October 6, 2009

Review: Priceless by Lloyd Constantine

I'm sure most of you are aware that credit card companies aren't that different from the mob. They front you some money and then charge outrageous fees. If you don't pay, they harass you and make your life miserable.

This book tells the story of America's merchants battling the Visa and MasterCard cartel. The author put his future on the line to take down the credit card companies who thought they were untouchable.

This is a brilliant work of non-fiction that will open the eyes of consumers and businesses alike.

Make sure you read my post on AccountNow here about a Prepaid Visa Card (I absolutely love it!).

Book Information:
Priceless by Lloyd Constantine
Kaplan Publishing
Oct. 2009
272 pages

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1 comment:

  1. veryyy interesting. credit cards are really difficult things to manage i'd imagine. i don't have one yet and don't want one until i NEED it for things, b/c I can see it being hard to figure out and control.