Post # 3 of probably100 The cost of taking bad or incomplete advice!?!?!? 3/9/18 – In posts 1 and 2 of this series we talked about how bad advice has no natural predators except the truth. It turns out, neither does incomplete advice fueled by apathy. Since the invention of the wheel there have been people who didn’t own a chisel but still had something to say on how to make something round more round. What I have noticed in last several weeks is how the uninformed have stepped up their effort to put themselves in charge of the easily misled. Are you easily misled? How do you know if you are easily misled? Do your credit scores rise every month? Do you have the best rate on your auto loan? Is your car worth a lot less than you owe on it? Do you live paycheck to paycheck? Do you justify questionable financial decisions? Is your personal life a dumpster fire? Reflect on how you answered those questions for a minute. When that minute is up you will know if you need to make some changes into whom you let speak into your life. Good habits, better information and the right person helping you can do wonders for your score. What you don’t know is costing you a fortune. I have 14 years worth of stories to share from over 30,000 hours spent solving credit problems. I get results.