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There is quite a lot of confusion about the issue of how long an item can legally stay on a credit report. Oddly enough, people will really dig in their heels about what they believe to be true. There are about as many urban myths about time limits in the world of credit repair as there are Elvis sightings. The above comment is on one of our very popular YouTube videos on credit repair. Note the classic confusion and misunderstanding about the issue of statute of limitations and the length of time an item can stay on a credit report.... Read more →


It may be one of the most profitable home based business in the world, yet most Americans don't know about it. It is the lucrative business of stealing tax refunds. Last year alone, more than $5.2 billion was stolen. The scammers simply buy lists of Social Security numbers and begin filing tax returns online. The IRS online filing system has no means of confirming that it is the actual taxpayer filing the return. Victims only learn that their refund has been stolen after attempting to file their return. The IRS will reject their filing, notifying them that a return has... Read more →


Travel The World On $50 Per Day - Special Guest Matt Kepnes

Discount Travel expert Matt Kepnes joins Jim Paris Live to discuss his book, How To Travel The World On $50 A Day. Avoid paying bank fees anywhere in the world, Earn thousands of free frequent flier points. Find discount travel cards that can save on hostels, tours, and transportation, get cheap and free plane tickets. Make money as a travel blogger. Read more →


Publish Your Own eBook In 2 Weeks Or Less

Jim discusses a new shortcut publishing method that can be used to write and publish short eBooks in under 2 weeks. Holiday job opportunities are plentiful. Is the next tech breakthrough eternal life? New social network takes direct aim at Facebook. iPhone 6 does bend according to reports. Chicago man destroys FAA facility and causes massive travel delays. Read more →


One of the most common misunderstandings about credit repair is the amount of importance given to negative accounts. When most people begin to review their credit report, the first thing they are drawn to are the so called 'bad accounts.' They mistakenly believe that if they could just clear up these items they would end up with a good score. Oddly enough, tinkering with these accounts will usually do nothing to raise your score, and will many times do just the opposite. The Absence Of 'Bad Credit ' Does Not Make A Good Credit Score The misguided and uninformed will... Read more →


I am very excited about our new two hour video, 'The Shortcut Publishing Method.' I embarked on this topic a bit backwards. I filmed a two hour video first, and am now in the process of writing the ebook version. Of course, it is always smart to make available content in different formats. In this case, however, I have a feeling that the video will be especially popular. One of the distinct advantages of the video is screen sharing. This allows me to really 'show' students while we are explaining these new concepts. Just one example; I took a few... Read more →


New Video On Credit Repair I am contacted on a daily basis by people that are not only being treated like third class citizens, their lives have been ruined due to a low credit score. A poor credit score follows you everywhere you go and has an impact on virtually every aspect of your life. Not only will you be stuck with the highest interest rates, you may not be able to borrow at all. Those with damaged credit end up renting and have given up on any hopes of owning a home. Insurance rates in many states include a... Read more →


Note: This workshop is now available on demand. It is a full two hours in length. Click Here to purchase and watch it now. I am taking my writing in a new direction. I am going to focus on writing short eBooks going forward. Short eBooks are hot, they are easy to write quickly, and they produce a fast paycheck. There are some important things to understand about how this new approach works. So important, that this is not going to be a FREE Google Hangout. Sorry, but this one will be a private webinar. I will be discussing how... Read more →


It was almost two years ago and I was hot on the trail of a group of scammers promoting a bogus daily interest scheme known as Profitable Sunrise. After I had exposed the phony office of Profitable Sunrise in England, that the company was not licensed, and the mathematical impossibility of the returns, the promoters got very desperate. As I mention in my book, Exposing The Ponzi Masters, the Profitable Sunrise promoters (led by Nancy Jo Frazer) publicly announced that a private investigator was hired to dig up dirt on me. This was not enough to take the spotlight off... Read more →


Is An ISIS Homeland Attack Imminent?

http://christianmoney.com On this episode Jim discusses the White House fence jumping incident, Roger Goodell and the Ray Rice Case, Tony Stewart case going to a grand jury, is a homeland terrorist attack imminent? A man billed $117,000 from a doctor he does not know, and a new website to find out if someone has died in your house. Read more →


This week we gave away another 1,000 of our eBooks on Amazon.com. I was adding up the numbers and over the last couple of years we have given away more than 10,000 books. This may sound a little crazy, but it is one of the best marketing moves we have made. I have to admit that in the beginning I was not convinced, nor was my business partner Bob Yetman. But, everything I read said that giving away your books for a few days at the time of launch and again two to three times per year is a proven... Read more →


Crowdfunding, for those that don't frequent the Interwebs, is a new way of raising money for your idea or creative project. Sites like Kickstarter are providing a platform for entrepreneurs to raise millions of dollars. Kickstarter has also become an extremely popular crowdfunding platform for Christian projects as well. Kickstarter has reportedly received over $1 billion in pledges from 5.7 million donors to fund 135,000 projects, which include films, music, stage shows, comics, journalism, video games, and food-related projects (Source: Wikipedia). What is truly unique about donation based crowdfunding is that you don't have to pay back the money since... Read more →


The Internet has changed just about everything, and that includes the world of credit reports and credit repair. Consumers can now access their credit files online and even initiate disputes through credit bureau websites. If you have read our book Credit Scoring Secrets, you are well aware of your credit rights. Of course, the centerpiece of credit repair is the dispute letter. We have our own series of credit repair letters that are available for free to members of ChristianMoneyPlus.com. Today I want to address a frequent question on whether or not to use the online dispute option (now available... Read more →