The Do-It-Yourself Bailout:

How I Eliminated $222,000 of Credit-Card Debt in 18 Months and Saved Nearly $150,000
by Kenny Golde

January 2013 | $19.00 | Paperback | ISBN: 978-1-56980-473-5

How much debt are you carrying on credit cards? $10,000? $25,000? $50,000? $100,000 or more?   In “the Do It Yourself Bailout”, author Kenny Golde explains how he completely and legally eliminated $222,000 in credit card debt, without filing bankruptcy or destroying his credit score, and saved nearly $150,000 in the process.  More and more of today’s credit-worthy consumers, faced with the mounting pressure that looms each month as their debt increases, will find answers to such questions as:

Is settling my credit card debt legal?  Will I get sued and what happens if I do?   Is it the “right” thing to do?  Should I file bankruptcy and do I need a lawyer?  How much can I hope to settle for?  How long does it take?  What will happen to my credit score?

In articles that have appeared on Time.com and AOL’s WalletPop, among others, author Golde provides a step-by-step handbook on all facets on how to initiate settlement negotiations with banks, how to handle collection agencies, how to separate your emotions from your debt, and much, much more.CBS News Los Angeles has written, “If you’re being buried by…your credit cards, this book is a MUST READ.”

Kenny Golde

Kenny Golde is a film director, writer and producer, novelist and public speaker.  He directed “The Job,” starring Daryl Hannah and “Uncross the Stars,” with Academy Award nominee Barbara Hershey and Golden Globe winner Ron Perlman.  He wrote the independent feature film “The Smokers,” the recently completed independent WWII action/drama “Walking With the Enemy,” and the soon-to-be produced studio films “Forsaken” and “The End of Eternity,” based on the Isaac Asimov novel.  He lives in Los Angeles with his fiancée.