Millionaire Memory Reviews and Complaints




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If you are someone who forgets peoples names, struggles with your exams or misplaces things then you should get yourself the Millionaire Memory CD. This memory program was created by Dave Farrow the world’s foremost memory expert and he holds two Guinness world records. He is often featured on national news shows and engaged by top companies. His memory techniques are very effective and really work. With his CD’s you will learn how to remember names, important numbers, new languages, scriptures, speeches and even improve your vocabulary and more.

 

How does Millionaire Memory work?
Millionaire memory is a 4 CD memory audio program. The first two CD’s are basic memory techniques and languages. These CDs will train your brain to remember names, recall facts and perform better in exams. The third CD teaches you how to recall peoples names and in CD 4 you will learn how to remember numbers.

With this innovative breakthrough memory program, you can create a mental filing system that not only categorizes and organizes information, but also lets you retrieve it every time you need it. This program also teaches you to double your reading speed in just one hour. So you can now impress people with your mental rolodex of phone numbers.

This breakthrough visualization technique also helps corporate executives to excel in business and helps military officers and government agents remember significant pieces of information.

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  • 5 Millionaire Memory CDs
  • Basic Memory Techniques
  • Languages and Tools
  • Names and Faces
  • Memorizing Numbers
  • Instant Speed Reading
  • Workbooks
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    16 Responses to “Millionaire Memory Reviews and Complaints”


    1. Erica Sanchez says:

      I can’t believe these reviews. ..Some much talk about shipping and handling and prices, can someone please tell me if the product really works?

    2. Don’t get Scammed by FAKE reviews says:

      Infomercials about Millionaire Memory seemed very good and they managed to entice me completely. But then I thought that’s what they are meant for; what I needed was product info that would help me decide if I wanted to spend my money on the product. So I used Millionaire Memory Reviews as my keywords and searched for reviews online. Undoubtedly a lot of sites showed up but none of them really had a review about the product. One after the other these sites led to utter disappointment for me till I came across your site, which was really helpful. But I am confused; how come these other sites with no reviews on them get called review sites in the first place?

      • Re:FAKE reviews says:

        That’s one of the loopholes with search engine optimization that has been made the most of by manufacturers who are trying to sell their crappy products. What they do is promote these sites with the help of affiliate marketers and create dazzling content about their products. They have managed to get away with it so far because search engines have been helpless in nabbing the culprits and penalizing them. Hope is that it will happen sooner rather than later.

    3. 2-day's Ago says:

      I bought this Dave Farrow’s Millionaire Memory DVDs 2-days ago for 20 bucks at FRYES Electronics. It is obvious of the benefits after the first disc. Grant it the process right now is clumsy but I remember every thing I try to, I mean every thing. the process is supposed to get faster the more you practice it. I have the worst memory of all, if I don’t write it down its gone or at least that’s how it used to be for me. Don’t think you going to do this and instantly your a memory Guinness. The technique is very odd and weird but after you try it and notice the benefits who cares. I hope you give it a try I doubt you will regret it.

    4. Ramos, Ray says:

      This sounds to good to be true. I believe everyone remembers that one. Right?

    5. vicki thomas says:

      You can buy Dave Farrow’s Millionaire Memory Review at QVC, then if you don’t like it you can send it back in 30 days, full refund, $20.00. I haven’t decided yet if I will try it, I am older and I think if I forget something, it wasn’t worth remembering… Well, it might be fun to do it, I will check more on it all. Peggy.

    6. Robert W.Militzer says:

      Somehow I ended up with two Millionaire Memory CD packages and two charges. I refused one and sent it back to MM with tracking. That was 6 weeks ago and they haven’t yet refunded my $81.00. When I phone them all I get is excuses and it’s impossible to talk with anyone in authority. I think they forgot.

    7. Mimmie says:

      Thanks for your Dave Farrow’s reviews. If I cannot get it from a local store, I won’t buy it at all.

    8. Just Wondering! says:

      I ordered this Dave Farrow’s Millionaire Memory on January 28, 2011, as of this date February 2, 2011 It has not been processed, I paid extra for faster processing, when you call about it you just get a run around!

      As I sated they charged me $6.99 for Priority Processing: And for S&P $34.95 so why is this not right?

    9. Kathleen Viinson says:

      Your website indicates $6.99 for shipping and handling (see below), but when I complete all the info to order this, it shows $13.98 for shipping. Is it $6.99 or $13.99 – BIG DIFFERENCE

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    10. getting better says:

      I found it in a local store. I love it. I am only half way through and I think it has helped a lot.

    11. getting better says:

      I got this package in a local store and I love it. I am only about half way through it and it already is helping. But you do have to work and do what the CD tells you to do. It is not magic. But I love it.

    12. Michael. T says:

      Does the Millionaire Memory program work?

      • stupid says:

        customer service is BS they took extra money and they did it on purpose. They gave me a stupid excuse don’t order it sucks -.- their CDs will probably say “sucker :-p u bought this BS this will give u bad “memories” haha.” That’s how they sharpen your memory.

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