Lou Vukas - Posted by Ayra

Posted by david on May 18, 2005 at 09:46:34:

i’m in a position to spend alot of time on a coarse like this is it worth it

Lou Vukas - Posted by Ayra

Posted by Ayra on April 03, 2005 at 11:14:29:

Has anyone heard of Lou Vukas (RealEstateFortunes.com)? Any reviews would be appreciated.

Re: Lou Vukas - Posted by Pooka

Posted by Pooka on May 22, 2005 at 03:56:18:

I paid $97 for Lou Vukas’s TAX LIEN SECRETS REVEALED. After 4 weeks of not yet receiving the book I went to his website where it appeared that he was offering the same book for approximately $46, but I did finally receive it, along with bonus CDs in which he recites the words to his book. (His vocal delivery is no better than his writing.)
Over the years I’ve obtained many money-making courses and the like. None of them are nearly as poorly written as Vukas’s work. Judging from Chapter One, he knows he’s a lousy writer, as he basically apologizes, not only for his bad writing, but also for skimping on the information that he could provide us and should provide, but doesn’t. Instead, he takes several paragraphs from pp.57-58 and repeats them verbatim on pp.69-70 down to the exact same examples and lame phrasing, making the book appear longer than it really is. He seems to think that he’s writing the Bible, expecting us to study and relish every chapter, verse, and word.
Vukas claims, “I make over $1000 per hour consulting”, but the way he writes, I doubt it. He gives the impression that he’s fresh out of school, and really doesn’t have the experience to be commanding much of a fee.
Although much of the book is a waste of time, it contains good, if incomplete, information. It just seems like it’s all information that you can find out for yourself. There must be other books on tax lien certificates that give us the whole scoop and skip the baloney.

Re: Lou Vukas - Posted by Anthony

Posted by Anthony on May 17, 2005 at 15:39:39:


Re: Lou Vukas - Posted by Joanne

Posted by Joanne on April 05, 2005 at 21:18:59:

I would agree with Walt, and would add that most of his stuff is very poorly written/organized. Still, if you’re new, it’s a pretty inexpensive way to get exposed to all the main no money down methods – then you can decide what you’re interested in and get a more thorough program on that topic. (Even less expensive would be the library or bookstore, of course.) Good luck!

Re: Lou Vukas - Posted by Walt

Posted by Walt on April 03, 2005 at 22:21:34:

If you have been around the business for several years then you will find his materials old with nothing new added. He tries to make you think its new but its not.
If you are new to the business then the material is OK

Re: Lou Vukas - Posted by Braulino Pepino

Posted by Braulino Pepino on April 23, 2005 at 19:23:34:

I bought the course, use it and I made over a quarter of a million in just 2 years… it’s too little? I don’t have a good English Grammar?.. I know, but I just didn’t complaint and I am on my way to be millonario. This guy, Lou it’s just good. Don’t listen to those expert that didn’t even try the program… this really WORKS.

Re: Lou Vukas - Posted by anon

Posted by anon on April 28, 2005 at 01:47:39:

Hmm… why does that post seem fishy? There’s something rotten in Denmark.