To all those who have written reports on Kevin Trudeau, his Natural Cures Corporation, his promoting of the Nouveau Tech Society (of which he is a member), its Orientation Booklet and Discovery "Manuscript":
I wish I would have gone on-line to Bad Business Bureau or ripoff.com to review what all of you reported before I picked-up the phone and called "toll free" to order two of Kevin's books which he alledges provide natural cures to many common illnesses.
All I can say is, "Me too!" I am encountering the same heart-ache most of you have experienced with Kevin, and his so-called staff.
I will be calling my bank first thing in the morning to stop-payment or have any further attempted charges against my account by Natural Cures Newsletter "not approved," even if it costs me more than his monthly charges.
I haven't completely read both of his books pertaining to natural cures, therefore, I will reserve the right to comment on them at another time. The Nouveau Tech Orientation Booklet which accompanied my package when his books arrived, however, I have read, and I want to make a few statements.
The Orientation Booklet is the most poorly written piece of publishing material I have ever read. My huntin' dog knows better grammar than that displayed in the booklet, and I am shocked that even Kevin would associate himself with such a deplorable "publication." However, it was free, and it cost me only the time I wasted reading it.
You know what they say, "You get what you pay for!" However, based on the free Orientation Booklet, designed purely for the purpose of extracting $134.95, plus s/h, from gullible dreamers and want-to-be's, I can't fathom the perported 1000-page Discovery "manuscript" is worth the paper it's printed on. Gee, there's a special copy just waiting for me too, provided I order it by Friday (of any given week)! It'll just have to wait.
I noticed that each of the story tellers in the Orientation Booklet received his or her "secrets" free. He or she either found the manuscript under a park bench, got it in the mail from a brother or an anonymous admirer, or someone left it for them at a library in an unidentified small town somewhere along the highway to Las Vegas, etc. I can't help but wonder why I should be expected to give my last $134.95 for it, especially since I am one of the "rare few" with incredible hidden talents and traits, known only to members of the Nouveau Tech Society. It's a wonder Kevin and Nouveau don't operate "off-shore!"
Just to let readers know, a copy of that booklet is being sent to millions of people around the globe, but only a few have requested it. Those who did request it received an eight page unsolicited letter with an order form enclosed. I knew it was a scam when the letter came to me marked "Personal," and the envelop had a pre-printed bulk-mail stamp on it. By the way, if you've ordered anything from Kevin, or ITV Direct, or Nouveau Tech, expect to be besieged with scams both in the mail, on the phone, and in your bulk-email bin.
The information in Kevin's newsletters may be accurate to one degree or another, but it is nothing new and it can be obtained freely from a multitude of other sources. Most of the letter itself simply promotes his other writings.
For those of you truly interested in natural health and well-being, try to get copies of two books written and published several decades ago. They may be out-of-print, but try books stores and libaries.
One book is titled, "Please Doctor Do Something!" It was written back in the early '70s by Dr. Joe Nichols, former President and CEO of Natural Foods Associates. The other book is titled, "Way To Natural Health and Beauty." It was written by Maurice Messegue in the late '70s. Both books are excellent. I hope you can find them today. I've used the information in them extensively for more than 40-years. While I am not totally healthy, I am in "d**n good shape for an 'ol fart!"
You'll be amazed at all you can do with a head of organic cabbage. Don't throw away the dark green leaves! Good luck on finding the books!