JT Foxx Organization / sophisticated international scam group
There are good reviews meant to rebuff the complaints, which are understandable. But then there are those that are submitted to be just plain good reviews, not in response to anything. Makes you wonder about the latter. What are they doing here? Also, get this. The word "Hater" is a fairly new Western made-up word. Usually, people from other countries that are also fluent in speaking English as a secondary language will tend to use more proper, or should i say Established terms. But suddenly people all over the world who are supposedly his students know how to use the same word and, mind you, with the exact same tonality. Anyoe who does SEO, or anyone who cares to pay attention to details will catch this. It's usually indicative of someone who is using an amateur fake reviewer writing multiple fake good reviews... Seriously, for someone like JT Foxx (aka Justin Gorenko) who is making that much money, he can hire more and better fake reviewers. India would be a good place for that. But too bad ... he just berated Indians in a seminar he was doing in the Philippines yesterday, January 14th. He said Indians are, in general, cheap and don't know anything about value. Which may be true. But you don't say that in front of other nationalities because that just incites negative stereotyping - which is the basis of racism. Someone who goes around the world, meeting important enlightened people, and making a lot of money, is supposed to show more sensibility than that. It was a seminar full of Filipinos, Filipino-Chinese, and a few other nationalities. There was this one couple, an Indian male with a caucasian woman. Apparently the Indian is an Indian-American (i don't mean Native American) from New Jersey. JT, in front of everyone, went on to say to him, "India didn't like you. America didn't like you. And now you're here". Good thing the Indian man was mature enough and just decided to laugh it off. Here's a message to JT Foxx/Justin Gorenko: In business and in life, you can't avoid making enemies. But you should not ever be the one who sets out to deliberately make them. You try to be in good terms with as much as possible because you'll never know when you're going to need someone's help. I am one of the attendees of the seminar and I am currently on day 2 of the seminar for which i paid $2000. I have at least 6 red flags which indicate he's a fake. It's not a sure thing yet because really, how do you disprove anyone who claims to be a businessman and a motivational coach? Anyone can claim to be that. The truth is you can never be 100% sure he's a charlatan. But he has set off too many indicators saying he is. If you guys want me to state what those 6 are, let me know on this thread. I'll identify myself as JSC simply because i don't want to be heckled and harassed in anyway by these people. But if you want me to identify the red flags, i can post it on here. Meanwhile, i am currently having fun observing how he trips. Just a note though: Unlike him, my family's net worth is actually in billions. It's just sad that so many people in this seminar are about to get s*ckered in. I just attended out of curiosity. In my conclusion, perhaps he is an up and coming businessman and motivational coach. But his approach is not to start from the ground up. Rather, he wants to be big, loud and pompous right off the bat. An Anthony Robbins wannabe. The problem is, if you get to the top of Mount Everest by dropping on it instead of climbing it, without any conditioning and experience, you are physically and mentally ill equipped and even breathing will become problematic.