At this website, http://www.shortcuttomoney.com, he requests a phone number and email address and promises that you will "quickly receive the valuable FREE report that details my corporate credit resources and a sample of the lenders that will give you the money you want". He further states that you will get Shortcut to Money - How to Get Quick Cash to Make Your Small Business Flourish (a $197 value) Absolutely Free AND a Complimentary Money Shortcut Strategy Session (an Additional $397 value!).
Then, he also promises "Beyond This Page You Will Find:
1) The contact list of the 15 national lenders that offer easy to get unsecured business lines of credit.
2) My proven SECRET to getting an immediate $200,000 to $400,000 in unsecured new business lines of credit
3) How to have bankers always say YES even though you've not even begun to establish a proven corporate credit history!
4) Learn how to leverage the credit system to make your wins bigger and minimize your losses in business!
5) Learn my EXACT strategies to get a quick shortcut to the money you need without going through the long painstaking process of building a corporate credit profile
Upon clicking the submit button, the next page does NOT have the report. Instead there is a request to call 612-251-9830 to get the report. In addition, the website states: "We will even throw in a FREE gift for you just for taking the time out of your busy day to call us and request our report. We will send you a FREE hard cover copy of the New York Times best seller "Cracking the Millionaire Code".
When the number is called, you are told that the ONLY way to get the book is to attend one of his live seminars.
If he is so deceptive regarding a small item such as a book, what type of misrepresentation might one expect with all off the other products and services that he promotes in his numerous other websites?