Complaint / review text:
I received Russ Dalbey's booklet for Winning in the Cash Flow Business in the mail. Hopeful me was getting all excited to think that maybe I finally found a good home-based business.
I wish I had known about consumer complaints because I would be about $800 richer today. I ordered the course they claimed would be all I'd need to start generating wealth. It was $160. Then my phone would not stop ringing. I would get 4 or 5 phone calls in a row daily from the same number, so I finally decided to answer. I wish I hadn't.
Stupid me ended up getting talked into spending $1000 to be in their Protege Program. They promised that I would make back that money over the 5 month course of this program.
When I felt I had made a huge mistake, I called to get my money back. The girl I was talking to was trying so hard to get me to stick with the program. She seemed so sincere. She ended up offering me half of my money back and allowed me to stay in the program. I agreed to that, unfortunately.
I asked in the very beginning if it would be possible to keep up with this protege program while working a full-time job. They assured me that this program was designed for people like me who already had a job, who wanted to make easy money on the side. That is such a lie. Three simple steps, they say. But there is a huge amount of information needed to be learned to even get started.
Anyways, I still have not seen any money come from this. Is there anyone who knows whether or not money can actually be made selling notes? It's hard to face the truth if the truth is no.