Kennesaw, Georgia (PressExposure) September 15, 2009 -- JoAnn Pinkney Wilcox has worked for many companies such as Banks, Utility companies, Credit Card companies and worked with companies such as Credit Bureaus, Collection Agencies, Credit Repair companies, the IRS, Insurance companies, Car dealerships, Mortgage companies and others who make a profit or benefit from keeping the consumer in debt. To help consumers be well informed about what they are up against in order to stay out of debt and be able to build a financially sound foundation, she wrote a book titled "Getting Paid To Keep You In Debt!" which exposes the inside secrets these companies use to keep the consumer in debt. If anyone knows first hand about this, it is the Author, for her job was to keep people in debt.
Being sickened by what the author witnessed and was forced to do, she decided to rebel while working for these companies by helping consumers young and old, rich and poor. She soon was inspired by God to write a book in order to help more consumers by sharing all of her first hand experiences and knowledge with them. "Many people just do not know what they are up against and always wonder why no matter how much money they make (even millions), they still can not build a financially sound foundation for themselves and their family. Is it only meant for a chosen few to build wealth or be financially sound? I think not, all one needs to know is how to stay away from the many traps that keep one from building that financially sound foundation." In her book the Author also includes a section for children, which teaches parents on how they can lead by example and teach their young ones how to be financially savvy as well. A free workbook section is also included.
The unedited version of "Getting Paid To Keep You In Debt!" by Author JoAnn Pinkney Wilcox has been shared with a few radio personalities, as well as even President Obama's campaign staff when he was running for President of the United States, in hope to give a true inside view on the many tricks these companies play to keep consumers in debt and keep their businesses profitable. Now the official edited copy of the book has been released.