Originally Posted by ellie
Paul has been an active member on here, for many years, and quite helpful in the past.
I don't know I get the feeling something has shifted within you Paul of late...all I would say is don't get too caught up in these schemes. They sound like they become addictive.
I don't know either what's up. Paul, at first I was intrigued because I respect your opinion a lot, and you sounded so excited about this. But ever since then, basically all you've done is promote this course and GIN membership. That's at least 50 percent of what you do on Facebook too.
I began with your free membership deal or whatever it was, and at some point I attempted to listen to one of Kevin's recordings. It was something about eliminating debt in 10 minutes flat
I can't remember exactly; I was in a distraught frame of mind after having a lot of financial success throughout the year and then getting smacked flat in fall. That recording looked like it was just the thing for me. Since you were so excited, I was excited.
Well, I couldn't download Part 1 for some reason, so I started with Part 2. And here's how Part 2 went:
"How did you get into debt? You spent too much. [pause] You SPENT too much! [pause] YOU spent too much! [pause] You spent too much. You spent too much."
It probably wasn't exactly like that, but it was similar to that, and that's truly not what I needed to hear at that moment, especially not over and over until I wanted to crawl into a hole.
Then he starts going on about how it's one thing if you're living in a studio apartment and riding your bike to work, but he knows that's not his audience.
"What did you spend too much on? [pause] Got an X-Box? A flat-screen TV? When you go on vacation, do you stay at cheap motels or great motels? Yada yada."
At that point, I turned off the recording and rescinded my subscription to your materials, Paul.
If Kevin Trudeau actually has something for me about how to get out of debt in 10 minutes flat without having to listen to him drone on and on and on about how I spent too much on X-Boxes and flat-screen TVs, I'd love to hear what it is. Perhaps Kevin would like to send me a cashier's check.