Michael Harris invites you to discover the secret blueprint you can follow to achieve financial freedom, which he named Financial Freedom Blueprint and apparently shows you how to use your current income to get there. He says that with his blueprint, you’ll be able to pay off all of your debts, including your mortgages, and start living a debt-free and stress-free life in about five to seven years of applying his blueprint. He claims that his blueprint is so simple that anyone can follow it. He says it doesn’t involve any complicated software and that the learning curve isn’t steep. He says once you find how simple and effective his blueprint is, you’ll never want to use any other technique again.
I’m not showcasing Michael Harris’ Financial Freedom Blueprint as an affiliate. This is my objective review of the product to help my audience figure out if the product is worth their investment or not.
If you don’t have time to read the entire review, read this short version: Michael Harris’ Financial Freedom Blueprint has some great advice on how to properly manage your income, but doesn’t practically show you how to make extra money to pay off your debts in order to achieve the promised financial freedom. Besides, some of the information in the training material can be accessed for free on the Internet, as you’ll find in the main body of the review.
Right after I checked out, Michael contradicted one of the claims on his sales page that his method had nothing to do with any fancy software. He pitched me some software that he claimed was going to accelerate the progress toward my financial goals. I passed it up and he offered me a $9 down sell. After I passed that up, I was allowed access to the product I purchased. Watch the videos below to hear from Michael Harris yourself.