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Credit.com’s Gerri Detweiler Launches Talk Credit Radio Today

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Do you have credit questions? Credit.com Personal Finance Expert Gerri Detweiler has answers, and she’ll be sharing them on her new radio show, Talk Credit Radio—live today.

Talk Credit Radio is an hour-long weekly radio show that will air live on WWPR 1490 AM in Bradenton, Fla. We’ll also stream the show live right here at Credit.com every Friday at 2 p.m. Eastern Time/11 a.m. Pacific Time.

In the first show, Detweiler interviews Liz Weston, the most-read personal finance columnist on the Internet and the author of four books, including the 10 Commandments of Money. Weston will share how to create a financial survival plan, and explain why college debt isn’t always bad.

She’ll be followed by Beverly Harzog, Credit.com’s Credit Card Expert, who will reveal why you should never give out your zip code (or other personal information) when using a credit card, and she’ll name her top picks for the best reward credit cards.

Listeners can call the station to talk with Detweiler and her guests between 2-3 Eastern Time (11-12 AM Pacific Time) every Friday. Credit questions can also be submitted in advance on Credit.com’s Facebook page. Listeners whose questions are featured on the air will win copies of Gerri’s books, including Reduce Debt, Reduce Stress: Real Life Solutions for Solving Your Credit Crisis, or Debt Collection Answers: How to Use Debt Collection Laws to Protect Your Rights.

Talk Credit Radio is sponsored by Credit.com and Arcloan.com.

Missed the live show? Catch the recap here:

Liz Weston’s Money Tips »

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