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Thank you for all the positive feedback of the free newsletter. Everyone who subscribed to it already received the first part of the 7-part mini course and there are already some who said they gained insight into cutting down their monthly expenses.
In addition, everyone will get a free copy of the How to Save Money on Everything ebook. It is already several hundred pages long filled with tips and tricks on how you can spend less and live more. And best of all, it’s always being updated.
But don’t listen to me, here’s what some of those readers wrote about the newsletter:
David, I knew that writing it down will help but reading you relay the idea gave me the final push to actually take action. I’m happy now because it worked… I can’t wait till the next lesson.
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