CANCELED Harlem CARES Workshop - What The FICO? - CANCELED
Saturday, March 23, 2013 at 11:30 AM (EDT)
New York, NY
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
THIS EVENT IS CANCELED. WE WILL RESCHEDULE SOON.
STAY TUNED AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT
Harlem CARES Benefit - What the FICO?: 12 Steps To Repairing Your Credit
Saturday, March 23, 2013
Doors Open at 11:30am, Program Begins Promptly at 12 noon
What the FICO?: 12 Steps To Repairing Your Credit is the only credit repair workshop you will ever need. You will be provided step-by-step instructions on how to go from bad to good credit in no time and with minimal cost. If you follow these simple steps, you are going to begin the journey of getting your credit and financial life back in order.
- Learn your rights as a consumer and how to protect them
- Correct and remove errors and improve your credit score
- Negotiate with creditors to reduce debt
- Add positive information to your credit report
- Re-Build a solid credit history
If you are part of the 44 million Americans who suffer from bad credit and are ready to take back control of your financial life, then you MUST attend this workshop. Join us, as we take the first step towards financial freedom
About the Facilitator: Ash Cash is a motivational speaker, business consultant, author, and financial literacy educator who has helped countless people get their finances back in order; from credit, to home ownership, retirement, banking and investments. He is also a Certified FICO Professional (FICO PRO), a national designation that recognizes those individuals who have a strong understanding of FICO® scores and how the FICO® score impacts both the lender and the consumer. Ash serves on the board of the Harlem CARES Mentoring Movement. For more information on Ash Cash please visit www.IamAshCash.com.
About the Beneficiary: The Harlem CARES Mentoring Movement is a non-profit that is dedicated to recruiting caring adults, connecting with them about what it takes to be a mentor and directing them to already existing mentoring and youth-support organizations, in Harlem, that have children on waiting lists in need of mentors. By participating in this event, you are supporting the efforts of Harlem CARES to answer the urgent call for help among the next generation of vulnerable youth. Harlem CARES is a 501c3, all contributions go directly to Harlem CARES and are tax deductible.
Tickets will not be sold at the door.
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Harlem CARES Mentoring Movement
Harlem CARES, one of more than 50 local affiliates of Susan L. Taylor's National CARES Mentoring Movement, is mobilizing and connecting caring adults from every sector and socio-economic level of the community, to already existing mentoring organizations, to mentor and secure the educational and life-long success of underresourced youth in Harlem.