Is Kevin Trudeau's Free Money for Real or a Scam?
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Is Kevin Trudeau's Free Money for Real?
Kevin Trudeau's "Free Money" is a current TV Infomercial hosted by Misha Dibono, who plays the role of the surprised average American when she hears what Kevin says. The 30 minute infomercial pitches a new book, "Free Money - They Don't Want You to Know About" by Bestselling author, Kevin Trudeau. Kevin claims Americans can get tens of millions of dollars in free money. Trudeau says there's 4,000 government, state and local programs that give away money to those who apply. Trudeau also claims there's 100,000 private sources of funds that go to US citizens. Apparently, 140 million Americans qualify for these funds. Kevin shows one bill from Congress that gives away about 800 billion dollars over the course of several years. Most people don't know about these funds, but if they apply apparently they can get "free money".
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Trudeau claims the government makes this grant and other money available by way of various bills, but they don't necessarily advertise any of them. They use it politically to say they directed funds to this cause or that, make it public knowledge, and then move on to their next matter on the agenda. So consumer advocate Kevin has researched these various free sources of money to create his latest publication.
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What Free Money is About
In Kevin Trudeau's book "Free Money - They Don't Want You to Know About", he gives examples of some of the free funds that are available to the average person. Examples include $9500 to help pay bills, $2800 to pay heating costs and $1200 to help pay your mortgage. Other examples include $800 to buy food, $170 a month for parking, and $3,000 if you volunteer to work in your neighborhood. There's also $4800 to pay "family expenses", $328 to help pay rent and amazingly, $1000 while waiting for some of the other funds you applied for. And for free services, Trudeau mentions there's free dental care, free eyeglasses, free air travel, and free hotel rooms among others.
Kevin also points out Matthew Lesko's series of books about free government money. Lesko is the guy who wears those crazy, colorful suits with all the question marks on his TV advertisements. Kevin stacks up most of Lesko's books on the table such as "Free College & Training Money for Women", "Free Money and Help for Women Entrepreneurs", "Free Legal Help", and "American Benefits for Seniors" to illustrate how concise his book is compared to all the ones Lesko's published. Trudeau says applying for the funds is relatively simple, and his book gives you the best of the information about the free funds you can apply for. Kevin also says he applied for one of these techniques to receive $256 by completing a simple online application, then did another and received over $1500.
Another thing Trudeau discusses is "lost money". These funds come from things such as deceased relatives, mortgages, stocks or IRA's, bank accounts or paychecks. The amazing thing is 140 million people are eligible to apply for all these programs, but usually only 20 million do so. Some of the funds come as quickly as 30 days.
The fine print at the bottom of the infomercial says "Terms and amounts of the grants vary. Eligibility requirements apply". It's listed on the infomercial at a price of $29.95 plus "S&P", and includes free the "Debt Cures" book (a $30 value) and the "Easy $5K Guide", which is about mostly home-based businesses. The Easy $5 K Guide may be similar to the product Jeff Paul's Shortcuts to Internet Millions. The "Free Money" product carries a 30 day money back guarantee according to the advertisement. Kevin says if you haven't received at least $500 in those 30 days you can return the book. Kevin Trudeau's "Free Money" is sold through QSN Direct.
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While this information presented here is not intended to promote or
demote "Free Money", there have been documented complaints regarding Mr.
Trudeau's latest product. At this consumer affairs
website, more than a few people complain that they tried to order the
book "Free Money" and the customer service reps pushed more products on
them. These extra products included other books and newsletters. The
book supposedly costs $39.99 but once they saw their bill, they had
been charged over $93. One woman states the information presented in
the book is more for those people who are unemployed or on welfare,
rather than the average working person. Buyers beware if you call to
order this product from QSN Direct.
Kevin claims he doesn't make a cent off this product and is doing it all as a "public service". He discusses the current dismal state of the economy and says with people losing homes, jobs and their way of life, this book can help them get money to help out. All that said, the choice is really yours to save your hard earned $30 and apply it to bills, or to pay up and purchase Kevin Trudeau's Free Money.
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Latest opinion update 2014
The Kevin Trudeau book about free money sources has been updated as of 2014 to include new information. It is still available at the Amazon website, but consumers should proceed with caution before buying products and believing claims made by Mr. Trudeau. At this point, it seems a bit too risky to call him an expert in this sort of advice, so take his words with a grain in salt.
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