Don't you just love the disclaimer about how they aren't licensed professionals and to get advice from licensed professional, then they start right in with giving professional advice?
Are they allowed to advertise these trusts on the internet?
"This action was due to his advertising “trusts” over the internet, which are legal documents but illegal for someone who is not a lawyer to sell."
Here's some additional information about Richard:
Here's the video that's on their website:
"Maters Trust" and not "Masters Trust"? Wouldn't the title also be a little more...uhm...professional?
Here's a picture of Paul Rosen that is on his website:
I wonder why Richard changed to a gmail address?