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Flip and grow rich June 17, 2007

Filed under: Grow rich — eo @ 1:20 pm

Round and round is bringing you Round and Round’s take on the Montelongo’s Flip and grow rich advice.
So, what is it, basically? Armando Montelongo claims to be a kick-ass enterpreneur who has all the secrets how to be rich and wealthy and so on and so forth. So did Napoleon Hill (Think and grow rich).

Round and round will rather tell you how to do it one by one from his site. Let’s go:
– How to create your own flipping machine
Work, work, work.
Don’t waste time reading this. Nor anything.

– How to flip in any market – hot, cold or flat.
Did I mention work?

– How to find, fund, fix and flip properties from the comfort of your own home.
The Internet.
Search for real estate sites. Search for estate sites. Search for trading sites. Google helps. So easy.

– How to flip properties across the nation using only your computer
The Internet, alright?

– How to find more deals and money than you will ever need
That’s a bit impossible. In most cases. But just try working and that might get you closer to the goal than you’re without work anyway.

Also, he tells some stuff about his failures and how he kept failing untill he got on TV. That’s good, but that’s very basic stuff.
By chance he seems to have had some really advertising-convenient inconveniences like huge debt, no money, etc.

It seems you have to be in debt to be making money (so the experience of all the grow-rich authors says). Oh, whatever.


3 Responses to “Flip and grow rich”

  1. Bryan Says:

    That was absoutely zero help what so ever. Thanks

  2. Jeff Says:

    Yes, what was the point of that? I think I know what he was attempting to do, but it would have been much more valuable if the person reviewing was someone who actually read it and pointed out actual evidence of what this program offers compared to others.. That out of the way, I will (then), drop a bit of knowledge: Everything that TV real estate gurus are hawking (and have been hawking for the last 20 years), is a set of concepts put forth and published in the early 70’s, by a guy named: Albert J. Lowry. He wrote a very famous hardcover book called (long title): “How to Become Independently Wealthy Through the Investment of Real Estate”. THIS IS THE MAN – Period. Same concepts have been “updated”, and “remarketed” over and over (Dave Del Dotto, Carleton Sheets, Tony “Think Different”) and so on. They have used gimmicks like “Now use the internet to maximize your profits”, etc.. Armando Montelongo (right now), is trying to leverage what (limited) exposure he has experienced, to turn it into a business to escape getting a job. John Beck’s “Free and Clear” is also techniques that have been around forever, because it’s simple government practice that the general public doesn’t research for whatever circumstantial reasons they have. ALL of these “get wealthy now” marketers are trying to take advantage of the fact that there are people who either haven’t made a career decision and went forward, OR, are in the Starbucks instant gratification set. MORAL: Get Albert J. Lowry’s book, READ IT ALL, and you will INSTANTLY be able to identify a COPYCAT just by seeing the infomercial. I bought his book in 1987, and it still gets reprinted every year, but there are no infomercials for it, because Mr. Lowry is nearing retirement years, although his son has taken over a lot of the business. Why do I know so much about it? Because I read Albert’s book, and also bought Dave’s, Carleton’s, and others, and really wish more people (who are up watching those infomercials), knew where it all came from, and that it’s still available. I’m a thinking musician from LA, not a rep for anybody.. THAT’S usable information (maybe I’ll start a website about 😉

  3. Can someone with a real review please post at this website????

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