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Conspiracy of Credit

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Conspiracy of Credit
PublisherCredo Company LLC
Published in English
ISBN9780615809564 Search this book on .

Conspiracy of Credit (2013) is the second book by American author Corey P. Smith. It advocates financial independence, social awareness and wealth through leveraging credit. Conspiracy of Credit is written as a non-fiction book that includes stories ostensibly based on the author's life. Smith stresses that credit is for poor people and used as a tool by credit bureaus, banks, and corporations as a form of economic bondage. Smith challenges his readers to educate themselves and not to depend on traditional media outlets.[1]


Smith initially began writing the Conspiracy of Credit in 2010 while working as a corrections officer in Memphis, Tennessee. Smith observed how the prison system was similar to some of the practices used within the American educational system.[2] His beliefs were further confirmed after reading a quote from Fyodor Dostoyevsky that said, “The degree of civilization in a society can be judged by entering its prison”.[3]


This book is largely based on Smith’s experiences in business, real estate and economics. It highlights his perspectives on credit as an entrepreneur and different encounters he faced with the Federal government. Smith advocated public figures such as Jay Z for his out of the box thinking and opinions regarding poverty. Smith’s motto is, “you can always borrow a million dollars faster than you can earn it working a job”.[4]


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