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Fortunebuilders - Don't Fall For It
Update by user Oct 05, 2016
I have spoken with the company and they have resolved my issue to my full satisfaction.They were very open to my feedback and I was happy to hear that since my enrollment more than a year ago, the forms, training videos, templates and materials I referred to in my last post have since been updated and improved.
They took responsibility for the fact that they weren't clear about the graduation process and are already using better language to make sure that new students are clear on this.I am happy with the resolution.
Original review posted by user Sep 23, 2016
We attended a Fortune Builders seminar last year.We could not afford the $35k that they wanted for their Mastery program.
Soon after, we were called and offered a chance to join their JumpStart program for $7500. After a good deal of high pressure selling, we agreed to put the $7500 on credit cards (we had to use several) as they suggested. We were promised mentoring relationships, all the forms and paperwork, templates, deal review, and access to the tons of webinars on the web-site.
What we got were forms that were not legally binding, outdated templates with no real numbers or information in them, some 30 minute mentoring calls with lots of homework between with no real value, no deal review, a "mentor" that stopped answering calls and e-mails after the allotted sessions where completed, webinars that were basically sales tools for them to shill for their business partner web-sites and other services, and access to tons of web videos that were very outdated, vague, or both.
DO NOT FALL PREY TO THIS SCAM!!!!
Review about: Fortunebuilders 8 Week Marketing Jumpstart Program.
Reason of review: Not as described.
Monetary Loss: $9000.
Preferred solution: Full refund.
I didn't like: Over priced and under delivered.