- Report: #134015
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: PMI, NMR, The Summit Group
PMI, NMR, The Summit Group754 E. Technology Ave. Orem, Utah United States of America
PMI, NMR, The Summit Group, Diverse Equities Former employee, coaching ripoff, Orem Utah
*UPDATE ..Ripoff Report REVIEW - PMI - Ripoff Report gives PMI a positive rating after Professional Marketing International declared its goal to achieve total customer satisfaction & excellent customer service - PMI claimed & continues to demonstrate its sincere desire to clear up any unresolved matters & safeguard against similar issues in the future. We discovered many complaints filed against PMI were meant for another company with a similar name.
*Consumer Comment: Please explain CONNECTION between Diverse Equities / iMergent / Summit Group
*UPDATE Employee: ForeclosureS.com has NO affiliation to PMG or its aliases
*Consumer Comment: I have been ripped off by Summit-Foreclosure World-NMR
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Update on my first report its pointless and a waste of time and energy."
*Consumer Comment: I'm still here PMG!!! Probable Identity Theft!!! These companies have used layer upon layer upon layer of "business entities" to try to protect themselves.
I started of closing sales for the real estate coaching. At first I was a believer in what I was doing. After I purchased the coaching myself (at a much lower price) I realized what a ripoff it was to those paying thousands of dollars for this "product".
I want to give a brief desciption of how the whole process works. First the victim buys a real estate training program off the TV or Internet. Ususally this is a low cost item or even a free item. All this is intended to do, is to generate a lead. Once a lead is generated, then it goes to one of the sales floors. At that point a screener calls the lead to find out if the lead is qualified. They ask a series of questions to determine the finacial status of the individual. This is done for two reasons. The first reason is to see if they have enough money to make the sale. The second reason is to determine how much they should charge for their product. If the lead is qualified, then it goes to the closer. At that point the closer spends 30 to 60 minutes closing the deal.
The owners of the company I worked for (Mark Tapp and Dustin Garr) also started selling their own real estate training program with NMR doing the coaching. They hired almost exclusivley from the halfway house in Kansas City. The people buying Dustin and Mark's coarse were giving their credit card numbers to people still in prison.
The owners of these companies are the people that belong in prison. Some of my ex-con coworkers had more integrity the the owners of Diverse Equities. These guys are con-artists, plain and simple.
If you want to get started in real estate or an internet business, go to the the local library. All the information that you would pay thousands of dollars for, is all there for free.
I apologize to all the people that I sold coaching to. I feel horrible that I worked for such a dishonest company. I do have more information and people willing to testify if anyone is interested in pursuing these companies legally.
Brent Kansas City, Missouri
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/07/2005 07:53 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/PMI-NMR-The-Summit-Group/Orem-Utah/PMI-NMR-The-Summit-Group-Diverse-Equities-Former-employee-coaching-ripoff-Orem-UtahU-134015. 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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