Last night while flipping through the channels with a touch of insomnia I came across this dude claiming he had a book that would help you wipe out all of your debt without bankruptcy or any additional payments. One claim is he can give you two magic words that will drastically reduce or eliminate your credit card balances.
Another was a secret he has that without spending any additional money you could turn your 30 year mortgage into a 10 year mortgage. And he is willing to share these secrets with you for only $29.95.
Question: Can he give me the words that will allow me to pay only $4.95 for his book?
The funny thing, hilarious actually, was the women’s panel (The View?) he was discussing these subjects with. One was a Playboy Playmate at some point and they pointed this out like it was a strength. Besides taking her clothes off for men to stare at (which, I’m not necessarily against!) I am not sure of her qualifications for discussing financial strategies.
Question: If you created all this debt isn’t there at least some sense of moral obligation for you to pay (at the very least) the principal back?
Maybe I’m doing this blog wrong. I become more convinced everyday that I should start spinning real estate investing into some sexy 3-step formula (devoid of any truth or facts or real life scenarios) and sell these ideas for $19.95. There have to be enough desperate and gullible people out there to get me a Mercedes. Don’t you think?
Editor’s note: The above is only my opinion and should not be considered libel towards Kevin Trudeau or his book Debt Cures. I’m sure they offer
great reliable honest truthful sound advice that will work every time. This was strictly a review of my opinions from watching the infomercial.