- Report: #165324
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Complaint Review: Jeff Paul
Jeff Paul7030 Hayvenhurst Ave, Van Nuys, CA 91406 Van Nuys, California United States of America
Jeff Paul Package lacked promised materials, links were dead, one book was made of random pages of other package books. Van Nuys California
*Consumer Comment: PLAYING PRINTER NOW KARL?
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At best Jeff Paul's approach will appeal to people of his ilk, those who are willing promise an invitation to independence yet deliver no guidance.
Soon after receiving Jeff's package I received a call from Michael trying to bait me, for $3000, for what I felt I had already paid $7.99 for when I ordered "Kitchen Table Millionaires Club" .
After giving him a sad story of how poor and destitute I was and that I had no credit cards, he quickly determined I was a waste of his time. But, he said, " here is the number of our support group that will give you the support you will need to build your business."
I called the number that Michael gave me only to learn it was Jeff Pauls customer service #. After asking telling the woman who answered I was missing an audio tape and two books and one book was so garbled that it made no sense she told me the package had been revised, that the audio was no longer available and the missing books were compiled into another book. The book it was suppose to be compiled into was "printers garbage" and the very first book on "getting started" was not available because it was suppose to have been in the booklet from hell. She seemed as frustrated as I was but did the best she could.
Now an update: Business In A Box......the same non-informative book in the pack I bought, is being advertised and sold in an email spam messaging campaign by none other than Jeff Paul and Shawn Casey. I just happened onto this in a junk email folder on "hotmail.com" when "Business In A Box" caught my eye. There are all sorts of free downloads on the site but the dialog is almost the same as the dialog in the Jeff Paul CD I received with my package.
The last part of the Jeff Paul issue is he has a new infomercial in which he states that this "is not an ad placing program". Unless he has completely changed his material and his marketing format this is an out and out misrepresentation because he has previously said that Internet Advertising was for kids and really down played it. In his program ad placing is the crux of his system.
I could go on about this guy but until he is really ready to "Spill The Beans" he should be avoided. I would actually like to see him and others selling "millionaire products" hit with a class action suit and stricter enforcements placed on the contents of this type of material.
But there is an up side to Jeffs marketing advice and that is " Its not the value of the product, its how you advertise the product to make it valuable. And something else I have learned from experience: Any e-Book, infomertial you buy will always be an advertisement for more products.
Jeff Pauls address is not Van Nuys, CA. I have seen it somewhere while investigating him but I don't have it now. It is the north-central area like Indiana or Illinoise.
Jerry Raleigh, North Carolina
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/20/2005 07:45 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Jeff-Paul/Van-Nuys-California-91406/Jeff-Paul-Package-lacked-promised-materials-links-were-dead-one-book-was-made-of-random-165324. 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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