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I dare you to turn on the TV, surf the local channels & NOT see Kevin Trudeau's face. He gets more exposure than sun bathers on the Gulf Coast. He's got more cures for more things than WebMD - well, maybe not, but you get the idea. Kevin Trudeau? You know, the guy who tells you things that The Man doesn't want you to know about. he's come up with a list of natural cures that, this time, it's traditional medicine that doesn't want you to know about. So, what we want to know...
Let's find out...
According to the shop at NaturalCures.com, the NaturalCures.com offer claims the following features & benefits: Three Books Natural Cures They Don't Want You to Know About More Natural Cures They Don't Want You to Know About Weight Loss Cures They Don't Want You to Know About 14 Reports Including:
A diverse collection of reports and ideas that usually takes numerous experts to compile. How do you think Kevin Trudeau did it? Or do you think the reviews are worth it? Let's dive a little deeper:
Order Process: The complaints we found were really, really old. Included in the reports are ComplaintsBoard.com & RipOffReport.com . We believe the offer has been updated by then and since we're writing this in 2011, we're glad to see the complaints have been reduced.
Product Performance: We found a review on a 3rd party site where someone pointed out that one of the alternative cures was helping his wife who had MS. We believed it. Other research we found seemed to indicate that, if nothing else, the cures doesn't seem to have any horrific side-effects. We didn't find anything that indicated that the cures cased hairy knuckles or third eyes or the like...
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