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Wi$eUp Teleconferences

Wednesday, June 30th, 2004
Credit: Use it Wisely

Date: Wednesday, June 30th, 2004

Time: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM Eastern Time

Credit plays a major role in the financial well-being of so many Generation X women. We assembled three outstanding experts to cover key topics in credit and debt.

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Opening Remarks
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Speech 1 — Bettye Banks
(5:18)
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Speech 2 — Marcia Brixey
(10:57)
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Speech 3 — Gerri Detweiler
(9:43)
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Q & A
(23:27)
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Closing Remarks
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About the speakers

Bettye Banks, Senior Vice President for Education, Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Dallas, is a Certified Financial Counseling Executive and a Certified Consumer Credit Counselor. Bettye discussed interest rates on consumer debt and provided tips for managing your debt. Click here for Bettye's worksheet with helpful tips on understanding interest.

Marcia Brixey founded Money Wi$e Women, an organization which sponsors seminars, workshops and classes throughout the Puget Sound area in Washington. She writes a Money Wi$e column for The Sun newspaper and hosts a weekly talk radio show, "Let's Talk about Money" on KITZ 1400 AM. Marcia spoke on how to understand your credit reports and credit history.

Gerri Detweiler, President of Ultimate Credit Solutions, Inc., has written several financial books, including The Ultimate Credit Handbook. She has been featured in more than 1500 news interviews including Good Morning America, Dateline, and The New York Times. Gerri covered special topics in credit like dealing with student loan debt, marriage and roommate issues and identify theft.