Stay away from this company - far far away. All Robyn Thompson and her crew are are professional thieves. I requested a refund in writing 4 weeks ago and have heard nothing back from anyone there. I went to her "Junkers to Millions" Bootcamp in November, 2006 in Bristol, CT. She conducts this mult-level marketing scam disguised as a real estate rehab boot camp a few times a year in various locations. It costs $1,995.00. Take your money and use it towards a piece of property or take a legitimate college course.
This is a 5 day event where you learn a little bit about rehabbing and alot about multi level marketing. When she is actually speaking, Robyn has no organization to her program and she is now a full time professional speaker and horse owner. On her website, Robyn holds herself out as "the nation's leading expert" on rehabbing properties after having done allegedly only 250 houses during the last ten years when real estate was appreciating every year. She hires 5-6 other people to come in and sell you their programs which range in price from non-refundable $699.00 to $3,200.00.
When she first presents this boot camp, she tells you she will teach you everything you need to know to start rehabbing and how to protect your assets. You pay months in advance. Then you show up and learn practically nothing about any of it. You simply spend your time istening to many salespeople sell you their programs on marketing, wholesaling, land trusts, asset protection, and oh yes, how to mend your screwed up life.
Her attitude toward what she refers to as her "students" is one of arrogance and "I'm so much better than you." At times, she insults people and acts as though everyone in the audience is in first grade. She spends more time telling you about her personal life and how she went from being a waitress to a millionaire by being the "Queen of Rehab" than she does about real estate. You also get the displeasure of listening to the "King of Cashflow" and the "Goddess of Marketing."
I am stil waiting for someone from the company to contact me regarding my letter of November 8, 2006 wherein I requested a refund. I do not intend to allow them to take my money as they absolutely positively do not even come close to delivering what they say they will.