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Legal Sense with James Andrews

Legal Sense with James Andrews

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December 13th 2012:Dealing with Aggressive Debt Collectors and Strategic Financial Advice for Successful Home Ownership

Are bill collectors ringing your phone day and night, threatening to sue you and take all your earthly possessions? Then it’s time to stop the madness! Credit and debt collection expert Michelle Dunn wrote the book Dealing with Aggressive Debt Collectors, What to do and How to do it by an Industry Insider. Michelle will share tips on how you can stop hiding from the bill collectors and start enjoying getting your mail and answering your phone again! Also joining us is J. Varnie Barker a successful real estate consultant and author of The New Rules of Home Ownership for the 21st Century. Barke

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J. Varnie Barker

J. Varnie Barker brings to the real-estate marketplace and to all homeowners and buyers a relevant entrepreneurial vision that reconciles the goal of corporate profitability with the responsibility of community humanitarianism. With his background in business management, land acquisition and development, real-estate investment, organizational development, management, construction, and strategic leadership, he is an advocate of an innovative new model of homeownership that reconciles strategic financial planning with the pursuits of homeownership and with the ultimate goal of true financial security for all homeowners and homebuyers. As a former president and CEO of various enterprises, inc
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Michelle Dunn

Michelle Dunn In 1998, when Michelle was getting a divorce and had 2 small children, she started a collection agency from home leaving her full time job 6 months later. Her agency did very well and grew over the next 8 years until Michelle sold it in 2006 to write full time. Michelle knew what business owners needed and had already written a couple of books that were selling well. “But it was still a huge leap”, she says, “I was a single mom with two sons.” I started putting together my ideas, set up an office in my home, and used the income from book sales to fund publishing more books. That same year Michelle self published 4 books and e-books before landing her first book co
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