I’ve just yet another e-mail from a customer to my publication who tells me that they are extremely thinking about my courses, but they’ve already spent a great deal of money with someone else’s coaching program. And since their investment is non-refundable, and it was a complete lot of money, they don’t want to buy some of my programs. I guess they were unable to get the answer to their question from the coach that they paid thousands too, so they amount that they’ll just ask me. The nagging problem is that easily do answer them, they might not like the answer that I give them.
I may be telling them the exact contrary of what they’ve been informed by their so-called “expert” tax lien investing trainer. I may not believe the strategy that they’ve paid thousands to learn is worthwhile in today’s market whatsoever. OK, this is my rant. I’ve had enough, so I’m caution everyone who subscribes to my publication and reads my articles now, “Buyer Beware,” just because someone says that they’re a specialist in tax lien investing doesn’t mean they are. Check them out before you give your credit-credit card number and spend many non-refundable dollars to buy their program.
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