We really enjoy the variety of activities provided to members and the comradery of this company.
Patrick is such a down-to-Earth person we can easily communicate with and answers questions we have. He also explains any new happenings in the company.
J & B Johnston
Your handling of our finances has been a blessing to us. It’s never fun to lose your money that you feel you have worked hard for. I wish we had met you before 2008. Thank you very much for all you do.
M & D Green
My wife and myself have been very pleased with your program. The only negative is that we didn’t join sooner.
A & S Jantz
After we joined I had some concerns about Patrick and Freedom Financial. Everyone I contacted, every Federal and local agency, I also called corporate office, Patrick has had a flawless career. I can say this is the only investment company I have never lost money with. Highly recommend Patrick!
J & J Scott
The journey has been great! We really appreciate all the you and your staff has done for us thus far. Thank you!
J & R Graves
We met Patrick several years ago. He impressed us as truthful and honest. We have been very pleased and never disappointed with his service to us.
J & P Bjerk
We though you might be too good to be true. But you are genuine. Thank you for being in our lives so we can have a future in retirement.
J & L Gillpatrick
Patrick is a very honest and sincere person. We have been clients for almost 10 years and we are so happy we went to dinner at Red Lobster. We hope for continued success for him and we look forward to the financial well-being for us.
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