Did you know that the U.S. government is "committed" to distribute more
than $1 trillion in money, services, free trips, and other giveaways?
According to our source, it's true! Despite the budget battles and sequester, that money is still there and has already been allocated. On a percentage basis, every family's share of the pie comes to around $20,500. What's more, only 12% of the money in these programs is designated for the poor.
Many people mistakenly believe that you have to be destitute to receive government money and giveaways. However, the truth is that a larger percentage of rich people than poor people are eligible for government money.
Unfortunately, most people don't even know about the thousands of government-giveaway programs available to them. That's because most of these programs are funded by Washington but administered through either the states or little-known organizations — and 75% of the programs have no income thresholds. Of the $1 trillion in free government money given away each year, only about $378 billion is distributed as grants. The rest is distributed as direct payments, venture capital, or special "loans" you do not have to pay back.
You can't find these programs on Google. Government officials often don't even know these programs exist.
That's why many ordinary people miss out — and let the tiny handful of "connected" folks get all the freebies.
How You Can Claim THOUSANDS of Dollars in Government-Giveaway Programs
But now you can get YOUR fair share — with your copy of our brand-new special report, Free Stuff and Great Bargain Adventures for People Over 50. All we ask is that you pay a $1 processing fee and agree to a three month trial subscription to The Franklin Prosperity Report to secure your copy.
In this valuable report you'll discover . . .
- A little-known government program that gives you access to providers offering free health insurance, free drugs, free mammograms, and free disease screening — and it's not Medicaid or Medicare (page 13)
- A simple way you could get an extra $1,000 added to family members' Social Security checks (page 9)
- Government-subsidized trips to vacation resorts worldwide . . . (page 10)
- More than 350 colleges that offer reduced or even FREE tuition for people over age 55 (page 5)
- Government-provided free legal and tax help — to fight creditors, refinance mortgages (page 7)
- A special toll-free hotline you can use to get free prescription drugs (page 8)
- How to get the government to PAY up to $6,500 to help lower your heating and cooling bill
- How to get up to $10,000 to train for a new career by visiting a special government website
- The secret to getting $25,000 from state governments just to write a business plan
- And lots MORE!
We've Made It as Easy as Possible to Take Advantage of These Government Giveaways!
We assembled a tremendous amount of how-to information into one simple, easy-to-follow special report. This will save you hundreds of hours of research and telephone time — and will help you quickly and easily access the thousands of federally subsidized programs now available for people of all income levels.
Best of all, the programs listed in this amazing special report are not difficult to apply for. In fact, many of the applications are short and simple — at most, three or four pages long.
And if you have difficulty, guess what? There are even special government offices dedicated to instructing you about how to take advantage of government programs!
If you don't know if you're eligible for a specific giveaway program, there is a little-known website that will tell you. You'll find out all about it on page 5 of Free Stuff and Great Bargain Adventures for People Over 50.
The fact is, thousands of laws mandate the U.S. government to spend these funds. The money has already been allocated, often to state agencies to distribute it.
There is a special agency, in fact, that helps older people gain access to services and free programs no one knows about — including subsidized vacations to places like Disney World.
Once you know how government giveaway procedures work, it's all just a matter of making the application.
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Put together, this special report and 3 issues of The Franklin Prosperity Report can help you save thousands of dollars a year — and often GET thousands of dollars in free money, goods, and services as well.
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