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Who Called Me?: How to Block a Phone Number & Stop Collection Calls: Volume 1 by Saturdayhero (2012-06-28)

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  • By Skunkbunny on July 19, 2013

    On the verge of being disappointed, I did find some useful advice among the inane bits. I, personally, can't imagine answering every phone call the way this author suggests. However, the rule about the first seconds of a collection call, and how to NOT LOSE that exercise was interesting. I hope that it is accurate information, but there is a general lack of authority references to this book. Also, the "book" is extremely short of real content, with a lot of filler words talking your ear off. To make this an investment you won't regret: get a friend or two to share the cost of purchasing. You'll feel more like you got what you paid for.

  • By Toni D. Binford on December 5, 2013

    The book was well thought out before it was put on the market. The author comes from a personal point of view with experience dealing with bill collectors and other harassing phone calls. It is a must have in the economy we are living in today. You never know when you'll have to deal with the unrelenting self-appointed hound dogs. Information is power and we all could use some of that to stay afloat.

  • By Joy B. Lazaroff on June 3, 2015

    It was worth the $6 I paid for the Kindle Edition. I learned some new ideas. I'd love an updated version.

  • By Lorene McGuffin on October 24, 2012

    This information is so helpful. It's so good to know there's something you can do when you get bombarded with unwanted phone calls. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  • By TIS on June 27, 2012

    I was searching for advice on how to deal with annoying telemarketers when I came across this kindle book. There is lots of advice and strategies that helped stop the unwanted calls finally.Also for people who have fallen on hard financial times, there is terrific advice about how to not get duped into deceptive phone calls that attemp to extract money out of you. The book talks about how not to give into some of the demoralizing tactics that many use.There is good advice about which phone services you can start using to avoid unwanted calls. Lots of good tips in this book. If you are in any of these bad situations, I highly recommend that you purchase this book today.

  • By Robin H. on December 8, 2015

    Great Info! Helped me a lot

  • By Katelynsmom on September 19, 2012

    "Who Called Me?" is a great resource for anyone trying to stop collection calls. Saturdayhero has obviously been through what so many of us are dealing with now in this shaky economy -- the book explains clearly how to deals with creditors so they will stop calling you. It's a must read for anyone in this situation!

  • By Wendy S. Elston Davis on August 16, 2013

    With layoffs, downsizing and financial loss at an all time high, this book is a much needed tool for people. Super tips and ideas to help you keep your sanity as you fight your way back towards financial balance. Great info!

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