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Publisher's Summary

This book discusses how to own property with tax lien certificates as giving personal account of tax lien auction experiences.

©2016 Dy Wakefield (P)2016 Dy Wakefield

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Not informative other than to regurgitate what she has read elsewhere

Some (6) "chapters" are literally 30 seconds or less and her title and book info lead you to believe she has received a property from tax lien sale, last several "chapters" are not even about anything to do with the subject the book is supposed to be about. Just one persons opinion but don't waste your money.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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  • pg
  • 09-10-16

no substance

barely touching the surface. nothing concrete. glad it was a short one. felt more about religious stuff towards the end drifting away from the subject.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Some good information

There is some good information. Listening to this book is like speaking to your aunt. About 1/3 of the book has little to no use.

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  • Paul
  • Albuquerque, New Mexico, US
  • 06-25-16

I want a refund.

I got this to learn about tax lein certificates, not get preached to about Jesus. i want a refund.

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Very little information

Very interesting subject. One I plan on researching further. But the book has very little substance. It started off well, but got progressively worse as the book went on. Learned a couple of things to at least point me in the right direction.

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more inspirational than informational.

struggle to fiinish it. Went off tracknfrom the tax lien information. Focused on authors personal experiences. Very vague about investing

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I think this was horrible.

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

I think you should not buy this, this was the worst excuse for a audio book I have personally seen.

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Fine up until the brainwashing!

It was getting to be so good and informative, then someone start preaching and speaking to just women.

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Motivational

As a woman and african american I was motivated by this book. As a christian I was ecstatic! The information on tax liens is very thin, but her experiences and blessings are very encouraging!

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Nice lady but lacking financial substance

Zero financial value. This book was about 10 minutes of discussion on tax liens, the rest was about her.