30-Day Money Makeover: The No B.S. Guide to Putting More Money in Your Pocket NOW.
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39 of 45 found the following review helpful:
Beware of Florida huckster! Sep 19, 2012
Checked Steve Sitkowski's book titled "30-DAY Money Makeover" after receiving a mailing pimping his financial Workshops in Seattle and King County. His small print disclosure at the bottom of his "pitch" should have everyone running immediately to put it in the trash. Checked out his company - headquartered in Florida - again run - could not find any security license under his name-30-Day Money Makeover: The No B.S. Guide to Putting More Money in Your Pocket NOW. just trying to sell his book and more expensive setup materials - If he took any more money -we would call it a Ponzi scheme - report his mailing to your States Attorneys General ASAP - save other people from throwing their good money down the drain too! review by Retired StockBroker.
18 of 23 found the following review helpful:
Waste of money and not a good start to a money makeover Mar 17, 2011
Book tries to cover a lot of topics but fails miserably in providing substance to any one topic. You would be better off buying Dave Ramsey's book on Financial Peace.
19 of 27 found the following review helpful:
It does exactly what it says on the tin!! Jan 07, 2011
I was prompted to buy this book by both the current state of the economy and a recommendation from a friend who read it. It's easy to read and, more importantly, understand. It's amazing how even the simplest ideas can have such an impact to your bank balance. My advice - don't just buy it and put it on the shelf - Read it! Some of the information was not applicable for me while living in the UK, but other things made up for it. It's a logical, thoughtful approach that has made a difference to my life. Thanks!
3 of 5 found the following review helpful:
3 hour investment dinner seminar had plenty of "cheese "but not in the food Mar 27, 2014
By ROBERT Rothschild
I attended his free seminar at the Hyatt in Hauppauge New York. They promised dinner and a copy of his book, showing a copy of the bound book in the marketing material. Dinner at the Hyatt was a box lunch from most likely an outside low budget sandwich shop. Or perhaps the staff prepared the dinner in their hotel room, I really can't tell. A cookie, an unpeeled orange, a small bag of chips, and a roll with a very small piece of some sort of chicken.
Would you trust a company like this?
0 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Five Stars Jul 18, 2014
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