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Charles Phelan Interviewed On Second Mortgage Advice

Listen to Charles Phelan's Radio Interview on How to Settle Second Mortgages, HELOCs, and Credit Card Debt.

Gerri Detweiler Director of Consumer Education for, one of the web's leading personal finance websites, interviews Charles Phelan on How to Settle Second Mortgages, HELOCs, and Credit Card Debt. Listen to or download this information packed podcast to learn from two experts in the credit and debt field.

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