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national grantsthis is a scam

for $999 you get a set of books and a 3 day seminar to teach how to obtain grant money or interest free or low rate loans from the government. but, this is just a prelude to getting you to invest into some special real estate software (of which most can be found on the internet for free) and additional seminars in real estate investing for $8, 000 & $23, 000. what you get is alot of FLUFF BUT NO MEAT on the grants, so you know alittle more than what you did when you arrived. armond grossman is the seminar pitchman and he is very motivating, smoooth & slick...great story teller and great at spending 3 days "teaching"????? what he could do in one day or less...PLEASE SAVE YOUR MONEY...THIS IS A RIP OFF AND A SCAM...i am embarrassed that i allowed myself to get scammed when many sites on the internet were their to warn me and others about this rip off. all i had to do was do the search before instead of after i paid the money...dummy me [protected]

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