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Old 07-30-2014, 12:20 PM   #1
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International Living has sent me a promotion for a book called "The Easiest Way to Erase Your Mortgage in 2014", which they send you free with a subscription to International Living magazine. Has anyone read this book (not the magazine)? What is your opinion/thoughts etc?


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Old 07-30-2014, 03:59 PM   #2
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It's probably more of a pamphlet or booklet than a book, and I bet the answer to the question asked in the title is "sell your home, pay off the mortgage, use the remaining cash to buy a cheap place in an foreign country".
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It's probably more of a pamphlet or booklet than a book, and I bet the answer to the question asked in the title is "sell your home, pay off the mortgage, use the remaining cash to buy a cheap place in an foreign country".
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OP, you need to thank MichaelB for saving you the fifty bucks you'd have to spend subscribing to that overhyped magazine to get this valuable information!
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Do the moderators have the ability to see the IP addresses used to create a post? I wonder what the chances are that the OP is somehow related to the mag or "book" (a lame attempt at buzz marketing).
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Do the moderators have the ability to see the IP addresses used to create a post? I wonder what the chances are that the OP is somehow related to the mag or "book" (a lame attempt at buzz marketing).
You can rest assured the mod team "is aware of the potential problem and have their best people working on it."
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