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Are Property Seminars A Good Bet?

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property seminars ARE a good bet

... for the lowlifes who run them

Yep - have nothing to do with property seminars. Or better still, send me a cheque for £2500 and I`ll give you the `Inside Track` (an A4 binder and some DVDs)!!!! :lol:

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property seminars ARE a good bet

... for the lowlifes who run them

Absolutely. Completely and utterly spot on. The first rule I ask myself of any investment "advice" is if its such a good idea why is this person telling (selling) it to me?

Mind you, I'm as poor as a church mouse.... so much for my financial acumen! :lol:

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Yep - have nothing to do with property seminars. Or better still, send me a cheque for £2500 and I`ll give you the `Inside Track` (an A4 binder and some DVDs)!!!! :lol:

Just remember if you follow the advice and then get ripped off by a developer they're nothing to do with me.

And also if you meet someone at my place who offers to finance the "no lose schemes" and you don't win they're nothing to do with me.

And if you find any properties advertised online that look like the exclusive properties only available to my fully paid up members - it must just be a coincidence.

The problem would always exist between your chair and your chequebook - not with my course.

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