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"New York Times"-bestselling author Trudeau offers a one-stop source for billions of dollars that are ready, available, and waiting to be claimed. Hundreds of pages of easy-to-read and easy-to-follow steps will tell readers exactly what to do to find their share of this "free" money.
Published (first published July 6th 2010)
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Leah Cass
This book is worth the read because some of the tips are good, and there is a good chance you will find some money, even if it is not a lot. I didn't find anything for myself personally (yet) but I haven't exhaustively searched everything yet either. A quick search did find lost insurance policies and paychecks for friends and family members though, so that was worth it!

I liked the fact that it is a quick read, and the book sifts through a lot of the nonsense and gives you the important info to
Oct 28, 2013 Lobstergirl marked it as will-never-read
Shelves: eczema
This jackass is in jail. Thank you, Judge Gettleman!

"Trudeau was jailed for contempt of court Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Robert Gettleman in Chicago for failing to pay a Federal Trade Commission fine." A $37 million fine.

The fine equals the amount of money customers paid for the jackass's books.

"Ironically, Trudeau's writing career evolved after a settlement with FTC, which banned him from selling products other than books. The $37 million fine was levied against Trudeau for violating the F
If you want to "find" some money, save what you would have paid for this book. I mean really...His advice for coming up with money is sell your car or boat? Wow...Thanks.
A very quick read that makes a lot of sense and uncovers some very good knowledge-- I still have yet to try it-- for people to take advantage of the government's fat and foundation's obligations. I would recommend this book to everyone, especially in this economic environment. There's nothing wrong with getting something for free or at a big discount... after all, it allows you to spend your money on other areas that are important to you!
I still have the urge to procrastinate even after reading the book. There are some good tips especially about the grants for businesses.
This is book is ok. It is not a wealth of info like I assumed it would be.
Should have bought this used...or better yet free. A lot of the websites listed in the book are not working links. However, the ones that do work are great resources. This has opened up the possibility of saving me a lot of money that I already don't have.
Cj Sime
meh. I wasn't really surprised with most the suggestions of where to get "free" money: coupons, tax deductions, grants, scholarships. I did go to and found lost money for my dad and sister.
Who wouldn't want free money? If only I had time to chase down the hundred of ideas this book conveys!!
I really loved the NATURAL CURES book, so I thought I'd give this a go. This maps out ways for some people to retrieve money due to them that they didn't know about, but me, I don't forget bank accounts, and I cash checks right away, including tax refund checks. I did find some ways to save money and got something free, though: eyeglasses. Well, I hsd to pay the shipping.
Luann Habecker
this one link alone was worth borrowing this book from the library; http://topclas​​wsuit-...
Jul 19, 2010 SueAnn marked it as to-read
Shelves: research, finances
On an infomercial, Kevin Trudeau stated that "the government is not interested in the American citizen - they don't want them to be empowered."
I found 2 useful items out of this book, its rubbish compared to his previous book on credit repair.
Bj Sexton
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Was very informative, however, I knew about most items, ut not all, that he spoke about.
All internet stuff complied into a book...
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Kevin Mark Trudeau is a convicted American fraud artist, author, radio personality, infomercial host, and salesman who promotes various unsubstantiated health, diet and financial "remedies". Several of his books, including Natural Cures "They" Don't Want You to Know About, allege that both the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the pharmaceutical industry value profit over treatments or cures.

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