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Mindleaders / Bad service

1 5500 Glendon Court, Suite 200Dublin, OH, United States Review updated:
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Mindleaders and their president Paul MacCartney are scammers. They were very nice at the beginning, talking on the phone, sending sales material, and giving you special offers.

So I signed my contract, and they took a few thousand dollars directly from my bank account, and suddenly, EVERYTHING WENT DOWNHILL FROM THERE!!!

They started aggressively pushing for sales, sales, and more sales. Then tossing my employees (we are a small company) to each and every single one of their scammer sales people to get even more money out of us.

They have bad systems, age-old courses (office 97!!!), and even all their material are just cheap e-books bought from some others, put in html format and with some stupid pictures. Heck, for 5000$ I could build a mega e-learning platform better than this!!!

I am suing these poeple really soon, and they have a black file at the BBB too (, they say: Based on BBB files, this company has an unsatisfactory record, a company has an "unsatisfactory business performance record" with BBB is based on the experiences reflected in BBB files.

They even have a high pressure sales complaint against them at Ohio Attorney General�s Office (, go there and search mindleaders!!!

Rubbish treatment, rubbish customer service, rubbish sales, rubbish everything.


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  • Sh
      28th of Jan, 2010
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    Some of the Mindleaders courses should be used only to supplement acquired general business knowledge. It is a good starting point for those entering the workforce. The courses can give you insight into establishing a foundation for your daily tasks when you have no idea where to begin. Each employee begins his career armed with tons of facts but has no idea what to do with that knowledge. You can learn good business applications from the courses. Nothing is set in stone.You can develop and improvise for yourself as you learn.

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