2008

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If you’re like me, you’ve tightened your belt and taken steps to avoid any unnecessary expenses.   Even if you’re doing well, wasting money is just plain stupid. I just got word the FTC is releasing all cell numbers to telemarketing companies.  If you get sales calls, you will be charged for these calls.  Imagine […]

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Foreclosure Avoidance & Credit Expert to Address Foreclosure Crisis at Fontana Community Center

16 October 2008

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      A free emergency workshop is being held for all homeowners who want to keep their homes; they just need an adjustment in their mortgage allowing them to keep their homes and help getting back on their feet. In the next 2-3 years to discuss strategies there will be even more homes going in […]

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How Treasury’s Plan Will Affect Consumers

15 October 2008

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U.S.News & World ReportHow Treasury’s Plan Will Affect ConsumersTuesday October 14, 1:09 pm ET By Kimberly Palmer It looks like the Treasury Department won’t just be buying bad mortgage debt with that $700 billion–it’s going to be pumping big bucks directly in the banking system. Like $250 billion. And Uncle Sam is also going to […]

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BofA finally get’s it right!

10 October 2008

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Well, it looks like promising news for Countrywide mortgage holders, BofA is going to start helping them, hopefully it works the way it supposed to! Read article from Money Magazine below. If you currently have mortgage that you would like to get loan modifications visit www.CarlosSamaniego.com to watch video on loan modifications and to get […]

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The Truth About Credit Repair

3 October 2008

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I get this question all the time from client and homeowners, does Credit Repair really work, do I really need to hire a credit repair agency to help fix my credit, the answer is NO if you know what you are doing? You can learn about 90% of what you need to learn for a […]

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