“Harlem Deserves Da Credit” Meet The Author And Tips To Better Your Credit

Murray Allen is a certified credit consultant, founder, CEO of MCE Credit Empowerment and a 40 year native and resident of Harlem, New York.

He brings the two together in his new book “Harlem Deserves Da Credit”. This book is Murray’s first and serves as a guide to help:

  • Establish good credit
  • Build good credit and
  • Maintain good credit

Using anecdotes of his years of growing up and living in Harlem Murray provides a practical, “layman’s terms” description of how credit works and how the reader can make credit work for you. He also provides resources for future use. For those who don’t understand credit or need to start again, this book is a great starting point.
“Harlem Deserves Da Credit” is Murray Allen’s first published book.

7 steps to raise your credit score — If you need to boost your credit score, it won’t happen overnight. Credit scores take into account years of past behavior you can find on your credit report, and not just your present actions. But there are some steps you can take now to start on the path to better credit:

  • Watch those credit card balances.
  • Eliminate credit card balances.
  • Leave old debt on your report.
  • Use your calendar.
  • Pay bills on time.
  • Don’t hint at risk.
  • Don’t obsess.

Murray Allen individually and through his company has provided impactful and life-changing financial education and credit restoration services to his community and nationwide since 2007. For more by visiting www.mcecreditempowerment.net.

Purchase a book and meet Murray Allen at a Book signing at Raymour & Flanningan in Harlem includes $100 rebate with any $1,000 purchase on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018, 6-7:30 pm EST.

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