RUSS WHITNEY SCAM- A Myth

The back fence talk that is circulating about the Russ Whitney scam heeds no evidence. With having mentored about 6 million men and women about taking charge of their own financial destiny, rumors of scam are bound to spread. Evidence of Russ Whitney’s success stories with those who have made money from his real estate mentoring covers a huge numerical list that one can experience live in the following videos.

Having published 7 bestselling books, being a part of uncountable number of seminars, having delivered innumerable inspiring and successful speeches, Russ Whitney has proved that he is there for the betterment of financial gain in people’s life. How can such a popular philanthropist, a bestselling author and an inspiring icon for many be a scam? Rumors on Russ Whitney Scam state about the fee being over-charged on Russ Whitney’s courses and training programs.

But on the contradictory, most of the Russ Whitney’s teaching materials are available online as free downloadable files. When one wants to get deeper training, they can opt for Russ Whitney’s paid courses. The course fee nothing when compared to the long term benefits that one will derive after attending the courses. Russ Whitney’s courses are centered on giving financial training and investment related information. One is sure to reach financial gains within a stipulated period of time.

There is no compulsion on registering to Russ Whitney courses, the fan following and the results that the 6 million people have experienced personally talk out loud in the form of reviews, numbers and new registrations about the honesty about Russ Whitney.

These videos are evidence that people who take up courses have been benefited financially by Russ Whitney. Russ Whitney, being a millionaire himself wants to share is personal experiences and ideas so that he can help people get richer. The below screenshot is an extract from the New York Times, which mentions Russ Whitney’s potential goals and aim for the people.

Reference:

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/03/18/realestate/keymagazine/318RUSS.t.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0

Russ Whitney Wants You to Be Rich

Russ Whitney Scam is a myth that is gone viral over the internet hindering the success story of Russ Whitney. Personal experience talks much of honesty, whereas in evident information talks about scam. Make your choices wisely.

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