- Report: #82339
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Complaint Review: Dean Graziosi - Motor Millions
Dean Graziosi - Motor Millions405 W. University Dr. Ste 105 Tempe, Arizona U.S.A.
Dean Graziosi - Motor Millions misleading ripoff infomercial to consumers Tempe Arizona
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Dean's infomercial is VERY misleading. He talks about HIS "network" for being able to post cars and match them with a buyer, which is the #1 thing people will be attracted to. "Just find them, list them, and we'll send you a check!" He makes you believe that he has his own network of used cars on the internet that he is promoting all over the country to dealers and such. A network that might consist of dealers looking for cars for their inventory. A secret sort of network that only dealers like him know about. Come to find that his "network" is actually eBay! Every car you post on his website get's posted on eBay, not some secret network he owns. Dean's "network" and website have no traffic from car buyers, only people that bought his package! Posting car ads on eBay is something you can do all by yourself! So why would you want to pay him a percentage on top of the ebay listing fees when he is doing absolutely nothing to help you find buyers? Incredible! As with so many other infomercial scams, they are quick to try to upgrade you to your own site for a couple hundred dollars more. A site with "guaranteed traffic" and they then sell you a copy of his scam site for you to try to drive other people to. Making you just as guilty at scamming as he is, IF you can ever get someone to list a car through you. Good luck creating the tons of traffic needed to get one person to feel compelled to pay your listing fees and list their car on your unknown website! Especially since any people that actually see your website will be internet users that already know about eBay! Maybe if you can make an infomercial and sell the scam to other people and let THEM create listings on your disguised network like Dean does! Just another pyramid scheme in action. Some of these guys need to stop being so lazy and actually help the people that buy their systems, instead of setting them up for failure. But I guess then everyone would be millionaires like they are and there would be no market for their next scams or anyone to watch their infomercials. Come on Dean! Make a network of your OWN and actually invest into promoting it and HELPING your students, instead of having some cheap script created to post their cars on eBay and stealing from their profits! Millionaires like you and Mr. Don Lapre should be able to afford to run some commercials for your "car network" and "vitamins", but I have yet to ever see any. Only infomercials selling a plan! Advertise and put your customers' affiliate websites into rotation, so they can make some sales. For some strange reason I have yet to ever see a commercial advertising your car network to people or a commercial for Don Lapre's Greatest Vitamins in the World! You know why?? Because you guys couldn't care less if your "car network" or "vitamins" actually sell! You only want to make money off the plan/scheme itself and leave people wondering why it's not working for them! It's sad really. Most people just don't get it. If you actually ever have a product or service worth selling, you would use your money to promote that product or service! Good products and services practically sell themselves. You would NOT invest in a late-night infomercial to hire a bunch of poor people to sell your product or service for you and charge them $35-$80! If you had a website worth promoting, you would pay to promote it! You want the most traffic possible! You would NOT invest in a late-night infomercial to hire a bunch of poor people, with no experience necessary, to promote your website for you. And you surely would NOT sell them a duplicate of your money-making site for an extra $100! These are signs of scams! If their product is worth selling, their affiliates/resellers would be able to sign up for FREE. They wouldn't even need to promote their affiliate programs because a good selling product would have people flocking to become resellers! A word of advice to anyone who reads this. If you have something that actually makes you a millionaire, keep it to yourself, use it and make your fortunes! When it stops working for you, take a couple hundred bucks and throw together an information kit about your "plan". Hey, if you're really creative, you can even start throwing together "plans" without actually ever using them for yourself! Hire an actor to get all hyped up and throw his hands around while he talks. That part is VERY important! It keeps viewers from looking into his eyes and seeing his soul. Then, simply run a few infomercials and scam MILLIONS of people out of their hard-earned money! I guarantee, you'll be a millionaire in no-time! Also, remember to use these phrases: It's that simple! So what are you waiting for?! You have absolutely nothing to lose and everything to gain! Guaranteed! Call NOW! Ron Portage, Michigan
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