I just got off a workshop in Pembroke Pines which left me a bad taste in my mouth. The workshop was from 3 to 7 pm.
I stayed until almost 6 pm as I had to leave to pick my wife up. Everything was going well, they handed every one a book with steps to take to become a home owner. I have to say I really liked all I heard, until I had to leave. There was a woman in the exit who claimed to be a manager, who asked me if I was leaving.
I said yes, and she asked me how I was thinking to register as a member. I responded I'd do it online, then she said I had to give her the book back and I could not take it. I asked if I had to register today in order for me to keep the book and she didn't respond, and said those were the rules. The presenter mentioned there were about 400 people who attended.
The membership is $25 a year, which is nothing. However, if you do the math and say 80% of the people signed up, they'd have collected $8000 in just a few hours, and they do these workshops twice a month...go figure.
I don't know if it is a good program or not, but how can I trust they are for real? Just be aware....
Review about: Naca Seminar.
Reason of review: untrustworthy.