The nouveau tech package of inside secrets
The Nouveau Tech Package of Inside Secrets by Mark Hamilton
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Hope you're wearing boots. Most of the mail-order hucksters used flattery and outrageous promises of wealth, health, and good fortune, and some offered forbidden information that had supposedly been kept under lock and key by "secret" societies for centuries. Naturally, they were willing to share that information for a price. Bob owned three large and ponderous books from this organization, all "heirloom editions" inscribed with his name, and he had apparently pored through the text, highlighting copy and scribbling notes in the margins. So I did my usual superficial research and indeed found some connections, and that's when the post took off in new directions. Wallace, when both were serving time in Federal prison. In case you didn't see it or didn't follow the link, here it is again.
Integrated Management Associates also Neotech or Neothink is a publisher and distributor of books and articles, based in Henderson, Nevada. It was founded by Wallace Ward, also known as Frank R. Wallace , and is now run by his son Wallace H. Ward under the name Mark Hamilton. Ward, using the trademarked name  Mark Hamilton. Australian Fair Trading Minister Margaret Keech criticized Neo-Tech as a group of "con-artists", for claiming to select "a small handful of 'special' individuals" to receive "secret wisdom of ages", and then asking the individuals to pay money to obtain these "secrets".
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What if a shadowy organization told you it had been quietly keeping its eye on you and had concluded that you were exactly the sort of person who should be privy to its secrets for wealth and power? What if that organization promised the success and youthful vitality of investment guru Warren Buffett and Viacom chief Sumner Redstone, who already possess these secrets? The founder of Neo-Tech, Frank R. Wallace, whose real name was Wallace Ward, was a chemist turned author who was convicted of income tax evasion in He died in at age And its contents, with repeated references to York by first name and suggestions of intimate knowledge of his doings, reflect a hard-sell aggressiveness that make uber -huckster Ron Popeil seem shy by comparison.