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  • 3 hours ago
  • Financial Scams and Schemes
  • Mountain View, California
  • 9

After the three day seminar, I was impressed so I signed up for one of the packages. A few days later i find a company that does the same thing, their local, I can see them and speak with them in person, their most expensive package is just over the lowest amout of Elite Legacy's cheapest package, and you don't have to pay extra for the mentor. In fact you get an unlimited supply of mentors, an... Read more

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  • Sep 26
  • Financial Scams and Schemes
  • 229

Not happy. The first day of the three day training course seemed like nothing more then an infomercials sales pitch. The guy teaching couldn't do basic math ie 45k x 4 =160k. I've learned much more from personal research online as well as talking to my uncle who's been a successful real estate investor for the last 25 years with a net worth around 25m currently. There was a few useful things we... Read more

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  • Sep 19
  • Financial Scams and Schemes
  • Orlando, Florida
  • Rich U
  • 236

Rich dad is an excellent company in my opinion, I have attended several seminars and yes they are not cheap, but the content, and the people that you meet are worth the price. If you thing you can get free valuable education (the same as everyone else) or free financial advise, go to University of Havana, Cuba. Like I said this is not for the unwashed masses, this is for people who value... Read more

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  • Sep 09
  • Education
  • Cork, Cork
  • Rich Dad Quickstart Program
  • 250

I got call sometime in July 7th 2015, stating someone calling from Richdad. Sales person told me I am a lucky few and sold me the richdad quick start program for 54 USD onetime fees, If I pay over the phone immediately. Now reviewing my credit card statement I found I have been charged regularly from last 3 months for 54 USD. I spoke to the richdad quickstart program accounts department of this... Read more

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  • Sep 08
  • Education
  • Video Event How To Raise Capital
  • 129

I called about a video event charge and that I may have been double billed. Customer service quickly went into how someone else in the home may be charging for videos too and I need to be careful! What!? I was just asking for proof since I keep my registration copies and didn't have one for this charge. The charges both had the same event names but charges were 4 days apart; seemed likely... Read more

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Another sales scam - but what can you expect from Scottsdale, Arizona? There's nothing to manufacture or no one to ship to. Add comment

  • Aug 17
  • Financial Scams and Schemes
  • Gilbert, Arizona
  • Rich Dad Education Training
  • 527

We were sooo excited after we went to the pre-training seminar & the two men were amazing! I paid the $500 & was totally disappointed in our BRIT TWIT mentor who was egotistical & insulting to people who asked questions! Mainly he pushed to have himself as a mentor (no thank you) & gave us information that was totally irrelevant for those who are beginners & don't have too... Read more

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  • Aug 05
  • Schools
  • Los Angeles, California
  • Rich Dad Education Training
  • 341

This guys are the worst .I have very bat experience, I sign for some classes and I find outt that just frud, they take your many and customer service!!!! Good luck. Just ansoring robot, the stole from me 400 don't give your credit card to this felos because you never will get your many back!!!!!!!!! Even if you cancel the same day... I going to make sure the government get something to... Read more

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  • Jul 29
  • Financial Scams and Schemes
  • Tracy, California
  • Rich Dad Education 3-Day Real Estate Training
  • 771

I've had much the same experience as you will read in other reviews. In 2014 I paid $495 for a 3-day Real Estate training seminar. Little did I know that there would be no training as advertised... Most of the first day was spent positioning and selling the "additional training". The only thing I learned during the seminar was that any time you spend $, you should know who you are doing business... Read more

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Service totally a disaster, not honest and keep speaking meaningless thing. Add comment

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