Laissez Faire's Big Book of Free Reviews
About Laissez Faire's Big Book of Free
Laissez Faire’s Big Book of Free is a new free ebook from online publishing company Laissez Faire, which promises to give customers “127 ways to get everything you want and need for pennies on the dollar.”
How Does It Work?
The website promoting the Big Book of Free says that they want to give people a way to raise their quality of life by at least ten times, without putting “a dent in your billfold.” To do this, they have published a book full of tips, tricks, hacks, and things to say and do in order to get the best products and experiences for cheap or even free.
These secrets and tips are for things like travel, entertainment, eating out, concerts, and even ways to simply, quickly, and nearly effortlessly earn extra money on a day-by-day basis so that you are able to save as you go.
This book is actually not available for sale, however. It is only available as a “bonus” item when you subscribe to their financial newsletter, Laissez Faire Letter.
As mentioned above, the Laissez Faire Big Book of Free is actually free of charge – customers do not need to pay anything in order to get this book. However, in order to get the book, you must choose between two subscription options for their financial newsletter, the Laissez Faire Letter, which is either a one year plan, for $49, or a two year plan, for $89. This will include the three promised books, a report series, and the Laissez Faire Letter.
It is important to note, however, that this company says that memberships are automatically renewed without renewal notices, which means without direct customer authorization. So if you want to cancel after your current subscription period, you will need to call and arrange that in advance.
The Big Book of Free promotional web page says that customers have a full year in which to try their financial newsletter, Laissez Faire Letter, before deciding whether or not they would like to cancel their enrollment and receive a full refund of their subscription fees. However, the Laissez Faire Letter website has previously said that customers have only 60 das to determine whether or not you like what you are getting and want to continue your subscription or cancel it and request a refund.
Unfortunately the Laissez Faire Terms and Conditions doesn’t clarify what the cancellation and Refund Policy are in certain terms, so concerned customers will want to contact their Customer Service team to see what the details truly are.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by phone at 877-453-1177 or by email at CustomerService@LFB.org.
The Laissez Faire Big Book of Free and the Laissez Faire Letter both get very mixed reviews, and unfortunately it appears that nearly all positive reviews come from websites where the reviewer is acting as an affiliate of Laissez Faire, meaning that they receive a commission when one of their visitors signs up on the LFB website.
The complaints about both of these products are actually the same – both the book and the letter are accused of just repackaging information which can be found online for free and behave as though it is somehow special or secret information. The Big Book of Free in particular has been accused as having information that isn’t helpful, like traveling for free by taking a job on a cruise ship, which obviously isn’t an option for most people.
The truth is that Laissez Faire is just an online publishing company that provides a place for people to publish information on health and finance, primarily. But a financial publishing company is not a financial services company of any kind. They are simply a company that allows pretty much anyone to publish financial articles, newsletters, and ebooks, regardless of whether they have any financial experience or understanding at all.
All financial publishing companies provide a disclaimer about their services, making it clear that everything you read in their newsletters is opinion and should never be acted on unless you do your own due diligence and work with a professional financial advisor, and Laissez Faire is no different.
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