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Rich Dad Education
Main address: 4255 Lake Park Blvd. Suite 300 84120 Salt Lake City UT
1-800-978-8068, ,
  • 9 complaints
  • $39.8K claimed losses
  • $4.4K average
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  • Aug 26
  • Advertisements and Cons
  • Unsolicited Emails
  • 28

I've received unsolicited emails from these guys every day for the past three weeks, sometimes more than one a day and always from "hijacked" email addresses. When I say "hijacked" I mean email addresses like: Do you think legit companies would advertise this... Read more

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  • Jul 29
  • Financial Scams and Schemes
  • Jacksonville, Florida
  • Rich Dad Training Course
  • 1
  • 1
  • 309

They say live life with no regrets...screw that, this is a regret that I will live with for the rest of my life. I was convinced to purchase the 3-day course for $495. I was told that the price was a special and would soon go up to $1050. I was promised to learn about closing a wholesale deal, doing foreclosures, asset protection, and so much more. At the 3-day class we never learned anything!... Read more

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  • Jul 09
  • Tutoring
  • Toowoomba, Queensland
  • Coaching Scam
  • 1
  • 1
  • 161

I paid USD$4899 for a program that promoted itself as 12 months of Rich Dad Coaching. The program is called Rich Dad Choose to be Rich - International Real Estate, however the coaching stopped after just 2 months. The rest of the time is meant to be self paced online learning that might not even be assessed when submitted. The coaching that I did have, was for 1/2 an hour a week and it was only... Read more

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  • Mar 04, 2013
  • Advertisements and Cons
  • 5
  • 5
  • 287

Went to free seminar, was told about intense 3-day training for 200.00. At 3-day training, the first 2 days was a sales pitch to up-sale you for more training. Head trainers' name was Ann from Florida, who spent the first 4 hours telling us about her sad story about how she was divorced and had to struggle to build her own business. She spent about another 2 hours one day trying to teach you how... Read more

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  • Feb 25, 2013
  • Financial Scams and Schemes
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Financial Service Fraud
  • 1
  • 1
  • 374

Rich Dad Education got me registered after some slick sales talk in a downtown Philadelphia hotel, for a 3-day 'Financial Freedom Seminar' which I could not attend due to extenuating circumstances, including jet-lag from international travel. Despite repeated phone calls and email requests, Rich Dad Education (who go by several other names) is acting in a snotty manner in refusing to return the... Read more

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  • Feb 15, 2013
  • Financial Scams and Schemes
  • Dallas, Texas
  • 404

Rich Dad Education Seminars offered FREE for 3 days are a total scam, all they want is to get you to sign their program and spend your money on something they promissed and never do deliver, BE VERY CAREFUL, do not be fooled, they are trained to push you into in and corner you to do it, then when you do , they do not even answer their phone anymore. I wish there was some sort of Attorney law firm... Read more

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  • Jan 23, 2013
  • Financial Scams and Schemes
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • 422

Sat through this presentation with a friend who is a real estate agent, and I know something about investing. First, if the opportunities were this good these people would not be teaching you this ***...they'd be out making millions. The class doesn't allow anyone to ask questions out loud, which indicates they know people would ask so many skeptical questions they'd never get the class done in 2... Read more

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  • Feb 08, 2011
  • Education
  • Mankato, Minnesota
  • Service Pressure
  • 16
  • 16
  • 693

If you are someone who is even thinking about going to a Rich Dad 3 day Intro, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE READ THIS. You will glean some decent info and that is all part of a big pitch to get you to spend tens of thousands ($10,000-$100,000+) on Real Estate training, whether you have the money or NOT. DO NOT do it! They will high pressure you into opening as many credit cards in your name as you... Read more

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  • Aug 27, 2008
  • Education
  • Stone Mountain, Georgia
  • Get Rich Education
  • 51
  • 51
  • 706

We attended the Rich Dad, Poor Dad work shops and they are nothing short of a Rip Off. The program that you Pay to go to just tries to sell you on more programs. It's rediculous! And they specifically target those that can least afford to waste more money. They are targeting the people who have trouble getting a credit card. They give them enough info to get in more credit trouble and then... Read more

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