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‘raise credit score’ – Google search results are 80+% Spam and Scam

by Larry Chiang on September 16, 2016

Larry Chiang’s book, What They Don’t Teach You At Stanford Business School, is a sequel to his mentor’s, Mark McCormack’s, book, “What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School“. Larry Chiang had a book launch party at Mark McCormack’s, IMG’s, International Management Group’s New York Fashion Week. As a dorm room founder, Larry Chiang mentored college girls to get a FICO over 800 as an undergrad.

In Harvard at the Business Schools blog, Larry Chiang wrote about “Networking in Austin Texas’ SXSW” here in B-school’s blog.

“NY Fashion Week looks great from the front row.”
– Larry Chiang, CEO
By Larry Chiang

“raise credit score” – Google search results are 80+% spam and scam.

 spam = adwords that seem like a search result but are actually a paid placement.
Scam = the ad words offers are scams.
My nightmare is when monopolies behave well. This monopoly, Google, will continue to scam and spam in accordance to the highest ad words bidder. :-)))
If you are googling credit strategies and leaving off the “Larry Chiang”, your future is reading *uncertain*

Sent from my iPhone 8 that Steve Jobs texted me at (two iPhone 4’s where @6502838008 texted back and forth 🙂

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