Anyway, the thing that caught my eye was Sara and Kara. They were the two young ladies "interviewing" Kevin. At first I thought it was one of those beauty product informmercials. No, even though one was dressed in something that looked like her underwear. Lotsa cleavage. I looked online and found the blurb: "Some of these ads includes panels of women, including Playboy playmates, who've assembled to discuss unknown ways to reduce your debt, or natural remedies for health ailments." Of the two I saw, Kara was there just for the looks as Sara (who wore the undergarments as overgarments) did most of the talking.
The booth babe concept is not new. As a professional I've seen them used at industry conventions by reputable companies. So using the ladies does not make Kevin a thief, but it is a phenomenon new to me on TV.
Note... do not order any of Kevin's books through his organization. Feedback on the Consumeraffairs.com website gives numerous examples of up-sell fraud. Maybe I will find the book in the thrift market like I did on the others. Consumer be warned!