I attended the 3 day seminar as a guest in the Houston area.I signed up for a package.
During the 3 day seminar they tell you it's not a training package that you purchase but a creation of income. He continued to stress the package will lead to a creation of income streams with examples. In addition, he says the Elite team members help you and show you how to do this using real estate investing as the vehicle. I've been signed up since September 2017.
So far I've taken two online training courses and I continue to get calls about attending more training courses. Nothing more! The training courses are late in the evenings. They run until midnight CT!
One of the trainers suggested I go to craigslist looking for rental properties and randomly call the owners to ask if they want to sell. This is what they call a lead on a real estate investment. I was also told to peruse other sites such as section8.com or look for section 8 properties in my area and call the owners to discuss if they want to sell. This is considered another lead.
At this point, I've wasted about $20k for someone to tell me to look in the newspaper, craigslist, etc. and call random home owners as leads for potential income. Elite is definitely selling training at a way too high cost. It should be free to tell folks such information.
I've gained nothing. My friend who attended as my sponsor, purchased a much larger package and has since been talked into purchasing add-ons. The total is upwards of $60K+ and the mentor suggested to call neighbors to see if they're interested in selling.
None of the neighbors have signs up for sale or rent.Don't attend the 3 day seminar and definitely do not sign up for a package!!
Review about: Rich Dad Education Program.
Reason of review: Not as described.
Monetary Loss: $20000.
Preferred solution: Full refund.
I liked: Mindset, Guest speakers were friendly.
I didn't like: Unfulfilled promises, Training class content.