Takelessons.comFalse and misleading sales

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Please be aware of the overly aggressive sales and marketing of this company. Be aware that you cannot have any contact or discussion with a service provider prior to setting up and paying for lessons. Also be aware that they only method of assessing instructors (company provided profiles) are frequently misleading and false at times. One common trend is to market that all intructors are certified. This is especially misleading as the "certification" is provided by the company itself as is only internal. It is not provided by any outside recognized agency. I also think it reflects how seriously the company views customer service when they have the phone operator handle all complaints. ease do the legwork yourself in finding decent instructors as the company pockets a high % of what you pay and provides less than what they market.

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    Natalie Cox Jan 30, 2016
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    They ask for a teacher's bank account info with NO phone number nor address on their site. This is a sign of fraud right off the bat.

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