|Dr. Edwin Meier - Eddie Meier - Swiss Management Academy|
|Fake school, fake title |
|5th of Nov, 2011 by sheigel |
|Eddie Meier / Dr. Edwin Meier / Edwin Meier|
If Norman Meier is the son of the so called Prof. Dr. Edwin (Eddie) Meier, from Switzerland than you should really stay away from him. His father (Eddie) claims to be a Professor which is not true at all. His Business School (Swiss Management Academy AG) is almost bankrupt and does not exist anymore. The only thing that works in his environment is the school in Kenya. Both use to write books on health and personal management, while they are totally broke. Stay away from this people. If you don't trust me, just make a search in Google of yahoo and you will understand.
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