• Report: #109993

Complaint Review: Rich Dad - Poor Dad - PEI

  • Submitted: Fri, September 24, 2004
  • Updated: Mon, March 05, 2012

  • Reported By:Willington Connecticut
Rich Dad - Poor Dad - PEI
1269 North WoodDale Rd WoodDale, Illinois U.S.A.

Rich Dad/Poor Dad - PEI ripoff WoodDale Illinois

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Rich Dad PEI

*Consumer Comment: RDPD rip off

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: When it sounds 2 good to be true guess what

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: When it sounds 2 good to be true guess what

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: When it sounds 2 good to be true guess what

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: When it sounds 2 good to be true guess what

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Ordered the RichDad PoorDad series from infomercial. Received the information, took time to examine it. Found it did not supply any of the information that was described on the infomercial.

Went through the return process. Sent the package via USPS, took three days for it to be delivered, and then another 10 days for them to acknowledge receipt. During that time, another charge was placed on my account.

When I called to complain, they said that the charge would be credited, but took three more calls to get them to do it.

Mr. Kiyosaki's "secret method" is to pay all your bills off, and then use your disposable income to buy real estate rental properties. Anyone reading this now has the knowledge that they're trying to sell you for $400.00.

Major Rip-off. PEI is obviously in scam business. Anything with their name on it should be avoided like the plague.

Richard
Willington, Connecticut
U.S.A.

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#1 UPDATE EX-employee responds

Rich Dad PEI

AUTHOR: arb275 - (United States of America)

I am an ex-employee of PEI and have worked with the Rich Dad company for many years.  In most cases the information that is provided with ANY type of program can usually be found for free at any local library or perhaps an extensive online search.

Paying someone that has brought it all together in one location can be a benefit.  I have found, for the most part, the people that complain about paying for legitimate programs such as this haven't accomplished much in the way of financial independence.

Most of these people feel like if they spend $400 on a program or even $10 on a program then it needs to provide them Millions of dollars in cash flow with out doing much work.  If you are not willing to put forth 15-20 hours a week, every week, for years on end until you meet your goals then don't waste your money.

If on the other hand you want to use something like this to step up your game then I suggest moving forward.  As I have said before I am an ex-employee of PEI and I have seen the benefits of the coaching programs.  In fact I didn't pay $400 for my program, I paid $8000. 

The reason I am now an ex-employee is because I am now a full time investor and don't need to have a full time job.  I made my $8000 back on my very first deal.  Yes I could of done it with out Rich Dad Coaching however it would of taken me a LOT longer to get where I wanted to go, and I am positive I would have made many more mistakes.

I like having good honest investors on my team to help out.  Even though I am no longer in the Rich Dad Coaching program I continue to keep in touch with my coach as part of my team.

Decide if you want to find the info on your own and commit to doing it, or pay someone to help you get there a little quicker. 
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RDPD rip off

AUTHOR: WP - (United States of America)

Some of the comments that Kyosaki makes during
interviews which you can see for free on the internet are interesting
things to ponder. You can even incorporate some of those ideas into
your own wealth building. Don't be the fool that buys
the snake oil. His free, searchable interviews contain the ounce of
wisdom that he has to offer. There is no further substance to the cds
and the books. I find his "Tigrent" company to be predatory in nature
to part fools from their money. Beware. don't fall for it.  I say this because people looking to improve their financial status attend a $200 seminar.  These are very hard sell and of little educational substance.  Its a sales pitch in order for you to pay a huge fee for the "education".  All Tigrent can teach is the hard sell and unethical money harvesting from vulnerable people who can't afford to forfeit the fee to enrich Tigrent.   Buyer beware.
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#3 REBUTTAL Individual responds

When it sounds 2 good to be true guess what

AUTHOR: My 2 Cents - (U.S.A.)

If it sounds to good to be true don't bother wasting your time.....

I call them idiotmercials cause they are just that!
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#4 REBUTTAL Individual responds

When it sounds 2 good to be true guess what

AUTHOR: My 2 Cents - (U.S.A.)

If it sounds to good to be true don't bother wasting your time.....

I call them idiotmercials cause they are just that!
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#5 REBUTTAL Individual responds

When it sounds 2 good to be true guess what

AUTHOR: My 2 Cents - (U.S.A.)

If it sounds to good to be true don't bother wasting your time.....

I call them idiotmercials cause they are just that!
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#6 REBUTTAL Individual responds

When it sounds 2 good to be true guess what

AUTHOR: My 2 Cents - (U.S.A.)

If it sounds to good to be true don't bother wasting your time.....

I call them idiotmercials cause they are just that!
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