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Kevin Mark Trudeau is an American author, salesman, and pool enthusiast, known for his fraudulent promotion of his books and consequent legal cases. His ubiquitous infomercials promoting his books filled with unsubstantiated health, diet, and financial remedies earned him a fortune, and eventually, imprisonment. In the ...


Jan 3, 2017 ... TV conman Kevin Trudeau made his fortune pitching 'miracle' cures for everything from obesity to poverty in infomercials for years as the feds pursued him.


Mar 17, 2014 ... When TV huckster Kevin Trudeau stood in a packed federal courtroom to make one final sales pitch Monday, he hardly resembled the tanned, dapper figure seen hawking miracle diets and natural cancer.


Oct 22, 2017 ... OK first off, I totally agree with the reviews of Maria from Indiana and Jason from New York. Basically, the CDs are just full of non-spectacular fluff. CDs 1 through .. .

Mar 17, 2014 ... Kevin Trudeau, the infomercial pitchman for his "Natural Cures" book series has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison. *SUBSCRIBE* for new enlightenin. ..


Jun 22, 2016 ... Hundreds of thousands of people who bought Kevin Trudeau's book “The Weight Loss Cure 'They' Don't Want You to Know About” after watching his deceptive infomercials will get money back, thanks to the FTC. Kevin Trudeau's run-ins with the FTC began back in the late 90's when he agreed to settle an ...


Kevin Trudeau, Chicago, IL. 32500 likes · 132 talking about this. Kevin Trudeau is dedicated to the fight for free speech and the protection of the...


Jul 18, 2017 ... NOT to be confused with Garry Trudeau, the award-winning cartoonist who does Doonesbury, or with Pierre Trudeau, the former Prime Minister of Canada, nor with Justin Trudeau, current Prime Minister of Canada. Though it's amusing to imagine what Doonesbury would be like if Kevin Trudeau had ...


Feb 5, 2016 ... A federal appeals court on Friday rejected former TV pitchman Kevin Trudeau's bid to overturn his conviction and 10-year prison sentence for having exaggerated the content of a weight-loss book he marketed through infomercials.