Financial Rip Offs – Dave Ramsey Rant

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20 thoughts on “Financial Rip Offs – Dave Ramsey Rant”

  1. You can’t pay cash to buy a house if you live in Orange County or LA, CA. The average house price is over 500k.

  2. You know Dave is the most legit real financial advisor. There's no way he's lying and if he is… I'll apologize to him lol keep spreading the truth good sir!

  3. hi i just recently did my taxes and i think im beign ripped off by like 3 thousand dollars how can i find out if i am?

  4. IF UR SON IS 40 AND WORKS AS A PAYDAY LOANS COLLECTOR-
    TAKE HIM TO THE SHED AND WHIP HIM.
    AND TELL HIM TO GET A REAL JOB AND STOP RIPPING PPL OFF.

    "So i'm $400k in student loan debt. Do I buy the shed before or after I pay my car note?"
    👏👏👏😂

  5. I made the stupid mistake of actually once going to a timeshare presentation to get $100 in homedepot gift cards we wanted to buy a new garage door opener. Was suppose to be 1 hour it lasted 3 hours they started out wanting $20k for the timeshare by the time we were about to call the police they were down to $5800. Eventually when I actually called 911 put it on speaker phone they gave in and gave us the gift cards. We saw several people calling their banks and getting cashier checks they were sold on it. These sales people sold at least 80% of 20 people who were there at the time we were there.

  6. Why shouldn't the government forbid payday loans? Or at least cap the amount of interest that they can charge… Overregulation harms everything, but this sounds like a quite reasonable regulation to me…

  7. 840% interest at a payday loan? It would be cheaper to pawn something at a pawn shop, don't pay them pack they sieze the item. At least the consumer can walk away.

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