The information can be obtained with the same info from other sources at a much lower price. Don't get caught up in the hype, as they are very good at getting you hooked at the three-day seminar.
They select for the Fortune Builders Mastery program based on how much money you have to invest. I felt a little uncomfortable with the questions on how much credit or money we had in savings for the program. They also encouraged us to get as many credit cards as possible so we can use it on the program. The base price was $15,000 for the lowest program, $25,000 for the next level and $34,000 for the highest level program. The difference in pricing is the length of the coaching available. I did the math, and it came out to about $800 per coaching call.
They make you think that this program is worth much more than these costs, but it is not. They also make you think that you can do this part time and make decent money but you really can't. You really need to do this full time to make a reasonable amount of money. One of the people that I have met that does this has to work 60-80 hours a week to make a decent living, so keep that in mind. They will also push Nevada Corporate Headquarters (NCH) for you to use to incorporate and other services.
Do NOT use them, as they are grossly overpriced as well. Facebook probably gets a big kickback from them.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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