Optionetics / They called an awful lot
I sent in the form on the optionetics site to get information on the mentor program. I was called back by 2 agents within an hour of each other. Not sure if it was a selling tactic or if they just did not know that they called me twice.
I called one of the agents back and was given a sales pitch that sounded familiar to my network marketing days where they teach you to posture your potential customer. I was told that the mentor program was an elite program and I would have to go through a second interview with a Mr. XXXXX. Which I thought was strange from the start normally people say the person's first and last name. I was then told after the interview that I should not be disappointed if they did not choose me for the program. The price range was 5000 and up.
After finding numerous complaints on line about the company that people took a lot of time to write, I decided against the program. Also I have never heard of a program that is supposed to teach you, not sell you of being so selective. So of course in the end you would invest 5000 + without even getting the software that they will pitch to you later.
I called to tell the guy that I spoke to that I am not interested. I proceeded to get 6 + call throughout the day. For a program that told me they would have to see if I am good enough! They called an awful lot. Which tells me that something is wrong. One rule of sales you don't chase the No's you focus on the next sale.
I am soooo happy I decided against such a commercialized way of learning! Thanks to all the posts on the internet!