This is a major scam, be aware. I was approached by a woman in her mid-twenties, I’m covering her maternity leave so she left her number just in case I had any questions and I texted her with excitement about her leaving the note and being available to answer my questions. A couple of days later she called me talking about a business asset and making ongoing income and it caught my attention. She arranged a meeting at Starbucks an evening night to talk about the opportunity not really explaining what it is, the company name, what I will be doing, or how much I will be making. Instead she shamed post-secondary education for creating a system that educates students and pushes them into the working class instead of the entrepreneurial aspect of their mindset. She gave me a book to read up to the first chapter. After that, on a Tuesday evening, I went to an info session which included a long presentation and they introduced me to their mentors and everyone was dressed professionally, it felt like a good group to be within except the people there seemed very skeptical and were I’m their early 20s as I am as well. They are all brainwashed and shame teachers for the work they do.
A day after I meet with the lady and her husband. They gave me a bunch of work to do: read a chapter of the book assignments they give you, listen to 1-2 audios a day, attend meetings every Tuesday evening, attend conferences even out of state which I had to pay for all out of pocket. I don’t believe these people even make money, they say from 6-9 months money flowed in but there have been people on project 1 for more than that time frame even more than a year, unbelievable! Very time consuming and takes away from your life and free time, they require a lot from you, waste of time and effort.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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