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Why is Saen Higgins and Wealth Without Risk Being a Bully?

So I just got a letter from attorneys for Saen Higgins, Wealth Without Rick, LLC, WWR Marketing, LLC, and Wealth Systems, LLC, asking me to take down my article Is Wealth Without Risk by Saen Higgns a Scam I Should Investigate?

Their claim is the brief story in question gives people the impression GetOutOfDebt.org has a business relationship with Saen Higgins, “…use of Saen Higgins’s name incorrectly implies that [GetOutOfDebt.org] has a business relationship with Saen Higgins…”

I’m not sure how anyone could come to the conclusion that this site has a business relationship with Saen Higgins or Wealth Without Risk when the article was about if the pitch being made was a scam to investigate.

Seems Higgins and his Wealth Without Risk network could have done more to further their case by responding to the original article and helping to ally fears than attempt to silence the media and have articles about him removed. Gee, why would they want articles about him removed?

For me, those types of heavy-handed approaches make me believe their is something more to the story that people may not wish consumers to know. Is there something to hide? What is it?

According to the letter received the lawyers for Wealth Without Risk and Higgins say people can’t use his name, “…or reference to, Saen Higgins’s name on [GetOutOfDebt.org], the above referenced website, and any other websites…” Seems like maybe it’s a desire to actually achieve wealth without risk.

So let me state for the record, in case anyone was the least bit confused by my original article, GetOutOfDebt.org is in no way associated with Saen Higgins, Wealth Without Rick, LLC, WWR Marketing, LLC, or Wealth Systems, LLC.

Why be a bully about it? What’s the upside for Higgins with that approach?

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  • Kiannasmith76

    Well. im a peson that has been looking for employment online and have run into alot of scams. I recently seen the commercial for the saen higgins wealth without risk, and I ordered the book. I have been burned before by online scams but I figured maybe this is legit because it is advertised on television. They do want you to buy alot of thingss and tell you that this and this is free, but when you call there is something that they want you to buy. So my question is is this really something that a person that is just getting by, not alot of money, want to get involved in and I would like to know if it is a scam because i have 5 mouths to feed  and I dont have money to give away….

    • https://twitter.com/#!/JaYsIzZon Jaysizzon

      He shows you the steps and process inside the book, he leaves out a few gray areas in the book, but you can figure that stuff out on your own with a little research and persistence. Honestly once you know your way around tax liens and deeds you can do it yourself. YOU DON’T NEED ANYONE! Your local county office or any local county office will be happy to answer questions for you regarding this matter. Hope this helps.

  • HuiJun

    Hi Steve,

    First off I want to say that I can see that you are only trying to do right by your readers. However, my extensive experience with the majority of sites that review things like Saen Higgins, Anthony Morrison, Jonathan Budd, etc, is that they are usually bootstrapping onto search engine results in order to sell their own products, meaning that their legal teams shoot off cease and desist letters on reflex. I wouldn’t take it too personal. I do agree that the better way to have handled it would have been to respond to your original post, but hey maybe a legal team is cheaper than an internet marketer.

    Secondly, I just want to say that it’s too bad that people like Saen Higgins, John Beck, etc give tax liens such a bad name. They really are a solid investment and basically help your community, but you do need at least some capital (about $1000 I would say on the very low end) to see a nice return. Definitely not for people who are just scraping by or looking to retire yesterday. But if you ever find yourself with some cash that you would have put in a CD or other investment, you should definitely look into tax liens. The percentages they use to market the Saen Higgins program are actually understated (possibly for the FTC), and I’ve seen interest rates as high as 30% sometimes. Unfortunately, the downside is that tax liens can get very very very confusing. Tax lien laws vary from Municipality to Municipality (not even county to county) and a lot of research is required to effectively invest nationwide. But those are the things they don’t tell you in commercials.

  • Dansaul

    My experience has been that the writer is absolutely correct! This has been the biggest scam of my life. I am thoroughly disgusted. I don’t think you need to remove anything and be like the Wealth Without Risk folks and just don’t return phone calls or issue promised refunds!

  • M Wilson

    Could it be that you truly know nothing about his program and that you are just using his name and program in an article so you can generate leads for yourself? I mean it happens all over the internet with people writing blog sites and info sites utilizing some of the biggest names and programs out there just for them to pawn off their own system that works or to point that generated lead somewhere else for a kickback of sorts. I’m in the middle of this program and it works. It’s been something that has been around for the longest time and just because most people don’t know about it, that doesn’t make it a scheme/scam or anything else leading people to believe that it doesn’t work. You mention the word guaranteed and others that must make it a scheme, but if you only knew….tax liens are guaranteed to make someone money as long as they do the proper due diligence on the property. Know your facts then write a column about it. Imagine if I used my IT skills to create a bunch of sites putting down your name and services? That would be a bully.

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      So how do you propose you write about someone without using the name?

      You may want to post your experience on the other story where people are asking questions about the program.

  • M Wilson

    Could it be that you truly know nothing about his program and that you are just using his name and program in an article so you can generate leads for yourself? I mean it happens all over the internet with people writing blog sites and info sites utilizing some of the biggest names and programs out there just for them to pawn off their own system that works or to point that generated lead somewhere else for a kickback of sorts. I’m in the middle of this program and it works. It’s been something that has been around for the longest time and just because most people don’t know about it, that doesn’t make it a scheme/scam or anything else leading people to believe that it doesn’t work. You mention the word guaranteed and others that must make it a scheme, but if you only knew….tax liens are guaranteed to make someone money as long as they do the proper due diligence on the property. Know your facts then write a column about it. Imagine if I used my IT skills to create a bunch of sites putting down your name and services? That would be a bully.

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