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Complaint Review: The Nouveau Tech Society

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  • Submitted: Wed, April 12, 2006
  • Updated: Mon, September 07, 2009

  • Reported By:NLV Nevada
The Nouveau Tech Society
3357H Southpark Place P.O. Box 5205 Grove City, Ohio U.S.A.
  • Phone: 716-871-2844
  • Web:
  • Category: Cult

The Nouveau Tech Society ripoff secret society of talented and accomplished individuals - scam Grove City Ohio

* : Wow...and I thought I was stubborn.

*UPDATE Employee: you recieved a good letter...don't miss your opportunity.

*Consumer Suggestion: Follow Up to Nouveau Tech

*Consumer Comment: DID WE NOT LEARN FROM DAVIS KORESCH?

*Consumer Suggestion: One more thing about this scam. Explain this.Please.

*Consumer Comment: This is just amazing...

*Consumer Comment: STOP WITH THE FEAR TACTICS ,LIKE THE GOVERNMENT YOU DEPLORE

*Consumer Comment: STOP WITH THE FEAR TACTICS ,LIKE THE GOVERNMENT YOU DEPLORE

*Consumer Comment: STOP WITH THE FEAR TACTICS ,LIKE THE GOVERNMENT YOU DEPLORE

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*Consumer Suggestion: Questions for " Ed in Las Vegas" . Concerning Barbie Diamond.

*Consumer Suggestion: Watch what you tell people - Don't send them a thing.

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I received a letter from this secret society a few days ago. They said I was hand picked to join their society by special members, but they could not divulge their names. I had received a letter from them before and I sent for the free information they promised me. Then they asked for $140 to cover the overhead costs of printing and mailing the 2300 year old secrets - AND I GET THEM ALL (and I get to pass them down to my generations). However, they did not tell me what the information was or why I would be interested in it or why it is worth $140.

I simply threw the letter away because I saw it as a scam. But, they sent me another letter and gave me until 4/14/06 to answer this one and send them the $140 they requested. This is my last chance. That is what they said in the last letter. I wonder how many more 'last chances' I have.

I hope these people get what's coming to them! I hate to see other people taken advantage of! May we all ponder things carefully before we get involved - like investigating this society on the 'Internet'.

Lori
Las Vegas, Nevada
U.S.A.

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#1

Wow...and I thought I was stubborn.

AUTHOR: Ben Votaw - (USA)

Hi, my name is Ben...I don't want to send anyone over the deep end here, however, I am appalled by the amount of ill remarks some of you have made about the selling tactics of this particular book. The only way you should even be considered a consumer on this matter is if you actually paid for this product and were unpleased. Seriously, don't consumers "consume" a product. I received my first mailing from Neo-tech publishing in October of 2005. I was skeptical, and realized that my name was simply on a mailing list with many other opportunity seekers which I myself could obtain and use to peddle products of my choosing if I were selling something, so I did not act on it. Two months later I was going through a divorce and really needed help to get my life back together...it was then that I received another mailing from them and the price if memory serves me correctly was 81 dollars or something like that. I was losing everything anyways so I bought it. I'll admit I only skimmed through it when I first got it and I didn't really think of it as much more than a cheesy self help book. Well now here it is September of 2009 and I've finally committed to reading it. I'll tell you what this book of "Inside Secrets" is actually very eye opening and I have actually seen my life I lead before this in a new light. I'm not saying it's not good to be skeptical...I still am about a ton of things... but I do believe that I made a very good purchase in this big ol' phonebook lookin' thing. Self help and self awareness in life, business and relationships are not always easy things for people to ask for help with, understandably...however...if it's simply the selling techniques you aren't pleased with, why don't you dog out big tobacco or something addictive?...talk about some immoral sales gimmicks...Honestly I believe I got what I payed for initially..A big book, delivered by ups or fedex I think(it has been 4 years ago).and that was worth 81 dollars to me. I was very broke at the time too. I'm not going to infringe on any copyrights or anything like some have on here...but if you bought the book and not the luster, I mean the product and not the package or marketing, then you would see firsthand what this litereture could do to help you improve your personal situation too.
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#2 UPDATE Employee

you recieved a good letter...don't miss your opportunity.

AUTHOR: Relm - (U.S.A.)

ok...so i understand some people's fustrations out there in the world today. A lot of scams and a lot of b.s. but when it comes to the nouveau tech society i assure you it's no scam. i have went through the experience myself and it has changed my life to an extreme. however, i will be honest with you. no, i have not finished my first book. and no i have not gotten to my second yet. i have both books in my room right now, but it is so much information that i cannot fit it all in in just one day like they say in the introduction booklet. that's just crazy. yet they do tell you that you don't have to read the whole book word for word. they say to skip to the pages that interest you the most. and it is true. when you over read these words it truly does feel powerful. the feelings that passed through my body when i was reading was immense. confusing it is, but understandable and open you have to be. do not go into this book questioning it's abilities. as you shouldn't go into any new experience questioning in the first place, because the only energy you will recieve back from that type of attitude is negativity and doubt. open your mind. we are capable of anything... human beings. and that is what the book tells of. it writes of capabilities beyond this world and what the masses are used to hearing. you wouldn't believe it unless you were open. it all makes sense. so don't say it's a scam because people are so fortunate to come across this book. it tells people of other scams out there. of people who usurp power from others on this earth. the real meaning of right and wrong and what it is to be right or wrong. not what you might think is right or wrong. it's intense. it is no devil worshipping. it speaks of human nature... the same as animal nature. we are all connected, and this is why i am reaching out to you out there. i understand.... it's hard to throw your faith out there to someone who seems, i guess kind of "iffy". but i had the time and the little bit of money to take that chance. and i took that chance because my journey is of the truth and i don't care what money it takes or what it takes period to find it. whether this book is wrong or right, or whatever the case may be... never stop SEARCHING for the truth and never let anything get in the way just because it has a price on it. do what you have to do to find your own. good luck. and remember...we're all connected. so if you ever have any questions, not that i'm trying to be your savior or know it all, i'm always here just as a friend to help you find your answers and maybe you could help me find some more answers as well. thank you all. p.s. we are all special.
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

Follow Up to Nouveau Tech

AUTHOR: Marie - (U.S.A.)

To Mark In Texas,
I too was approached by your organization. I am Marie from Las Vegas and yes I also filed a report. The bottom line is that you can't deliver what you promise, there are no celiberties that know me, and reading your book is not going to make me rich, skinny or lucky. In the letter from Kristen Hart (If in fact she is real) she uses the term free and wants to swear on the Bible that all this is true. Well it isn't free is it? I read your 56 pages of nonsense and came to the conclusion that your organization is a scam and the simple definition of a scam is, is trying to sell goods or services that make a claim that can't be supported with facts or deliver what they promise. So you can be offended and huff and puff because people aren't buying in to your product but in the end it won't do you a bit of good because the word is out on your organization.
Marie
Las Vegas
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#4 Consumer Comment

DID WE NOT LEARN FROM DAVIS KORESCH?

AUTHOR: Robert - (U.S.A.)

How can anyone possibly follow these scams and their phony leaders after what we see happens to those that do-Remember Jim Jones and the Bagwan Shree Rashneesh?-Please folks' do not support these groups. They hold no secrets or have any inside information to give you.-They will take your money and leave you feeling a little broker and alot more stupid-They are scams' pure and simple and they are everywhere-They are frauds-
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#5 Consumer Suggestion

One more thing about this scam. Explain this.Please.

AUTHOR: Steve - (U.S.A.)

I have recieved these letters off and on for over 20 years. It is always the same BS.

Here is the part I like. How they say you were "Selected" due to your "qualites", etc..

Please take note that this is a form letter that is sent by bulk mail. Real special I guess.

So, I guess the qualifying quality to be "special" is to have a verifiable mailing address and a heartbeat!

Noveau tech is a scam and a cult. Period. Avoid these freaks at all cost.
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#6 Consumer Comment

This is just amazing...

AUTHOR: E. - (U.S.A.)

After all the postings I've read so far, I can't help but scream at the utter ridicule of this whole concept, and its supporters. Real names or not.

Here are some facts you need to consider:

1) If you write a booklet, flyer, essay (or whatever fancies you) with this type of concept in, let's say, Colombia, Central America, you might as well have a pre-paid burial site because you will most likely get beheaded by either the religious fanatics or the government itself. "Exactly our point! Religion and Government", you'd probably say. But guess what? You DIDN'T write it in Colombia, you wrote it in the good 'ole U.S. of A. Where WE (The People), under God, believe in FREEDOM. Yes, Freedom! Freedoms of all shapes and sizes. Here, you can write whatever turns you on and you don't have to worry who likes it and who doesn't. Isn't that great? To speak your mind and keep on walking freely? Those that are interested in what you have to say will follow you. You can count on it.

2) Deception ~ A good 'ole characteristic of marketing strategists everywhere, probably in use since the begining of time as we know it. Wait, haven't all predators used this form of technique to atract or capture their prey? Well, you're right again! So does Organized Religion and Government alike. Yes, I must agree with you on that one (forcefully, though). However, isn't that the whole chemistry behind the marketing strategy utilized by Nu-Tech in the direct mail campaign? Absolutely! I do direct mail advertising for a living. I know what it takes to make the sale and I also know where it comes from and how to get around the laws that govern in every state regarding false statements or "misleading" information.

Not sure if it's legal? No problem. Just hire a good 'ole American attorney to review what you claim or sell and he/she will tell you what to change or correct or rephrase or whatever and you're in business! Again, just another GREAT freedom you can exercise in the U.S. of A. "Legal Deception for a Fee" is what it should be called. Go ahead and tell me that it isn't true. I expected since I really don't know what I'm talking about either. The same goes for the "chain letter" marketing strategy. All those letters are written by freelancers who are given a topic with specific "points that must be mentioned" and when it's all done, the best sounding most believable letters are picked for the campaign. I'm wrong again, right? Dream on...

3) Profits ~ OK. This is a tricky one that I'm hoping you'll clear for me. According to some of the rebuttals, whether from "Barbie, Al, Ed, Moe, Larry or Curly), the point is "to spread the word of wisdom" to all of us brainwashed, scrutinized, opressed and lost antisocials. Yes, that's right. Antisocials, I said. I believe it was Barbie-Al bin Laden that called us an 'antisociety' in her/his speech. Was it not? Anywho, us antisocials need guidance, so the Nu-Tech has taken upon themselves to open our eyes so that we can see the "real truth of the universe" and how it is affecting us in every aspect of our daily existence. Yes, No, Maybe So?
Whatever. The point is that you're spreading your 'vision' and that's what the whole goal is behind the The Nu-Tech Society. Got it.

So, why is it then so expensive? If the whole concept behind your campaign is to get as many people to see the truth as possible, why do you make it so hard to reach for the average Joe? Hey dude. I'm speaking from experience here, ok? Just like the rest of us antisocials, I was one of the lost souls that almost ordered your doctrines. Guess what, though? I couldn't budge at the time. You dig? I'm ultimately glad I didn't make the extra effort, but that doesn't matter now. You see, Lars of Locksley (from England wasn't it? Who cares.) wrote that he was pretty much at the end of his rope, every-wise, yet he mustered the $150+ investment to save his own life and that of his "loved" ones. I was actually flabbergasted that someone had finally used the word 'love' in any of your replies. After all, it's all about the advancement of "Business, Science and Art".

Sorry, I'm slowly getting away from the point.

Anyway, getting back on track, why is it so expensive? You see, as a marketing professional, I'm also VERY well educated in printing since 3 years of my 18 year career I spent at a major printing plant. The paper you use for your letters, booklets or anything else is periodicals stock (or as we lettershop monkeys call it: toilet tissue). In essence, it is by far the cheapest paper money can buy. Envelopes? Another cheap investment. Especially if you buy them in the millions, as claimed by bin Laden, I mean, Barbie-Al. Furthermore, from the looks of everything I received, you are using a budget shop. I know just from the quality of the final product. Again, I expect you to tell me I'm wrong 'cuz I'm just another infantile hypocrite trying to hide behind excuses instead of facing reality.

So, now you're just left with postage. Yes, postage IS expensive. Especially presorted First-Class mail. You could have saved a lot of money by going Standard mail but of course, any good marketing guru knows that First Class gets the almost-guaranteed opening of the envelope. Or at least longer attention opposed to Standard mail, which ends up 97% in the garbage. But then again, since your campaign is well planned, and the list of prospects is strategically picked from multi-crateria databases that targets the buying audience, why chince on the postage? All that work just to end up in the garbage? No way Jose! We'll just charge more for the newspaper and get most of our money back that way. After all, it only costs $1.50 to make and our return investment is terrific! Dude, I want what you're smoking. Seriously.

4) Back to Lars. I just can't help it. I did mention that he's the only one using the word love anywhere on your defenses. Is love another taboo of the society or am I misunderstanding something? Maybe it is my idiotic, antisocial and manipulated brain that doesn't see it. But I just don't think so. A society based on business, science and art. Yet, love is not a priority. Even the most mentally unevolved creature can feel love. It is as essential to life as water (H2O) and oxygen (O). No Love = Chaos. Period.

You see, just like you preach to be, I am also not religious. I do not follow religion but it's NOT because I do not believe in "God" or "Jesus", because I do. I just do not believe in organized "feelings". I DO believe in a God. I just don't see things in the same way the church tells me to. Or like the Bible even. That's another book that's just as debatable as yours is. But let's not go into belief-bashing right now 'cuz that's not the goal here.

What I call God is not just some invisible being sitting on a golden throne above the clouds. As pretty as it sounds it is not how I feel about God. Just like me, it is different for everyone what God means to them. In any case, the beauty of it all is that no matter who you ask about their 'God', the answers will all intermingle together with one huge point in common. It is what most of us call this incomprehensible and magnificent force that surrounds us, yet we can't see it, but can't ignore it exists. If you even argue that point, then I'm convinced you're absolutely drinkin' peyote now.

You see, any type of religion, cult or faith that is "organized", can't help the establishing of rules, all of which are designed for it's fellow members. Now, check out that word again.

MEMBER. (Webster ? noun) A person, animal, plant, group, etc., that is part of a SOCIETY, party, community, taxon, or other body.

i.e. - Member of a congregation, member of a cult, member of a clan/gang/team, a member of Congress, etc.

Get my drift? Members following strategic rules from a leader, or leaders, for the mutual benefit of the 'cause'. It's easy to herd sheep when you're a terrific shepherd. Look at what happened in Waco! You point out disregarding the entire concept of God because you know the word itself will always remind people of organized religion. Yes, it is inflicted into most of us since birth. And Thank God it is! Maybe you wish to ignore it (although I think it's more of a marketing scheme to create controversion) but this country came to be what it is today because the people that came here believed in something. A better life, with true freedom from government and church but boy did they have one thing in common all them people... Give up? That's right. God!

I can't deny the fact that religion and government both have been directly responsible for the massacre of millions of innocent people throughout history. However, would you be exercising your God-given talent, with the freedom you do, if it wasn't for these horrible people that came before you? And if you were, would it be in English as your native language? Think again, Mussolini.

I feel the same way about the government. Another organization that takes people's feelings and twists them to gain power over the same. However, without government there would also be chaos. Somebody has to keep all those antisocials under check, don't you think? But at the same time, i forgot The Nu-Tech Society could eliminate all forms of government if we just follow the simple mental-unblocking techniques presented to us in your teachings. I'm just exhausted, bro.

I'll tell YOU a little secret before I dispatch to Hell. These reports are not hurting you any and you d**n well know it. As a matter of fact, this is exactly the kind of publicity you seek. The more people argue over the subject and the more commotion you draw to yourself (especially FREE of charge) the more popular the subject becomes and the more interest you will gain from all those seeking to find out what exactly are you teaching in your literature. This is the best marketing you can possibly get and works way better than any bulk letter you could ever write. Very wise of you to make a rebuttal. I definitely underestimated you, bin Al-Bie.

Totally slick, indeed. You deserve a herd.

Best of luck in your new Matrix Society.

I'll see you next time I need to phone home...
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#7 Consumer Comment

STOP WITH THE FEAR TACTICS ,LIKE THE GOVERNMENT YOU DEPLORE

AUTHOR: Margaret - (U.S.A.)

MARK ,
WE ARE ALL GOING TO DIE WHETHER OR NOT WE SEND YOU $140.00 ,OR ANY OTHER AMOUNT YO CONN US OUT OF. YOU ARE GOING TO DIE ,TOO, GET REAL! DONT FORGET TO CAPITALIZE APPROPIATLY, PLEASE YOU'LL APPEAR MORE INTELLIGENT
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STOP WITH THE FEAR TACTICS ,LIKE THE GOVERNMENT YOU DEPLORE

AUTHOR: Margaret - (U.S.A.)

MARK ,
WE ARE ALL GOING TO DIE WHETHER OR NOT WE SEND YOU $140.00 ,OR ANY OTHER AMOUNT YO CONN US OUT OF. YOU ARE GOING TO DIE ,TOO, GET REAL! DONT FORGET TO CAPITALIZE APPROPIATLY, PLEASE YOU'LL APPEAR MORE INTELLIGENT
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STOP WITH THE FEAR TACTICS ,LIKE THE GOVERNMENT YOU DEPLORE

AUTHOR: Margaret - (U.S.A.)

MARK ,
WE ARE ALL GOING TO DIE WHETHER OR NOT WE SEND YOU $140.00 ,OR ANY OTHER AMOUNT YO CONN US OUT OF. YOU ARE GOING TO DIE ,TOO, GET REAL! DONT FORGET TO CAPITALIZE APPROPIATLY, PLEASE YOU'LL APPEAR MORE INTELLIGENT
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#10 Consumer Comment

the nouveau tech society

AUTHOR: Mark - (U.S.A.)

i usually do not do this, but for one day only i will address the issues regarding the nouveau tech society, in the most honest, rational, objective, way that your previous comments were not. to everyone who feels the nouveau tech society is a rip off. how can you say they are a rip off without responding to there letter, without receiving the package of inside secrets? in fact the package itself answers every question that i have read in all your comments and all the questions about life. the secret information that you have been denied! such as how the government exists only through usurping your every values and power! that without those usurped values and power through force and deception they would not exist! the book tells you how to defend yourself against this problem! the book also reveals every hoax that has also usured your values and power and tells you how to defend against this! the book also reveals every business hoax and tells you how to instantly profit in every love money and power situation! every fact is proven! i am and have been a nouveau tech society elite member for some time and i can honestly, rationally, and objectively say there secrets work and you would be absolutly crazy if you did not respond to the letter! this kind of crazy only leads to a stagnation and a slow and painfull death! the book saves you from this! howrver you might have missed your chance!
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#11 Consumer Suggestion

Questions for " Ed in Las Vegas" . Concerning Barbie Diamond.

AUTHOR: Russ - (U.S.A.)

Hi Ed.I would like all the info you can provide on Barbie Diamond .You respond and defend Nouveau Tech alot here.

It's been stated that there is no actual Barbie Diamond.In other words,it's a fake,made up name.A flat out lie by Nouveau Tech.I won't pass judgement at this point.Set the record straight please.

I thought "Barbara Diamond" was possibly a made up(fake) marketing name. In the same vein as Aunt Jemima pancake mix,or maybe like Uncle Ben.Maybe Betty Crocker frosting,or even Mr. Whiffle the Charmin toilet paper man.

But then there are still rebuttals on Ripoff Report signed by Barbara Diamond. As if Barbara Diamond in Utah is a real person.

However, none of the internet search engines show any Barbara Diamond listed at any adress.Or the phone books.There seems to be no verifiable proof she exists.

Tell us about Barbie as a person.I want to know all about Barbie(Barbara).

What was her maiden name?Who's her Hubby?
What schools did she graduate from? What years that can be verifed.Was she on the swim team or a cheerleader or anything?Honor student or kicked out for smoking pot? Just wondering.

What's her personality like?Wild and crazy party girl or book worm type?
Can you post some pictures of her that can be verified?What's she look like,a hottie or a sleaze?

What does Barbie do in her leisure time away from Nouveau Tech?Hit the casino's there in Vegas,play minature golf,read the Bible,surf the net for porn,go to flea markets,or what?
Tell us all about Barbie please.

Ed,surely you don't want to be sticking up for a company that drums up business by telling lies do you?

Give us conclusive, verifiable, "proof", that Barbie Diamond is a real person and not a fake name.I'm just very curious and pass no judgement at this point.

By the way,on a personal note .
Don't you feel you have sunk to a new low?
By having to constantly defend a company with dozens of Ripoff Reports about it?
Over and over and over and over and over again?
Just curious.
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#12 Consumer Suggestion

Watch what you tell people - Don't send them a thing.

AUTHOR: Ursula - (U.S.A.)

I received 2 letters for The Nouveau Tech Society, one dated March 8 and the other one dated April 8. What was most alarming was the contents of paragraph 11 where they specifically mentioned a situation I 'was' going through, where I had been trying to acheive a 'certain' goal.

Anyone who won't disclose upfront how they got your name or who they are isn't worth doing business with. Not only could it be a scam, but a set up - an attempt to gather information from you and/or ruin your life.

I'd say, it's worth hiring someone to investigate exactly how they got your name and why they are pursuing you.

Don't send them a thing.
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#13 Consumer Comment

Nouveau Tech

AUTHOR: Ed - (U.S.A.)

I find it interesting that when I peruse the responses here most people talk about this being a scam YET they have not done business with the company. Isn't this the same behavior as our politicians in Washington D.C. act?

I have done business with the company and can honestly say they deliver. No you won't become rich over night by reading their book, but you will learn valuable insights into how the world operates to allow you to make better personal decisions.

A concern for most working people is how do I earn more money from the company I work for? Most go to work and do their routine job then go home and back to work the next day. They have no drive to help the company because most of their ideas have been shot down by management. Some people have political environments that don't allow for creativity. A simple process that can help move you forward is: ask your boss how you can help the company do better.

You might not like what you hear and you may not be able to do it but at least you know where you stand. This is something that your co-workers aren't doing or won't do. The people who have advanced in their careers have done this in some form already.

If you exert the effort and discipline to do what the company needs done according to your boss, you will be demonstrating a rare trait: integrity.

Life is a process of trial and error. It can seem sometimes that you are making more errors than others but the important part is learning from those errors.

I like this say: "If you give a person a fish then you feed them for a day, if you teach a person to fish then you feed them for a lifetime." I believe that Nouveau Tech can feed you for a lifetime.
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#14 Consumer Comment

Nouveau Tech

AUTHOR: Ed - (U.S.A.)

I find it interesting that when I peruse the responses here most people talk about this being a scam YET they have not done business with the company. Isn't this the same behavior as our politicians in Washington D.C. act?

I have done business with the company and can honestly say they deliver. No you won't become rich over night by reading their book, but you will learn valuable insights into how the world operates to allow you to make better personal decisions.

A concern for most working people is how do I earn more money from the company I work for? Most go to work and do their routine job then go home and back to work the next day. They have no drive to help the company because most of their ideas have been shot down by management. Some people have political environments that don't allow for creativity. A simple process that can help move you forward is: ask your boss how you can help the company do better.

You might not like what you hear and you may not be able to do it but at least you know where you stand. This is something that your co-workers aren't doing or won't do. The people who have advanced in their careers have done this in some form already.

If you exert the effort and discipline to do what the company needs done according to your boss, you will be demonstrating a rare trait: integrity.

Life is a process of trial and error. It can seem sometimes that you are making more errors than others but the important part is learning from those errors.

I like this say: "If you give a person a fish then you feed them for a day, if you teach a person to fish then you feed them for a lifetime." I believe that Nouveau Tech can feed you for a lifetime.
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#15 Consumer Comment

Nouveau Tech

AUTHOR: Ed - (U.S.A.)

I find it interesting that when I peruse the responses here most people talk about this being a scam YET they have not done business with the company. Isn't this the same behavior as our politicians in Washington D.C. act?

I have done business with the company and can honestly say they deliver. No you won't become rich over night by reading their book, but you will learn valuable insights into how the world operates to allow you to make better personal decisions.

A concern for most working people is how do I earn more money from the company I work for? Most go to work and do their routine job then go home and back to work the next day. They have no drive to help the company because most of their ideas have been shot down by management. Some people have political environments that don't allow for creativity. A simple process that can help move you forward is: ask your boss how you can help the company do better.

You might not like what you hear and you may not be able to do it but at least you know where you stand. This is something that your co-workers aren't doing or won't do. The people who have advanced in their careers have done this in some form already.

If you exert the effort and discipline to do what the company needs done according to your boss, you will be demonstrating a rare trait: integrity.

Life is a process of trial and error. It can seem sometimes that you are making more errors than others but the important part is learning from those errors.

I like this say: "If you give a person a fish then you feed them for a day, if you teach a person to fish then you feed them for a lifetime." I believe that Nouveau Tech can feed you for a lifetime.
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Nouveau Tech

AUTHOR: Ed - (U.S.A.)

I find it interesting that when I peruse the responses here most people talk about this being a scam YET they have not done business with the company. Isn't this the same behavior as our politicians in Washington D.C. act?

I have done business with the company and can honestly say they deliver. No you won't become rich over night by reading their book, but you will learn valuable insights into how the world operates to allow you to make better personal decisions.

A concern for most working people is how do I earn more money from the company I work for? Most go to work and do their routine job then go home and back to work the next day. They have no drive to help the company because most of their ideas have been shot down by management. Some people have political environments that don't allow for creativity. A simple process that can help move you forward is: ask your boss how you can help the company do better.

You might not like what you hear and you may not be able to do it but at least you know where you stand. This is something that your co-workers aren't doing or won't do. The people who have advanced in their careers have done this in some form already.

If you exert the effort and discipline to do what the company needs done according to your boss, you will be demonstrating a rare trait: integrity.

Life is a process of trial and error. It can seem sometimes that you are making more errors than others but the important part is learning from those errors.

I like this say: "If you give a person a fish then you feed them for a day, if you teach a person to fish then you feed them for a lifetime." I believe that Nouveau Tech can feed you for a lifetime.
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#17 Consumer Comment

I got his letter today, too

AUTHOR: Amy - (U.S.A.)

I might send for the free book. Of course I'm not giving them any money. I was skeptical from the first page and I kept thinking, cult. (mine is from Kirsten Hart in Clifton, NJ)
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#18 Consumer Comment

I got his letter today, too

AUTHOR: Amy - (U.S.A.)

I might send for the free book. Of course I'm not giving them any money. I was skeptical from the first page and I kept thinking, cult. (mine is from Kirsten Hart in Clifton, NJ)
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#19 Consumer Comment

I got his letter today, too

AUTHOR: Amy - (U.S.A.)

I might send for the free book. Of course I'm not giving them any money. I was skeptical from the first page and I kept thinking, cult. (mine is from Kirsten Hart in Clifton, NJ)
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#20 Consumer Comment

I got his letter today, too

AUTHOR: Amy - (U.S.A.)

I might send for the free book. Of course I'm not giving them any money. I was skeptical from the first page and I kept thinking, cult. (mine is from Kirsten Hart in Clifton, NJ)
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