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ADMVenturesincmisleading sales

ADM Mentoring, or ADMVenturesinc has also gone by the name of eMillionaire, eMentoring, and who knows what else. As a client who has been coached by these charlatans, I have invested close to $10, 000 with them and it's been well over six months and I haven't made a penny. In their sales pitch they tell you that you can make 5-10k a month. CAN being the key word. I would suggest to not work with them as they do provide coaching but you don't need to spend such a high amount for it. Even after attending one of their conferences and speaking with other clients, I found out that no one is making money with them. Just don't do it. Put your investment elsewhere. I also found out that their testimonials on their website was made up by their own employees. If you have any doubt, read the eMillionaire testimonials on here.

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    John Robins Sep 03, 2010

    To who ever posted comment above. I have been a student of ADM Mentoring or Ventures now for the past 4 months. For the last 2 months I have generated $11, 567.97 and I am very pleased with the results. I believe that with hard work and determination these results are possible for anyone. GO ADM!

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    turnedthecorner Feb 22, 2012
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    John, as a former employee who has recently quit, I call bullcrap on your claims. I have kept in contact with all my clients and 0 clients had success. NONE! ADMVentures does not do anything illegal. What they do is 100% unethical. Its a cash grab. They find out how much credit you have available and they guilt you into spending it. I saw coaching packages getting spent at 10K that the same client who spent 5k would recieve. I knew what I was doing was unethical as the students are just set up to fail. My conscience got to me and if Andrew and Staci McCubbins had any sort of conscience they would quit taking peoples money. They may have that token client who still has leftover funds to utilize for advertising and marketing, but the majority of clients get wiped out and just receive subpar coaching by a kid they are paying to read out of a textbook. Do not fall into this trap! They claim to be helping out the economy but all they are are greedy owners prying at any last sort of funds you have. John, you are probably an employee to help out your sales.

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    Burgundy Mar 17, 2012

    Thanks 'TurntheCorner' I understand what all of you are saying. I have always wanted to learn how to make money online and I got suckered in to mentoring from a ### named Doug Odekirk from Top of Mind Media Group (who conveniently said he was no longer with them after two months of I contracting with them) who then outsourced the mentoring to Ed Sayers and ADM Mentoring. What it came down to is Top of Mind and ADM are in the same scam together and what I purchased was not what ADM delivered at all. I have spent an obscene amount of hours creating a couple different websites and two different coaches. I actually liked the second coach and I believe he actually thought he was helping me make money. Well after investing $8k with ### Doug Odekirk and 9 months later I haven't made a dime. Fortunately I am a successful corporate professional so it doesn't adversely affect me financially but obviously the time I invested is lost. It is just sad that there are ### out there that take advantage of people looking to learn something new and create an income stream for themselves. They will get theirs eventually. We all live and learn and I hope we all have learned something. I know I have.

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