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[Resolved] Clever Investor / Real estate investing scam & fraud

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I have it on very good authority that Cody Sperber who brands himself with Josh Altman is getting indicted for a real estate scam fraud in Pheonix. The Pheonix DA is involved and a grand jury has been convened.

The only guy who is making money are not his clients but himself with his over priced software and real estate programs. Beware I know a lot of people who lost list a lot of money. This is a total scam and fraud. He will steal your money.

Any info email me at [protected]@gmail.com

This is a Fast Track to financial ruins investing with this guy.

Co
Mar 15, 2017
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  • Je
      May 09, 2017

    There is no truth to this whatsoever. Please read all our reviews to find out what our customers really think. We've reached out to this person with no response, so they are obviously just attempting to hurt our name for some reason.

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  • Mi
      Dec 05, 2017

    @jeff6428 I AM WITH YOU!
    See following, I am trying to put this on all kinds of forums.

    I had bad experience with these guys!!! Do not go to them, do not sign anything with them!!!

    Absolutely not worth the money. Wholesaling is what they teach; however they will not tell you even after you paid big bucks to them. You can only find out as you go, definitely the stuff you can look up on the internet, do not need to pay.

    They count every minute they talk to you towards mentoring, even setting up the account or system whatsoever.

    These are just show men, nothing is as easy as they say or worth the money you pay. Cody Sperber wouldn't teach you how to do the wholesaling, he just show up for the beginning, then the rest is up to the people he hire to talk to you over the phone. Most of the stuff is to motivate you rather than teaching you solid knowledge. Even there is "knowledge", not worth the money you are paying. Not $30K, not $20K, not $5K, not even $1000.

    The seminars are very misleading, you would think you will get involved with all they presented in the seminars, actually just a small portion--wholesaling at a high cost to you.

    The structure of the so called instructions will end up with around $250/hour from your hard-earned money, more or less.

    You can just invest 5-10 good books to read if you are serious about real estate, why thousands of dollars to these con men. The right books teach you everything.

    When you only pay $250 for good books, or $200/hour for a real estate attorney or expert for a solid consultation, why paying some mediocre sales man on the phone?

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  • Ez
      Nov 01, 2017

    This guy is out of his mind. I am in a mastermind group with Cody and Dean Graziosi. This guy has more tips that. Anyone online or anywhere. I am not a first timer. I am not a pro like Cody but I've sold over 200 houses as wholesale deals in my life. From the minute Cody started sharing I started learning. Its up to you if you use his tips or if you want someone else to do the work and pay you. You have to work to make money and you have to work smart. This guy with the comment is a bum and always will be a bum so he yells at Cody because he didn't get rich eating cheatos on the toilet. If you want to get into wholesaling properties there is no one better than Cody to learn from

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  • Mi
      Dec 05, 2017

    @EzraMN See the truth yourself! Do not attack other people who are trying to fight back!

    I had bad experience with these guys!!! Do not go to them, do not sign anything with them!!!

    Absolutely not worth the money. Wholesaling is what they teach; however they will not tell you even after you paid big bucks to them. You can only find out as you go, definitely the stuff you can look up on the internet, do not need to pay.

    They count every minute they talk to you towards mentoring, even setting up the account or system whatsoever.

    These are just show men, nothing is as easy as they say or worth the money you pay. Cody Sperber wouldn't teach you how to do the wholesaling, he just show up for the beginning, then the rest is up to the people he hire to talk to you over the phone. Most of the stuff is to motivate you rather than teaching you solid knowledge. Even there is "knowledge", not worth the money you are paying. Not $30K, not $20K, not $5K, not even $1000.

    The seminars are very misleading, you would think you will get involved with all they presented in the seminars, actually just a small portion--wholesaling at a high cost to you.

    The structure of the so called instructions will end up with around $250/hour from your hard-earned money, more or less.

    You can just invest 5-10 good books to read if you are serious about real estate, why thousands of dollars to these con men. The right books teach you everything.

    When you only pay $250 for good books, or $200/hour for a real estate attorney or expert for a solid consultation, why paying some mediocre sales man on the phone?

    +2 Votes
  • Jo
      Jul 11, 2018

    Clever Investor: Beware Yet Another Real Estate Flipping Scam Rears Its Ugly Head Again...
    I hope to warn other parents of gullible, eager-to-work high school or college-age students about 'Clever Investor'www.cleverinvestor.com, an Arizona-based get-rich-flipping-houses-wholesale scheme hawked & hyped toward naive young people all over social media (e.g. Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, etc).

    Clever Investor's pitch is that they offer one-on-one personal mentoring advice on wholesale real estate flipping without a license. My son in college bought in to their misleading Facebook and Youtube ads filled with cheerleader "you-can-do-it-too!" upbeat promotions of a rosy lifestyle in real estate flipping and their exclusive mentored shortcuts to deals ("win big!", "game-changer personal attention mentoring!", "make millions & millions of $!", "work less hours & spend more time with your family!" etc..).

    My son signed their pdf contract online and paid them $22, 000 (his tuition savings) toward a personal 'mentor' for 12 phone calls (works out to about $1, 800+ per call)! His mentor was in Chicago, so it was impossible that his mentor offered timely, relevant, specific real estate advice to my son who is in New York. It's a sad joke that my son had to go online to free Craig's listings for leads. Although my son tried desperately to pursue and follow up on almost a hundred leads in the winter and spring 2018, "Clever" Investor systems and mentoring did not help my son to perform any real estate deals.

    There were sporadic mentoring phone calls (approximately twice/month) in which my son discussed very general strategies on the phone with his Chicago-based 'mentor', who was not at all familiar with the (town), New York real estate market. Therefore the advice my son received was useless, not timely, nor actionable. The very small amount of mentoring support was lacking in all respects. Clever Investor systems and mentoring did not help my son to perform any real estate deals successfully.

    My son thought the material and products only gave him very basic real estate investing information, while Clever Investor constantly tried 'upselling' him on additional products. He found that several of the intro videos on the Clever Investor website are more about tugging on a customer's emotions (like claiming that the video will only be available for a short time, and that he shouldn’t share the link with his friends) than they are about providing real information about Clever Investor products. Ultimately, my son was talked out of $22K! Buyer beware.

    It's too late for a refund for our family, but I hope you will investigate this organization's unethical promotion of their useless way-overpriced real estate 'mentoring' to other disaffected, eager-for-real-world experience young people on social media.

    As a hardworking single mom whose son was upsold and tricked out of his savings, I am making it my mission to warn other parents about Clever Investor's get-rich-on-real-estate-flipping schemes... online, on social media sites, and warn all my friends to keep their kids away from this real estate flipping mentoring scam.

    The Federal Trade Commission at www.ftc.gov might be able to go after them if enough people complain. Flipping houses is an old venue used to get people to think it is easy to do if they just pay Clever Investor for a lot of educational material. It is rearing it's ugly head again after 10 years since others were tricked in the economic collapse. As home prices go up, more people are being attracted to these schemes.

    +3 Votes

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