What Lies in Your Debt Review

What Lies in Your Debt … OK let’s get down to business. What I want to do is to help you out in your decision – should you take it home or should you leave it on the shelf?. So, time for a matter-of-fact admission – I haven’t in actual fact used or bought the product (check out my About page for the reasons why), but I have researched on the internet hunting down info on it, to save you time. For real user reviews see the ‘Customer Reviews’ section to the right. So get ready as I save you time and give you all the information I have on What Lies in Your Debt.

What claims is it making?

You don’t even need to click through to the product’s website, I have produced a summary of what they say about themselves here:

We feel that no one needs to be afraid of the lenders, debt collectors, or anyone that is blatantly stealing our money and the money of generations to come right before our very eyes and make no attempt to hide it. Our mission is to create a community of like-minded individuals who have reached a point where you say enough is enough and we are not taking it anymore. Our goal is to enlighten those individuals so they realize they have options and don’t have to sit idly by playing the victim.

  • Live training webinars from experts who will train you to collect regularly.
  • Extensive ready to go complaints and forms that make you “MONEY”.
  • One of the most extensive reference systems available anywhere.
  • Latest court decisions that help keep you informed.
  • Daily news from the experts to keep you up to date.

Is anyone actually buying it?

Here I can provide you with some hard facts. We can turn to statistics provided by the payment processor. They have something they call the product’s “Gravity”. It can be used a an indicator of how well the product is selling. I’ve processed this figure and turned it into a rating out of 100. Products with a high rating are popular. What Lies in Your Debt scores 64.18/100 which is about standard.

Time to buy – your options

Hopefully by now you’ve read through the summary of what the product does (or claims to do…). You’ve read the user reviews on the right hand side of the page. Perhaps you’ve even decided you might like to buy the product. So what next?

Option 1: Buy Direct

You click on the following link to http://www.whatliesinyourdebt.com, and find their link to buy the product. You’ll be taken to the payment processor page and you can pay using a credit/debit card or PayPal. As of the time of writing this review the standard price for the product is $99.

Option 2: Buy Through My Link

If you click this link: whatliesinyourdebt.com you’ll also be taken through to whatliesinyourdebt.com, where you can go through the same process as Option 1. In this case though, because you arrived at the site via a special link, I get the credit for sending over a potential buyer. If you do end up buying, I will be given a commission. The cost to you is the same regardless of which method you choose You might like to choose this option if:
  • You feel my site has helped you and you’d like to show your appreciation.
  • You’d like to be eligible for a purchase bonus (see below)

Your purchase bonus

If you decide to go with Option 2, then you are eligible for a purchase bonus. This is my thank you for using my link. Click here to read all about the bonus and how to claim it.What Lies in Your Debt Review8.0102