In offering up the following Global Information Network review, my intention is to help anyone who’s looking into GIN and seriously making up their mind as to whether it’s right for them.

Through my own personal experience in the “club”, I see that there are quite a few misunderstandings when it comes to what the Global Information Network is all about. It appears to me that many folks are confused as to exactly what GIN as an organization is up to.

These misunderstandings are understandable. When you do an online search for GIN, you can find both negative and positive information. And, of course, since I’m in the organization myself, you might assume that I’m going to only bring out the positive aspects.

The first aspect to GIN that I see people talking about is the Global Information Network Kevin Trudeau affiliation. People either seem to love Trudeau or hate him. There doesn’t appear to me to be much middle ground.

All I can tell you is that I’ve been personally helped by his health and money-making information, whether it’s from his books or the information I’ve learned as a GIN member. From where I sit, the folks who hate Trudeau have been brainwashed. If you’re one of those brainwashed people, I mean no offense.

I only encourage you to think hard about why you feel the way you do on this subject. Is it truly because Kevin Trudeau is somehow an evil person or because you’ve been influenced by the media reports about him? Have you personally taken the time to read his books? Have you tried some of his recommendations? If you haven’t, what are you basing your opinion on?

If you’re basing it on what you see on TV, consider that Trudeau is pointing out what big business, big pharma and big government are doing. You have to know that much of what those entities stand for doesn’t have your or my best interest at heart. Doesn’t it make sense that a person exposing corruption in those areas is going to be discredited through the media? It sure does to me.

Now, the next thing I hear some people ask about the Global Information Network is whether the initiation fee and monthly dues are worth it. Again, I can only offer up my personal experience/opinion and my answer is that it’s worth it. I’ve learned an immense amount of information in all the areas I want to improve in.

I’ve learned how to increase my income, how to have better health, I’ve had the opportunity to network with successful people who now mentor me, and I’ve been able to attend live seminars across the country that would have normally cost me anywhere from $5000 to $20,000 or more if I wasn’t a Global Information Network member.

Those are all the reasons for why GIN members have joined the organization. It’s all about learning how to achieve more wealth in a dying economy, attend the seminars (or listen to the archived versions in the member online library), or achieve better health..

Only you can decide if GIN is right for you. The decision I made to get involved has been wonderful and I wouldn’t change a thing about it. Good luck with your decision.

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