Dallas, TX, February 21, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- The National Financial Awareness Network, a Dallas-based financial literacy company, is offering a sample chapter of its popular “How To Get Great Credit! Easily get the credit you need to get the loan you want” e-book to interested consumers.
“How To Get Great Credit!” is a 50-page e-book that explains how credit reporting and credit scoring works, how to obtain your credit report, how to dispute errors on your credit report and how to safeguard your credit. The e-book includes tips for removing erroneous negative information and feeding positive credit information into your credit report. Such information is vital for consumers who want to understand the credit system and benefit from the financial advantages of having good credit.
“We’ve received great responses from our credit guide,” says John Janney, president of NFAN. “We are hoping that this free sample chapter will help get the guide into the hands of more consumers who can truly benefit from the valuable information it provides.”
The free sample chapter is bundled with a series of 99 financial tips that are delivered for free via email. Interested consumers simply need to enter their name and email address and then click on a confirmation link they will receive via email. Once a subscriber confirms his or her email address and subscription to the 99 free financial tips, a link to the sample chapter is sent. Afterwards, subscribers will enjoy free financial tips every-other day, but are able to unsubscribe if they no longer want to receive the free financial tips.
“American consumers need to become more financially literate,” Janney continues. “Our series of 99 financial tips and the free sample chapter of our credit e-book will provide a lot of valuable information to help consumers be more money-savvy.”
Interested consumers can apply for their free sample chapter of “How To Get Great Credit!” and subscribe to the 99 financial tips by going to nfan.com/99tips. The free chapter and free subscription requires email confirmation to prevent abuse of the offer. Subscribers can unsubscribe at any time if they no longer want to continue receiving free financial tips.
The National Financial Awareness Network, Inc., is a Dallas-based financial literacy company that offers educational products and services related to personal finance, such as the popular Do-It-Yourself Debt Settlement Kit. The New York State Banking Department lists NFAN’s www.HelpForDebtors.com in their Financial Educational Resources Directory. For more information, please visit their website at www.nfan.com.