Wealth Rock / Seminar Ripoff
Wealth Rock Financial Systems. Stocks, Real Estate, Legal, Tax Liens, Ryan Smith, Jamie Smith, Mark Walters, Phil Town, Aaron Osmond Selling Dreams for 99 dollars / or Retail $65, 895 dollars. But if you call before Midnight it is only $26, 995. deal. Saved $38, 900 . Miami, fort lauderdale, Florida
I attended the get motivated seminar in Miami. I Heard Phil Town (rule one investing) and Jamie Smith of (Wealthrock). As a single mother with 3 kids what they were saying was interesting to me. I make 26k a year so I was a Prospect... I signed up for the 99 dollar 3 day course.
Ryan Smith Jamies son was teaching the class. He told us he Taught Donald Trumps Kids how to be Rich stories of how he was worth hundreds of millions of dollars but was broke? did not own any thing in his name all through the companys names. I will show you how to be broke. I am Part of the 99% he joked. (i am part of that in real way not a joke) I drive a Porsche, live in Mansion, I was a pro baseball player. Showed pictures of his wife and staff with 50, 000 dollars bundle of money. He said that he took to dinner a deal finder lady and her negative husband and on way home that night threw the cash 5k at a time on man till it hit 50k Now the ladys husband will not be negative and believe.. Wow I thought this is incredible I have found my dream this is to good to be true. Lady made 50 k in one deal with him.
So they brought a team of 40 people with them. Each one stood in the front and told of there success with wealth rock system. Easy, take chance, do it they said. Then gave me a goals sheet they meet with you in back and sell you a course they know my debt/ net worth . avial credit Goals (dreams and hopes to exploit) . My adviser told me that it will be easy to make 5 million in 5 years. Think of your kids she said. You dont want them to see a old broke lady in the future do you. I asked what she made she said I can not tell you. I thought wow i just told you everything about me
The Costs of the Courses Tax Liens with Mark Walter $4995, Stocks with Phil Town Basic $4995, Intermediate $7995, Symposium $9999, Advanced $15, 999, Real Estate with Ryan Smith Basic $4995, Intermediate $7995, M5 mega $9995, Advanced 15, 995, Asset Protection with Lawyer $4995, Bonds master $4995. The way it works is, if you buy the upper tier packages, you get the lower tiers thrown in for the price. Thank God for the Elite I can get all for $26, 995 was $65, 895 Save 38, 900. I bought this one for $26, 995 my salary per year is $26000.
He also told a story that Donnie and Marie Osmonds cousin wanted to make record but donny and Marie would not support him with money he came to Ryan Smith learned the real estate and bought 3 mobile home parks. He also gave us the name and number of Credit Repair guy Greg Tilly. Told us no affiliation to him at all. Aron Osmond (the cousin) is the CEO of wealth rock, And vhesse financial credit repair is listed as a partner with him. Lies lies and more lies... I am trying to get my money back but they my Representative said paper work lost.
Do not go to Get Motivated seminar they lead you to these guys...Fast talking, slick, Rip off artists sprinkle, Christian values, Be Broke the99% (but secretly rich), helping the poor, while fleecing the poor. Nobody in there right mind would let a lady with 3 kids charge $26, 000.00 to her credit card that makes $26000 per year. My Representative said 28 people who bought elite packages. $755, 860 in Sales not a bad weekend Seminar total.
The FTC has been active in policing real-estate seminar operators in the past. " Eleven states brought 18 legal cases against seminar operators selling a variety of business and investment schemes.
The Tax Lien ScamAnother popular ploy used to hook potential investors is buying tax lien properties. You need the help of the course or system or seminar to do this, so the sellers of such items would have you believe. In truth however, you can call your local tax assessor or pay them a visit and get the same information for free.
"These seminars are fascinating from a sociological perspective, " says Stephen Roulac, a professor of real estate at Stanford University, and a real-estate investment consultant for the past 30 years."They play to people's greed and fear."
Real estate seminar speakers and their ilk prey on the innocent, the greedy and the naive and, quite frankly, many of us, if we looked deeply inside ourselves, might find one or two of those targeted traits, so nobody is really immune from these shysters
Don't trust them
Don't do business with them
Run far, far away from them.
P.T. Barnum were alive today, he would be a real estate seminar speaker.
(There is a sucker born every minute, this was my minute)