Expert to Reveal the Mysteries of Credit, Credit Scoring and Credit Repair to The Regular Guy - March 27, 2007
Live event to break down the complex word of credit for the regular guy; regular guys (and gals) invited to participate March 29 at 6:00 p.m. (Pacific).

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Pleasanton, Calif. - With concern over credit repair scams at all time highs, a first-of-its-kind live event will connect ‘the average Joe’’ and a credit expert to expose the in-and-outs of credit so the regular guy can understand it.

“The regular guy is getting screwed everyday by high interest and high fees,” says Stefan Lubinski, a nationally known corporate trainer, speaker and consultant. “He doesn’t understand how credit scoring works and what he can do to improve the score and lower the costs.”


Lubinski says the way to understand the world of credit and figure out how to fight bad credit is to meet with an expert or a credit attorney.  But he knows everyone can’t afford to do that.


“Time with an attorney is often cost prohibitive for people on a tight budget,” says Lubinski.


So he organized a teleseminar to bring credit expert Edward Jamison to the regular guy.  Jamisonis an attorney who specializes in consumer credit and identity theft.  He has been featured on NBC’s Emmy Award Winning show Starting Over as the show’s credit expert many times.


“More and more employers are relying on credit reports,” says Lubinski, “and so are apartment buildings and car dealers—the list goes on and on.  I would say not understanding credit can have a huge negative impact on someone’s life.”


The format will be like a radio show.  But instead of turning on the radio, participants call a phone number.


Everyone gets to submit a credit related question.  There will also be ‘Q & A’ with randomly selected callers.  The cost is $29.95, but there’s a 100% satisfaction or your money-back guarantee.


“If someone doesn’t think that the call was valuable I will give them a complete refund.”


The event takes place March 29 at 6:00 p.m. (PST).  Please visit


About Edward Jamison:  Edward Jamison is an attorney who specializes in consumer credit and identity theft. Jamison is a nationally recognized expert on credit scoring. He has been featured on NBC’s Emmy Award Winning show Starting Over as the show’s credit expert many times. Jamison also is a frequent contributor to national mortgage industry publications including Mortgage Market Guide, Mortgage Press, and Broker Banker.  He lives in Los Angeles.


About Stefan Lubinski:  Stefan Lubinski is a nationally recognized Professional Speaker, Trainer and Sales Coach. His diverse background includes restaurant management, executive recruiting, corporate sales and marketing and residential real estate finance. He is a member of the Association of Coaching and Consulting Professionals on the Web, the National Speakers Association and he is a Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist. He lives in Pleasanton, Calif.


About 4 The Regular Guy Enterprises: Nationally recognized professional speaker and trainer Stefan Lubinski and author Christian Klemash teamed up and founded 4 The Regular Guy Enterprises to bring important information to the regular guy and gal in a no-nonsense, get to the bottom line, easy to understand format. The company is developing a presence on the web, on the radio and at bookstores.


Contact:  Stefan Lubinski,

Email:  Stefan @      

Phone:  (888) 639-1003




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