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Dear Fellow Betta keeper,

Firstly let me say a big 'HELLO'!

If you are like me you will just love Betta Splendens! The colours the movements, everything about these fish is simply amazing! However, I hope you are not like me if you are having problems such as disease, major 'fish aggression', and a short life span, etc...

Unfortunately I started off quite bad with looking after my Bettas. I lost my first 5 fish to basic/stupid, simple mistakes but I didn't want to give up.

Following on from these mistakes I searched the web to find help with where I was going wrong and how to help my fish to thrive and possibly even breed. I basically needed some 'Betta Fish Facts'.

I used forums but found it hard to find specific basic answers and found it quite frustrating at times when I didn't get any repsonses to some of my questions. This made me even more determined to find a good 'one-stop' source for all the facts and answers I needed.

Eventually I came across a guide called "Betta Fish Secrets". The guide was being sold as:

"The Ultimate Guide To Learning How To Keep And Breed Betta Fish Successfully - Now You Can Discover For Yourself The Facts About Betta Fish Using Tested Techniques and Things That Most Betta Fish Owners Never Know".

Now don't get me wrong, I wasn't sure if it would be any good and don't usually like to part with cash but when I weighed up my options, i.e. "Keep spending money on fish that keep dying, or, spend money on a guide that may have all the answers/facts I need" I decided to take the plunge. After further reading of their site I found that the guide actually had a 100% Money Back Guarantee that lasted for 8 weeks with absolutely no strings attached.

I have now had the guide for over 5 months and have not had one casualty. Not only this, I am finding out about all sorts of things that I never knew before. Therefore I would highly recommend this guide to anyone who would like to know all they need to know on Betta Fish Care and Breeding. Click the link if you would like to read more on this guide, oh, and look into the amazing 100% money back guarantee.

Happy breeding and take care (of the Bettas!).

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