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In the interest of full disclosure, ScamsGalore review website and all of its content is produced and published by IntelliBiz, publisher of "The Simple Man's Guide to Real Estate" by investor/author Bill Vaughn While IntelliBiz is not an "independent" reviewer (whereas we publish a competing real estate investing course) all reviews are accurate as of the date of publication to the best of our knowledge, and are updated as new information becomes available.

We do give Bill Vaughn's course the only rating over 4 stars, but only because it is earned and deserved, as you can discover for yourself by doing the same research. When compared in an objective manner to all the other courses, the Bill Vaughn course, "The Simple Man's Guide to Real Estate" offered by IntelliBiz a) is the least expensive, b) the only one to provide free mentoring, c) has had an A+ rating at the Better Business Bureau for more than 20 years, d) and teaches all 22 methods of real estate investing in detail. These are indisputable facts, and no other real estate investing course can make all those claims. And that is why Bill Vaughn's course gets 4.5 Stars.

If and when other real estate guru can honestly make those same claims, they, too, will receive 4.5 or even 5 stars.

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'nuff said.

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