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The Federal Trade Commission has many publications to get you on the road to good credit and can also tell you your rights in dealing with collection agencies. Contact Public Reference, Room 130, Federal Trade Commission, Washington, DC 20580; 877-FTC-HELP; http://www.ftc.gov/; http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/menus/consumer/credit.shtm You can also get free counseling at your local County Cooperative Extension Service listed in the government section of your phone book under County Government. Or contact one of the non-profits that can help with your debt: National Foundation for Credit Counseling, 801 Roeder Rd., Suite 900, Silver Spring, MD 20910; 800- 388-2227; http://www.nfcc.org/ ; or Money Management International, 9009 West Loop South, 7th Floor, Houston, TX 77096; 866-889-9347; http://www.moneymanagement.org/ . Remember that these non-profits get money from credit card companies so they are not likely to explain your bankruptcy options to you. Check out the FTC Publication, Fiscal Fitness: Choosing a Credit Counselor at http://www.ftc.gov/


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According to the Washington Post…

  • Barbara Sheperd, a librarian in Michigan City, Ind., says an article in a
    Matthew Lesko newsletter led her to a state program that gave her elderly mother
    a low-interest loan to put a new roof on her house.
  • And then there’s the Zufall family, who are dairy farmers in Lisbon, N.Y. Two
    years ago, they bought three of Matthew Lesko’s books and a DVD called " Free
    Money for Everybody." From the DVD, they learned of a local government program
    that gave them $12,000 to help pay for a gravel walkway for their cows.
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