The 3 Winners of “The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom”

by J. Money on Wednesday, May 16, 2012

YIKES! Almost forgot to tell y’all who the winners of last week’s book giveaway were!  The 3 lucky winners of Suze Orman’s latest update to The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom are… dum dum dum….

  1. Cristalle
  2. Sue
  3. DebtsnTaxes

Congrats! You’ll be getting an email from me shortly :)  And to the rest out there, thanks for participating!  We’ll have another giveaway going up shortly for sure…. and remember you can always pick up this book over at Amazon too if you’d like, it’s going for $10.87 right now. ‘Till next time…


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1 DebtsnTaxes May 16, 2012 at 10:28 am

Whoa, I feel like I one the lottery here. I never win these types of things. Maybe this good luck will keep going and my refi will go through. Thanks J$

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2 Cristalle May 16, 2012 at 12:20 pm

Just made my day!! I have been following your awesome blog for a few months and that was my first post :) Thank you!

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3 J. Money May 16, 2012 at 5:50 pm

@DebtsnTaxes – I hope so! That would be great!

@Cristalle – Hah! A damn good way to start out then, eh? Thanks for reading :) Love your name btw too, that’s hot.

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