Monday, September 26, 2011

BradP loves him some money!

I'm currently preparing two articles on BradP, but as a warmup, here's something I don't know whether I should laugh or cry about: His latest offering called "Millionaire Makeover". The price is a modest $100k. Surely, that's not exactly chump change. The reader who sent me that info commented, "$100k...what a joke!!", and I am sure if you have a sane bone left in your body, you'll agree.

But, hey, for that amount of money you'll receive some great stuff, like:

Lifestyle Streamlining
Positivity training

Wow. Where do I sign up for that?

The kicker was the description:

When you complete this process, you can expect to be fully transformed. Your game, your appearance, your presence, and your lifestyle will be drawing women in at all times. Brad will also make sure that you are attracting a specific kind of woman, the kind of woman you have always wanted. You will learn how to leverage your wealth effectively, without allowing women into your life who are self-interested, manipulative, or negative.

But let's be honest here, if you are wealthy, then wealth will always be a factor for the women you are with, no matter what they say. Golddiggers will try to reel you in before they make demands, or do you honestly think they approach you with, "Sweety, do you want to by me an apartment in the Latin Quarter in Paris?"

If you want to leverage that amount of money effectively, you are probably better off spending two weeks in LA or Vegas and booking a different porn star every day. One hour with the star of your choice sets you back $1,000 to $1,500 and, as I have been told, you can get them cheaper if you make the effort of emailing them privately.

Now, I am not a big advocate of paying for sex, but if you are so desperate, and wealthy enough, to seriously consider shelling out $100k for a "boot camp" that doesn't even guarantee sex, then there are better options. Of course, there is always the hope that the person organizing the boot camp will shell out a few hundred dollars and plant a hooker in the club, to make sure the rich client gets something for his money in return.

However, in real life, a rich guy should have no problem having women throwing themselves at them. It's all a matter of comparative wealth anyway. The same way Joe Average and his brother Jim Ugly can get laid like rockstars in Cuba, Costa Rica, Thailand, or the Philippines, a wealthy guy will have no problems getting laid in the more exclusive places on this planet. As long as he flaunts a bit of his money, he'll be golden. Heck, I have seen plenty of not exactly handsome older men with beautiful women on their sides, and the fact that those dudes were driving Lamborghini Gallardos or owning yachts surely had nothing to do with it. Nothing at all.


  1. This does seem the 'cheaper' option when you compare it to to Brent Smith's Lifestyle programme to quote "BSL membership is available to discerning men with a minimum of $50 million in investable assets and requires a 7 figure commitment at the entry level." If you see a video of this loser he really does look/sound like a charlatan and the 'advice' he gives is whole other can of worms... Oh! and if anybody wants to amuse themselves just read David 'con artist' Brent's site;

  2. * Realised that should say Brent 'con artist' Smith his initial claim to fame is he taught David D Angelo and I was thinking of this whilst typing - oops

  3. I thought you actually meant to say David Brent as he is the main character in the original (UK) version of The Office. Thought it was hilarious. :D

  4. Hey VD2,

    I've actually met Brent Smith in the US last year. He is definitely a much more refined person than BradP. Nonetheless, charging "7 figures" is ridiculous. However, as I have read on his website, he has started a new program:

    "Today BSL announced a new membership level that now makes it the most expensive club in the world at $100,000,000 per annum. The name of the level is a closely guarded secret as are the clients that BSL will be extending invites to."

    Oh, really?

    Frankly, there aren't that many people in the world who would even have that much cash lying around, and surely people of that caliber would think twice before handing over $100mm in shares or other assets to Brent Smith.


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