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Reader: Tom Martino, bankrupt radio host, will be great speaker at wealth-building convention

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Shortly after Troubleshooter Tom Martino detailed his bankruptcy, and the alleged $78 million liability racked up in real-estate dealings, he was announced as a featured speaker for October's Real Estate Investors Wealth Building Convention. In response to our post about the latter, one of the convention's organizers defended Martino's inclusion despite recent events.

William Bronchick writes:

More can be learned from someone's mistakes than only his successes. Tom will talk about what he did right, what he did wrong, and what he would have done differently.

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