Laissez Faire Letter Reviews

The Laissez Faire Letter is a new financial publication available from the Agora Financial website which is currently offering a free report that promises to help subscribers save more than $2000 on their taxes each year.

This newsletter says their goal is to show you how to live a healthy and wealthy life, using legal strategies which will results in more money, better health care, and the ability to grow more wealth. 

How Does It Work?

All you have to do is subscribe to the Laissez Faire Letter and you will get access each month to financial advice from a panel of experts that claims to include a self-made billionaire, a best selling author, an ex banker, and many more.

After you subscribe you will not only get your financial newsletter, but also the free copy of Vanishing Point: How to Disappear From the IRS This Tax Season and Save a Boatload of Money in the Process, which is supposed to help you save an extra $2,000-$18,000 each year in taxes. 


Cost/Price Plans

You can choose between two different subscription plans. The first is a one year plan, for $49, and the second is a two year plan, for $89.

Refund Policy

They promise that you have 60 days - or the length of time in which you will receive three issues of Laissez Faire Letter - to determine whether or not you like what you are getting and want to continue your subscription or cancel it and request a refund. 

Customer Service Contact Info

Their Customer Service team publishes a phone number, 800-708-1020, for customers to use, as well as an email address, [email protected], and a traditional mailing address, 808 St. Paul St., Baltimore, MD 21201.  


There do not seem to be any reviews regarding the Laissez Faire Letter or the free report regarding tax strategies that they are offering, but any financial publication asks that all subscribers double check all information either on their own or with a professional financial broker to ensure they are making the right choice for themselves. 

Is It Safe?

There does not seem to be any complaints regarding the safety of this company currently.

Competitors and Alternatives?

Agora Financial offers a wide variety of financial newsletters, as does Money Morning, Money Map Press, and many more. 

If you have experience with this company or their products, please leave your Laissez Faire Letter reviews below.

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Laissez Faire Letter Customer Reviews

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Scam to the MMAX
June 21, 2017

LFB offers a free, badass flashlight minus $4.95 shipping. They then automatically charged my card sans consent. They then give your info to other affiliate links such as a guy who calls himself "the muscle nerd" Jeff Anderson who has a skinny fat body and sells training and supplement advice.

And other garbage affiliates who offer penny stocks in weaponry a marijuana and then take you to a site with an hour long boring video of bs and at the end still don't tell you the stocks, and want you to pay $50-100 to get the stocks, and there's even an affiliate who says there's a secret "God Pill" that makes you stay young, fit, and tightens your intelligence with no side effects!

I'm serious! The LFB and its affiliates are liars! Especially Jason Hanson and Jeff "never lifted but thinks he's an expert" Anderson. What a ripoff.

They are a fraud ripping people off
April 7, 2017
They offered a flashlight for free minus shipping of $4.95 so I purchased it. Little did I know that they would sign me up for a bogus newsletter for $40 a month without my consent! You have to call them to cancel and they wouldn't give me my $40 back!

Your Reference: 9915 Refund NZ $ 69.21 taken for LF Letter from Mastercard without Permission
October 5, 2016

Please cancel any further transaction from my Mastercard and unsubscribe me. Issues are of no interest because living in New Zealand nor have time to read. It mentions that they are free but not true nor money back guarantee. Reference: 9915


March 2, 2016

Worth the Money
August 9, 2015

I'm not sure where all the negativity in this article or these reviews comes from. I've been a member of the LFL for about three years now. I've gotten many valuable eBooks, I've set up an international business, learned a ton about what really goes on in DC, and I've even dumped Sprint for a much cheaper, more personal mobile carrier--all because of the information I receive in this newsletter!

I guess if you're hoping it'll somehow make you rich overnight, this newsletter might be a bit of disappointment. Otherwise, it's well worth every cent.

Again, I don't get the negative vibe here.

JohnBarcelona October 28, 2018

I am inclined to believe your review, as it appears that the people who feel like it's scam, appear to be in it for "a free flashlight" as far as I can tell (and I just found the offer) There is nothing having anything to do with a flashlight. Rather some apparently valuable ways to spend less, or nothing. But I must admit, I get a bit apprehensive when there are so many negative reviews, and I don't get what's up with the flashlight? is it even the same thing?

Auto renewal Roger Ouellette, Clover, SC 29710
March 24, 2015
Also received a card in the mail with the auto charge. Don't want it, never subscribed to it. Called both numbers and neither rang. Please remove me from your list.

Automatic Renewal
November 19, 2014
The newsletter is OK. However, I received an email informing me I will have uninterrupted service, "as promised" because they will automatically renew my annual subscription by taking money from my credit card next month. I do not want to renew. They give 2 phone numbers to call, neither of which are 800 numbers. I called both of them and was put on hold forever. I don't know how to "Unsubscribe" and keep them from charging my credit card next month.

Chris Matias November 22, 2014

Call your bank, tell them the issue with the Cust. Service phone calls, and tell them to block any future charges from this company, as it appears they are running a 'near boderline scam'. Additionally, ask for a new credit/debit card with a new number and security code(on the back), and this will prevent any future charges this company may make from being authorized, as their old payment info will now be invalid.

Nancy Mullin November 23, 2014

The day after I posted this, I received an email from them saying they got my request to cancel and would honor it. They will not automatically charge me. So far, I don't believe they are running a scam.