Novus Tek claims it has all the secrets for "enormous wealth, love and the most phenomenal personal abilities."
It also promises you will learn "where the profits are in games of chance", "to transfer money, power, prestige from the uninformed to you", "generate huge sums of money... without even trying" and "lose weight or eliminate addictions effortlessly and virtually overnight."
If that's not enough, you can learn "how to control anyone, win any lover, and be more intelligent." You apparently get all this if you send $120 (about 65) for a 553-page "manuscript". So it's hardly secret, and hardly limited to the list of high-profile people.
Novus Tek was started some decades ago by Frank Wallace, known to US Federal authorities as Wallace Ward. (see more info at this URL:)
Wallace wrote much of his material in a US penitentiary after he was found guilty on tax evasion charges. Wallace later moved into Zonpower, whatever that is, leaving Novus Tek to others.
But Novus Tek still claims Wallace used "secret knowledge" to advance major discoveries at General Motors, IBM, in military aviation and in and finding cures for progressive diseases. All this, but no Nobel Prize so far.
Neo-Tech, from the same Nevada address, was the subject of an Advertising Standards Authority ruling in May 2000. The ASA asked for proof of benefits such as "you will be having sex with beautiful women in one week."
The ASA said Neo-Tech had "not provided evidence, other than anecdotal, to show the guaranteed earnings, improvements to health, and other benefits had been, or could be, attained."
So, send the letter from Novus Tek to a recycling bin and save your cash.