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Kevin Trudeau Complaint - He Is A Rip Off - Weight Loss Book

Review by spunkycv62 on 2007-11-12
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE -- This man needs to be taken off of TV...He lies. He goes into customers accounts retrieving money that no one has authorized. When you attempt to call.. They hang up on you.. Now I have to go through the hassle of getting a new bank card. I want all of my money returned.
Comments:3 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-11-12
Posted by tnchuck100 on 2007-11-12:
How can he possibly get into your account without authorization? Do you really think he got that lucky and guessed your bank routing and account numbers? If he was that good he'd probably go for the lottery....much better payoff.

I think you failed to pay attention to what you were getting into.
Posted by WhineX on 2007-11-12:
Trudeau is a convicted felon and a con man who tries to increase his book sales by whipping up paranoia with angry and gullible viewers. He's been sucessfully sued by the FTC for lying in infomercials, so it's not a huge surprise his company is actively ripping off customers.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-11-12:
spunkycv62, read the below and then go to the web site it gives you some numbers to call about this creep.

The New York state Consumer Protection Board warns those who follow Kevin Trudeau's advice to call a toll-free number for information that Trudeau is selling their name and contact information to telemarketers and junk mailers.
Some of Trudeau's customers have also complained of unexpected charges for his newsletter and discount purchase programs. (10/28/05)
Trudeau's troubles with the FTC continue. The FTC charges that Trudeau "deceptively claimed" in infomercials that the weight-loss plan outlined in his latest book is "easy to do, can be done at home, and ultimately allows readers to eat whatever they want." The diet actually "requires severe dieting," daily injections of a prescription drug not approved by the Food and Drug Administration for weight loss, and "lifelong dietary restrictions."* Read the FTC press release of Sept. 14, 2007.


http://skepdic.com/trudeau.html

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