FAQ – Comment policy

Comment Policy

All comments are moderated.

That’s because we get a lot of spam and inappropriate comments.

Off topic comments are NOT approved.

We get many comments praising Stephen Snyder’s advice and books.  While some of these comments are probably from Stephen or his associates, I’m aware that many people really believe that he gave them wonderful advice.

Unfortunately, I know that much of his advice is really bad.  I also know that just about ANYONE  can finance a new car right after bankruptcy — that’s nothing to write home about.  Although I don’t know why you’d WANT to waste your money on a new car.  The second you drive it off the lot, you lost thousands of dollars in value and you’re “under water.”

If you want to advertise Stephen Snyder and his products, please do so at the millions of other web sites, but not here.

Thank you!

One Response to FAQ – Comment policy
  1. Tina
    August 7, 2012 | 8:00 pm

    I’m very happy that you maintain this site and that you have up to date info on it. Thankfully, my husband and I were out nothing more than the cost of the two books offered at the seminar. We debated it, but thought, “What the heck.” However, there was no way we were going to get suckered into the credit repair crap with Bradley Ross. It was way too expensive.

    I, too, still get emails from Stephen. I got the one about the “Last letters you’ll ever need.” I enlarged the pic from his site and transcribed it. I couldn’t BELIEVE what he was selling! I wrote back to him with the transcription and told him I thought it was a very idea to make oneself look like an idiot and to pay for the honor of doing so! The letter was illiterate and sounded as if it had been written by someone with one functioning brain cell.

    Stephen actually had the gall to write me back and try to tell me that it wasn’t one of the letters. (Then why bother blurring it?) That it was a dummy letter presented for people like me who would go to the trouble of transcribing it. (Then why use real names and addresses?)

    BTW, on his NEXT round of letters, you could no longer copy them, enlarge them and see what they actually said! LOL!

    I only hope he really is getting out of the business, but I suspect that much like a bad penny, he will be back.

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