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Building Credit Score, Engineering Up a Tidal Wave of Momentum (for FICO Credit Score)

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By Larry Chiang

Credit scores impact the largest expense we have in our lives: Interest.

The higher the FICO, the less we have to pay in interest rate. Thus, lower payments and lower cumulative loan cost over time.

How?

Well, its tough to get a high FICO without any debt. But, I figured out how. It’s a eBook (with a 100% rebate) http://www.101secrets.com

There are a bunch of free secrets right on the homepage

bd26194fa93733b624ec22966dbdb9d9_normal.jpeg Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
8/5/14, 12:03 PM
Lower cost. Smaller upside. Are you not an engineer? “#FICOeBook
#101secretsDotCom

By ‘cost’, I mean deposit. Because the cost is fully rebated.

Larry Chiang’s book can be resold @ 100% purchase price. Because its an eBook.

bd26194fa93733b624ec22966dbdb9d9_normal.jpeg Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
8/5/14, 11:58 AM
“EUTWMPPM” + FICO score. = BCSEUTWM
BCS = {Building Credit Score}
[(Engineer up tidal wave momentum, FICO score)]

Download this YouTube (or just view it here)


For CS majors, there is a $45 rebate on a $40 deposit. http://www.duck9.com/45

(Click the red button that says “$45”

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Written by Larry Chiang

August 14, 2014 at 8:19 pm

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