Beyond Six Figures for Coaches — SCAM
In my experience, the Beyond Six Figures (BSF) for coaches program offered by Eva Gregory and Mary Allen (Life Coach Mary) didn't even come close to the promises that they sold.
I am working harder than ever, far more that 2- 3 days per week as they promised, and I am actually making less income per month than before I started their program.
To the best of this poster's knowledge, not ONE coach that has gone through this very expensive program has gone beyond six figures or gotten close and, even though they were told that they would work less and make more money, it appears that they are now working harder than ever.
Though it appeared that the program had a "100% money back guarantee," it turns out the guarantee was nearly impossible to get. In fact, I don't know of any of the coaches who I went through the program with who asked for their money back and got it. Instead, they were told that they didn't work hard enough, fell short and/or that the guarantee had expired.
It is interesting to note that it appears that as of February 2010, they are no longer offering a money back guarantee with the program.
Additionally, the testimonials used on their website as this moment, were prematurely recorded, shortly before the time that the program ended and well before anyone discovered that the BSF principles fall short of their promises. We were told that providing a testimonial would give us more exposure and credibility... so many of us did so.
Finally, it is my belief that the so called "experts" that are brought into the program are actually affiliates who pay Eva Gregory and Mary Allen a commission when one of their coaches signs up with them. One can decide for themselves on how they feel about this, but, to me, this seems to only further cheapen the integrity of the BSF program, all the while making even more money for Eva Gregory And Mary Allen.
Personally, it's hard to sit down here and write this without sounding a bit jaded, as this was the last thing that I believed that I would ever be doing. I was raised with the strong belief that if anything in life is worth having, then its worth working hard for. But when one works harder at something than they have even done so in their life, only to get lackluster results from a program that didn't deliver the goods, what is one to do?
Top this off with seeing this very same program continually marketed in the same way it was for us coaches who went through the very first program, well, it leads me to question the integrity of its promoters.
In short - Buyer beware. If it sounds too good to be true... well, you know how it goes...
I truly hope that this can be of help to others.