This is how these services work:
- Get our free letter for spectacular gains.
- Yes, it is a free letter to pitch a subscription to the $49 for really spectacular gains.
- Yes, just $49 to present our $1,500 method for super spectacular gains.
- And that gets you pitches for "our super duper special $4,900 service to help us drain you dry faster."
And so on and on, I hope you get the idea. I have a list of at least 20 newsletters and services from this inter-related web of the different Oxford Club branches and each week they seem to present a new expert on another industry, stock, crypto, method. They know the exact time when ZYX will go up 100 times but somehow miss a 75% crash of crypto!!!
Listen to the reviews, except for the one five star shill.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
I got very good prices on four flights so for that part I give four stars, but I had problems which I have never experienced before with how the reservations came out, so the website experience gets no stars.
I checked male for gender, but when I checked the receipt it said female. Same for birth date, wrong date. And one flight date came out completely wrong so now I am stuck with a flight which I cannot take or get refunded.
I did the reservations on a desktop, so it was not an issue of just hitting a wrong key. I have never seen these mistakes before, so this has to be a problem with FlightHub online.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend