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Guess what I found Bob 15 Apr 15:18
2002-04-15 15:18:00 UTC (over 19 years ago)

Guess what I found

I stumbled across something unusual recently...  
As a valued subscriber I wanted to let you know about it.  
A few months ago I met a man named Scott Johnson at a seminar, who graciously offered me his material to review.  
I smiled and politely thanked him but I know that I probably wouldn't get around to reading it anytime soon. (You should see my stack of reading material to get to and I'm actually a quick reader.)  
But as luck would have it, I was going away that next weekend for a little r and r and I decided to bring some 'lighter' reading along.  
Honestly, I can't remember the last time I read a book that didn't deal with the subject of marketing or advertising but once I started reading Scott's material in the motel room, I couldn't put it down.  
It was simply incredible!
By the time I reached the third chapter I had learned some pretty startling things about my own financial picture that made me pretty hot!  
Up until this point I thought I was doing pretty good... Owned my own home (at least I thought I did before reading this material), had a pretty nice car and had a pretty good start on my portfolio.  
The bottom line was that I discovered that I was throwing away thousands and thousands of dollars every year by continuing to live a life based on "debt dependence". If the truth be really known, in my case it would add up to three quarters of a million dollars, just in mortgage interest alone!!  
Up until now, I thought that "debt dependence" was just the way it was, doesn't everyone do it? Scott's material - The Financial Freedom Course went on to tell me how by only using my current income I could become completely debt free in about 5 to 7 years.  
This included the car payment, charge cards, office furniture and a mortgage, all gone in an amazingly short period of time.  
The Financial Freedom Course also laid out a simple plan that showed me where I would financially be at if instead of throwing my money away in interest, I would invest it.... Hey!! it's my money and I can do with it as I want, right?  
I was so impressed with this material that I wanted to share it with all of my subscribers right away!! I really believe that we have been bamboozled by the "system" and the Financial Freedom Course is something you should read.  
Please visit Scott's website and see if you are just as impressed as I was.
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