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[January 07, 2013]
New Video Features Complaints About Credit Card Companies Based on the Experiences of Gini Graham Scott
San Francisco, California, Jan 07, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Credit Card Rap, in which four singers describe how the banks made a big mistake by reducing their credit line, has just been released by Gini Graham Scott, a successful book writer who turned her experiences in overcoming the mortgage mess into a series of music videos and a book telling her story. As the Credit Card Rap music video describes, by reducing their credit, the singers, like Gini Scott, could no longer pay their mortgage. But they moved on, left the banks owing more than they gained, found a new community bank for their future banking, and discovered it costs less to pay cash.
The video is a follow-up to another humorous music video, Bad Bad Banks, about how Wells Fargo and the Bank of America triggered a default and house sale by reducing Gini's credit line. In it, four singers talk about how the bank "took my house and then my car," but they came out ahead in the mortgage game by walking away from their debts and credit cards, going bankrupt, and afterwards paying cash.
To date, Changemakers Productions has produced over 50 short videos which can be seen on YouTube on its YouTube Channel: Changemakers Productions YouTube Channel While creating the videos, Gini Graham Scott wrote up her experiences in a book about her year of Living in Limbo: From the End to New Beginnings -- experiences which have many parallels with the over 12 million people who have faced underwater mortgages or foreclosures due to the economic crisis of the last few years. The book describes her day-to-day experience of nearly running out of money and highlights her amazing recovery after selling her home. Living In Limbo: From the End to New Beginnings Gini is the founder of Changemakers Productions and Changemakers Publishing and Writing Changemakers Publishing and Writing Website. She is the author of over 50 published books, including two books on the film industry: The Complete Guide to Writing, Producing, and Directing a Low-Budget Short Film, published by Hal Leonard, and Marketing Films to Millennials and Baby Boomers, published by Changemakers Publishing. She received a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of California in Berkeley, a J.D. from the University of San Francisco Law School, and M.A.s in Anthropology, Mass Communications and Organizational/Consumer/Audience Behavior and Popular Culture and Lifestyles at California State University, East Bay. She is getting an additional MS in Recreation and Tourism in 2013. She has spoken about the topics of her books to many groups and the media, including appearances on Good Morning America, Oprah, and CNN, and also writes books and scripts for clients as a co-writer or ghostwriter.
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