- Report: #808738
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Federal Financial Group & Rick Dixon
Federal Financial Group & Rick DixonDraper, UT Draper, Utah United States of America
Federal Financial Group & Rick Dixon World Financial Group, FFG, FFG2 Pyramid Scam - They only make money from your recruitment fees Draper, Utah
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Pyramid? No way!
*Consumer Comment: Question for Ron
*UPDATE Employee: Idiot!
*Consumer Comment: To Condenscending Guy
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Some clarification
*Consumer Comment: Everything About This "Business" Raises Red Flags
*General Comment: No Scam: Fees well worth the training alone.
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: scam!!
*UPDATE Employee: Lee Miles, Great FFG Michigan Lead!
*General Comment: BBB Rating
*Consumer Comment: My Experience as a Consumer
*Author of original report: Correction.
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: One Final Note
*UPDATE Employee: Not True My Friend
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Paul
*UPDATE Employee: 287
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: The Truth on FFG
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Don't Wprk For MetroBrokers Realty
*General Comment: Are you Serious?
*UPDATE Employee: Rebuttal
*UPDATE Employee: RM/AM
*Author of original report: Class Action
*UPDATE Employee: Come to Work With Us! ,Where thousands of employees are quite happy with their job!!!
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Agree with FriscoDisco
*UPDATE Employee: Point by Point Rebuttal
*Consumer Comment: Responding to Ms Macneil (talljewels)
*UPDATE Employee: Definately Not a Pyramid
*UPDATE Employee: Federal Financial Group is NOT a scam
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Federal Financial Group is a scam. Federal Financial Group is a pyramid scheme. Rick Dixon has gotten into trouble before operating a similar pyramid scheme called World Financial Group. He also uses top notch, very expensive Reputation software to prevent the truth from being written on the web. Thank goodness for forums like these.
I have lost months of my life, many - many fees & hours memorizing a script. When I got over all of the hurdles, there was no money. The top tier officials are making money from the pyramid scam ... your recruitment fees. And if you research long and hard (like I did), you will find the "managers" are employed elsewhere (in my case, AXA). That is how they survive. FFG is a part time gig - all of this, is undisclosed of course.
Trust me - & run! I wish someone had done this for me. Or that someone had posted about the pyramid scam. The trick is that nobody is getting past the script to find out. Well, I did. I got past the script and I am telling you, this is an MLM/pyramid design and the only way to make money is off management fees.
I signed up on this forum to try and help the community. Again, Federal Financial Group is a pyramid scam. Federal Financial Group is illegally taking recruitment fees and there are attorneys looking into this... including the Federal Trade Commission. I know because I checked. It will only be a matter of time before they are stopped and shut down.
Rick Dixon's real reputation can be found under searches for World Financial Group. I repeat: Federal Financial Group is a pyramid scam. Keep your money and run.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/13/2011 11:36 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Federal-Financial-Group-Rick-Dixon/Draper-Utah-/Federal-Financial-Group-Rick-Dixon-World-Financial-Group-FFG-FFG2-Pyramid-Scam-They-808738. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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