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Guide: Wrangler Order, Build, Tracking and Delivery Process » For those of you new to ordering a Wrangler I have put together a guide of the process to help you understand what is happening. Note: this was updated fall of 2020 but I haven't had the time right now to keep up with any changes that may of occurred. Update: it saddens me to say that I have…

Improving Your Credit Score Without Gimmicks » Chat boards and websites are filled with tricks and gimmicks to improve your credit score, but those workarounds are not really necessary.

Car Creditocracy: An Interview with Julie Livingston & Andrew Ross - Public Books » “If you are a car owner, you are red meat for whoever wants to prey upon you, whether it is police, auto lenders, or state agencies.”

5 Easy Steps for Improving Your Credit Score | Joshua Glawson » By taking these steps, you can help repair your credit score relatively quickly—and save yourself a whole lot of money.

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