Sat 01 Jul

"You've been Scammed" Nigel Latta, (Essential Talent Motivational Speaker)

Nigel Latta, the renowned motivational speaker and clinical psychologist associated with Essential Talent, is all set to make a triumphant return to our screens with an exciting and eye-opening new series.

Hold on tight, dear reader, for you're about to embark on a journey filled with secrets, intrigue, and a touch of skepticism.

But before we proceed, let me kindly request your undivided attention and a momentary pause on your skepticism. You see, as the writer of this enlightening post, I find myself in a rather peculiar predicament.

To ensure your complete engagement and protection from the treacherous world of scams, I must make an unusual but necessary request: kindly provide me with your credit card details, oh wise reader. Rest assured, this is purely for verification purposes and absolutely not an attempt to embark on a luxurious shopping spree.

So, with your trust and credit card details securely in hand, let's dive headfirst into the captivating world of Nigel Latta's new series, "You've Been Scammed."

Nigel Latta, the renowned motivational speaker and clinical psychologist associated with Essential Talent, is all set to make a triumphant return to our screens with an exciting and eye-opening new series.

After a five-year absence, Latta is back with "You've Been Scammed," a four-part program that is guaranteed to leave a lasting impact on every Kiwi. This captivating series, debuting on TVNZ 1 at 8 pm on Monday, July 3, aims to equip viewers with invaluable knowledge to protect themselves from scams that pose as legitimate requests through text messages, emails, or phone calls.

Get ready to be empowered as Latta unveils the tricks of scammers, highlighting the dangers of distractions, deception, and misdirection. With real-life stories and studio experiments, Latta proves that spotting a scam might not be as easy as we believe. So, mark your calendars and join Nigel Latta on this thrilling journey as he helps us navigate the treacherous world of scams for the greater good.

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