Mrs. Frattini was recently interviewed at the Los Angeles Moving America Forward News Studio by William Shatner and Doug Llewellyn of “People’s Court” fame. Dedicating her experience and expertise, to explaining and implementing one of the most financially-
The MAF team reached out to Park South Group because American households are flushing away boatloads of money in interest expenses to outside financiers. Over time, the interest paid to the financial institutions, which lent out the money adds up to hundreds of thousands of dollars. This is what is keeping people from saving and moving forward. Studies show that for every single dollar a person makes 60 cents goes to the government (taxation) or is spent settling money borrowed from banks or any other financial institution.
The Infinite Banking Concept is not a new idea. It was conceived over 100 years ago and written about in a best-selling book, "Becoming Your Own Banker: Unlock the Infinite Banking Concept", by R. Nelson Nash, about 30 years ago. Today, Wells Fargo Bank, Bank of America, General Electric, Comcast, JP Morgan Chase, CBS Corp., Walmart and a host of other leading corporations hold billions of dollars in these financial vehicles and subsequently use them on the tenets of the Infinite Banking Concept. A leader in the Infinite Banking Concept, South Park Group was recognized on "Moving America Forward", for their commitment to educating individuals and businesses on how they can recover the “lost fortune” of the money they needlessly gave to financial institutions and to get out of debt.
Below is a preview of the interview with Sonda Frattini of Park South Group. The interview recently aired on producer Mark Burnett’s network Youtoo TV.
Sonda Frattini was selected to receive the prestigious "Moving America Forward" Award by Retired Rear Admiral Kevin F. Delaney. This award is given to innovative entrepreneurs that have distinguished themselves in their industry and, as a result, are "Moving America Forward". For more information about Park South Group, please visit http://crogersassociates.com.