This company has several reports, that are not good. I called them and spoke to Gillian and like the rest they give you a spill of how you can make at least $2,000.00 on each deed sold. The only thing you have to do is give them your checking account information and they will take $89.00 from your account and send you a software disk with all the information that you need to get started.
What I did was told them I did not have a checking account, so they gave me their address to send a money order to. My mind kept saying "CHECK THIS d**n THING OUT, IF IT SOUNDS TO GOOD TO BE TRUE, MOST LIKELY IT IS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE". So I called the better business bureau and they did not have anything. Which is very funny to me. But I also got on RIPOFF Report.com and POW!!!! There was the kicker..... How right I was about this company. I also called the company to ask for a supervisor regarding their scam. Pita one of their workers who claims that she has been with the company for two years stated that she never heard that the company was a SCAM. She put me on hold for a minute then comes back and says that all supervisors are gone.
I even ask her if they have camaras throughout the building, she said NO, And ask for my number to have a supervisor call me. I told her that I contacted my local paper and informed them that this is indeed a SCAM. The paper said that they are taking the ad out of the paper. She (Pita) along with the rest gives me this FBAA web site address. I did not even bother to go to it. Please people stop giving out your personal information to these people. They want your credit cards, your checking account information and last but not least your savings account info. Its sad that people are so high strung on money that they will take from the less wealthy to become rich. Please be careful on the internet as well as on the telephone. Hope this helps.