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Complaint Review: Summit Consulting, -Theo Hansson Coaching, -PMI Coaching - NMR Coaching

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  • Submitted: Fri, February 25, 2005
  • Updated: Wed, November 09, 2005

  • Reported By:Greensboro North Carolina
Summit Consulting, -Theo Hansson Coaching, -PMI Coaching - NMR Coaching
947 South 500 East Suite 110 American Fork, Utah U.S.A.

Summit Consulting - Theo Hansson Coaching - PMI Coaching - NMR Coaching - Online Supplier - Auctions For Income - Bright Builders - Links For Trade ripoff - Summit Consulting - Colton Moody - Jim Cochran - Erik Largin all say the have success stories but offer no proof ripoff American Fork Utah
*UPDATE.. Rip-off Report Investigation: NMR - National Marketing Resource to go beyond the call of good customer service. NMR wants to make sure everyone is 100% satisfied, Communication & resolution with those consumers helps to better our entire fulfillment structure. improvements and modifications NMR has made to better service its customers: NMR always making changes for the better.

*Author of original report: Colton Moody -Jim Cochran Summit Consulting- busted again

*Consumer Suggestion: My Challenge To Colon.

*Consumer Suggestion: FTC Requirement when researching AFI, NMR, PMI, Summit Consulting, America's Note Network

*Consumer Suggestion: My Open Challenge. Unproven Summit Consulting Is A Scam!

*Consumer Suggestion: Just Another Scam Out Of The Scam Capitol!

*Consumer Suggestion: This Business Has Scam Written All Over It!

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: signing out I hope Reid finds a business that works for him in the future

*Consumer Comment: FYI North Carolina ?This will just add one more illegal act.

*Consumer Suggestion: The Reputation Of Fraudulent Businesses Speak For Themselves.

*Consumer Suggestion: Who's The Real Loser?

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: loser - In business not everyone is successful, however, many are.

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I received my refund from IDI because their name was on my credit card statement, I was not getting anywhere - all Summit did was stone wall, strong arm sales, rude, argue, a company that appeared not to communicate between departments or between affiliate companies providing service. IDI gets all the credit for providing refund. Summit wasn't even aware that I had received a refund.

Two weeks after I received my refund I received a letter from Summit that I was to sign releasing Summit & all affiliates and upon their receipt of this signed letter, they would then send me a refund. One last attempt to say sign this or we won't give you your money back. I filed a lengthy report of my experience. Jim & Erik were none to happy about it either, calling to provide added pressure, harrassment & threats over the phone. Unbelievable -- anyway --

The main reason I am writing today is I read a small rebuttle (on someone elses report) by Colton Moody that stated they have many success stories from those that chose to work hard.

That is really funny. When I asked Jim to provide some of these success stories, he replied, " We don't do that. "

According to FTC regulations, when a consumer is contacted with a sales pitch, the seller is to provide at least 10 customer names (with addresses and phone numbers) that live closest to the newly contacted consumer so that the consumer can actually follow up & interview these contacts before making a commitment & finalizing a sale.

Summit Consulting didn't do that for me. They didn't even identify themselves. They presented themselves as Auctions for Income Success Team, so we thought we were talking to the folks at Auctions for Income - NOT TRUE !!!! They promoted IDI as it had a satisfactory rating with the BBB but didn't tell me they/Summit had an UNSATISFACTORY rating with the BBB.

Long story short - they made outragous earnings claims, investment would be recouped in 30 days. After the sale all I heard was how my losses would be a tax advantage. Talk about opposites. Subjected to multiple sales tactics. The initial investment didn't cover everyhting like they said & promised. Too many discrepancies and hidden costs. Attorney's office said this company appears to participate in unfair trade practices.

My story is all too similar to many others that have reported Auctions for Income, The Summit Group/Summit Consulting, The Tax Club, Stores Online, Online Supplier, Professional Consulting Services, PMI Coaching, NMR Coaching, Bright Builders, Quicksite Builder, Links 4 Trade, etc., a lot of different names, some are the same companies under new names, sometimes keep the business name but move to different suites, cities, and states.

If anyone asks you for hundreds &/or thousands ? easy answer = NO.

I read another report that said IDI no longer does business with Summit Consulting. Who is the computer system software provider then? Who ownes the Quicksite Builder or Bright Builder software and backs up the computer services? Is it Online Supplier which is NeWave which is still IDI???? Is it Stores Online??? All have been or still do business via Professional Consulting Services or PMI Coaching or NMR Coaching. PMI & NMR sites sell Stores Online banners.

Still so many questions??????
Consumers beware !!!!!

FYI
Greensboro, North Carolina
U.S.A.

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#1 Author of original report

Colton Moody -Jim Cochran Summit Consulting- busted again

AUTHOR: Fyi - (U.S.A.)

What did I tell you Colton?

No matter what name you try to hide behind you WILL be found out.



Up to your old swith-a-roo, change-a-roo tactics I see.



Taking a break from Auctions for Income / Quicksite.

Making new rip-off reports under:

Foreclosure World

Government Grants Service

BrightBuilders

OnlineSupplier.com



Instead of using your real business name: Summit Consulting

You've been telling consumers you're:

Action Line

Summit Group Internet Coaching

Still using Success Team I see



For a while you were hiding behind:

Auctions for Income Success Team, the Summit Group and

IDI / Internet Development / idiglobal.com



Now you want to direct consumers to look at BrightBuilders BBB report instead of IDI's BBB report. Why don't you have them look up your business name - Summit Consulting - oh, that's right, you have an UNSATISFACTORY rating?



Amazing how you come up with other names to try to stay hidden, it's NOT WORKING.



I can understand why IDI doesn't want you using their name in your sales tactic. Currently they still have a satisfactory BBB rating and the more people know they are supplying service the more people will go to them for refunds. They don't want that now do they? A very SAD attempt to stay hidden as well.



partial BBB disclaimer

companies placing government grant ads have no affiliation with the government, but, are third parties offering information that can often be obtained for FREE from government agencies.

Full Disclaimer can be read at the bottom of Summit Consulting BBB report at:

http://www.saltlakecity.bbb.org/commonreport.html?bid=13002802
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

My Challenge To Colon.

AUTHOR: Reid - (U.S.A.)

Hey there Everyone,



I hope that this rebuttal finds you in good spirits and health.



Say Colon, why don't you take me up on my offer, and find me a beautiful home in my area? I'd be willing to pay you 10 times the amount of the purchase price.



A FEW CRITERIA'S APPLY TO THIS OFFER:



1. Home must be in standard living condition.



2. Home must also be absolutely "FREE AND CLEAR" of all leins, encumbrances, and any right of redemptions.



3. The cost of the home shall not exceed $1000.00. This should not be a problem for any legitimate Real Estate training company, because according to their sales pitches and claims, there's an absolute abundance of these homes.



Think about it Colon! Possibly up to $9,000.00 profit on each and every home. More than the amount of "available credit" most people have on their credit cards. LMAO at Colon.



No legitimate Real Estate "mentoring" program would even consider turning down this offer. This is way to easy of a task for any legitimate Real Estate "mentoring" program to walk away from.



Until next time, take care Everyone cause I care, Aloha from Hawaii and God Bless.
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

FTC Requirement when researching AFI, NMR, PMI, Summit Consulting, America's Note Network

AUTHOR: Fyi - (U.S.A.)

To: Al - Spirit Lake, Iowa

Hi -

Go to bbb.org website: http://search.bbb.org/search.html, type in America's Note Network in the name box, hit search. This is where I found the info the first time. Something similar is listed on the Auctions for Income, AZ report. When I was researching the AFI in Chino CA it had an UNSATISFACTORY listing but the AZ was new at the time. I just checked and the AZ is now listed as UNSATISFACTORY and the CA location has an F rating as CA BBB has changed their reporting standard. Either way it isn't good.



Scroll down on the America's Note Network report and take a look at: Licensing, Additional Business Names, phone numbers, addresses, company management, & EDUCATIONAL COMMENTS. All comments are important but to answer your question, look at the 4th * paragraph. Check with your own state: most states require telemarketers to be registered in the state they are selling in. So if they are based in UT and calling any other state, if the other state requires them to be registered and they are not, that too is a violation.



I found the FTC requirement while researching AFI/NMR. I printed out everything I found. It became my personal education & proof of how a real business is to operate and what the FTC considers scams or scam tactics/operations & Fraud.



When they called they told me they were Auctions for Income Success Team, then when I found undisclosed info/expenses and inquired who they were and how they were connected to AFI they told me they were The Summit Group, couldn't find any BBB info under that name but further research disclosed them as Summit Consulting = UNSATISFACTORY BBB rating. I think that spells LOSER appropriately. If they were above board they wouldn't be hiding behind other names so one must ask; what is this company hiding from & why? I would say they are hiding from consumer's opportunity to see who they really are, from consumers finding ripoff reports and UNSATISFACTORY BBB reports. At time of sale they hid behind IDI and IDI's BBB report, not disclosing who they truly were. It is fraudulent to let people think they are doing business with one company when in fact they are made up of several companies. I've read reports where they have tried to deny refunds saying that a company that is contracted for one or more services does not give refunds. You don't get that information when they are making the sale. They pressure sell, and sell even harder when you want out.



Summit uses NMR/PMI as their mentors (PMI = UNSATISFACTORY rating, they use the same phone numbers and web sites. nmrcoaching.com is the same as pmicoaching.com. On the front web page they deal with real estate which turned out to be America's Note Network = UNSATISFACTORY rating at the time of my research. Inside their pages their web pages they sell StoresOnline banners.



Colton Moody wants to name call - loser as he put it once again you prove to everyone that the customer will never be right. Not everyone makes it through you because not everyone gets proper service. When they become aware of all the undisclosed/hidden costs of product, service, and renewal expenses as they work through your program and want out of your program; because they can get the info for free via internet and can get services for a fraction of the cost you charged them, they get out & Request a refund. Then you hide behind the ridiculous 3 day right to rescind, which is only there for persons who feel they made a bad decision and regret/change their mind before receiving anything. Some have cancelled within the 3 days and still have difficulty getting their refunds. The rest are disputing what was sold vs. what they received including what wasn't disclosed. I won !!! - I did get all my money back thanks to purchasing the ripoff report book, thanks to me for going directly to IDI and not putting up with Summit, thanks to me for all the months of research I did - reading countless reports here & researching BBB info for Internet Treasure Chest, StoresOnline, Auctions for Income, PCS Professional Consulting Services, Marketing Solutions International, Genesis Media, Consolidated Marketing Group, OnlineSupplier, Motivational Fulfillment & Packaging Services, Quetico, Quatico, The Tax Club, IDI - Internet Development Inc, idiglobal.com, Summit Consulting as well as researching all of their DBA names etc.), & thanks to IDI for refunding all of my money, no thanks appropriate for Summit Consulting. Most have BBB reports and some are not members of the BBB but the BBB has reports if consumers are reporting them. Some have reports filed on ripoff & other consumer complaint sites.. Reading and comparing information you will see how many of the businesses are involved with each other. Matching information from ripoff reports to your own experience gives legal substance to your own claim. Keep reading, watching, & filing reports. As soon as enough dirt is dug up and enough reports are filed the legal authorities will take action just like they did against Internet Treasure Chest & StoresOnline & others. AFI's business practice is very similar to Interent Treasure Chest. Once people have taken the bait, then they get follow up calls from PCS or Summit or someother mentor company and told that the secret to success is through them for thousands of dollars. SAD



Colton Moody claims to know John Beck - well I guess you can judge by the company one keeps. He also said, but I will not undignified myself with further responses as shown above in his comments. You've done a find job showing your lack of dignity all by yourself by how you do business as proven by the countless people that have reported your business. I'm sure you enjoy your UNSATISFACTORY rating. I wish you would have let me know about it at time of sale. Ah but you were hiding out ! You've been found out, no more hiding behind AFI, IDI and you may try to hide behind some other business name but eventually at the cost of unsuspecting consumers you will be exposed again.



There is a lot of info on these boards about Beck, you will have to invest your time and do the reading research. When you type in John Beck (there are 4 pages of reports, actually more because many people tag on to other reports rather than filing their own) or type in Mentoring of America, Mentoring Institute of America, Amazing Profits --- LOOK at all the different business names, package name, addresses, phone numbers of the reports, use that to do more internet, yellow pages & BBB research.



My advice remains the same: When people you don't know, call you requesting you give them hundreds or thousands of your hard earned income = easy answer = NO. You don't know who they are, you can't drive down the street o speak with them face to face, they can't/won't back up their outrageous claims of fortune = scam based on FTC guidelines. If some people actually become successful with these, well great, more power to them, but to me they are asking you to play the lottery for big bucks. Lottery based because only the smallest percentage of people get to be successful to feed their infomercials, (some reports have claimed that the successful people are insiders, they work within these companies ) the rest just get to lose their money and make them rich. Some fight hard to get their money back and don't, others manage to get some kind of a refund, some 100% of their money is refunded but not unless they spend the research time, file countless reports online, & with local, state, & federal agencies.



I've heard radio commercials, part of the script says you can earn money while sitting at home in your underwear. I forget which report I read but the FTC stopped one of them from using that and other misleading claims.



Consumers Beware! Get on your email, ask your friends, families, business acquaintances to: Before you buy anything, locally, e-book, email, internet or TV infomercial purchases: check them out at ripoffreport.com, check if they have a BBB listing. Spend some time here, it is great advice, lots of scam watching & reporting done here. Before you buy anything, research where and who you plan on giving your money to. The FTC has a list of great questions to ask. You won't be sorry you took the precautions.



Research the business phone numbers, addresses. It is amazing what you can find. Type in just the business name and see what comes up. Type in just a phone number or an address. When researching, using one element can turn up interesting results. File your reports, disclose all business names, DBA names, names of the people you have been dealing with, product titles, phone numbers, and fax numbers. File on ripoff, the BBB and any other local, state & federal agency. Many have on-line reports available to fill out. Keep emotion out of it, stick to the facts !!!!! of your experience.



Interested in consumer advocacy, file your reports and let your friend & family know about ripoff, FTC & other sites !!!! Too many scams operations are getting rich off the backs of hard working folks.



Have a great day

FYI
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My Open Challenge. Unproven Summit Consulting Is A Scam!

AUTHOR: Reid - (U.S.A.)

Hey there Everyone,



I hope that this rebuttal finds you in good spirits and heath.



COLTON: I have never spoken to Reid before.

Obviously he didn't have a good experience with Real Estate.



REID: What the f%ck are you talking about Colon?

I am a licenced Real Estate agent, thank you very much. I didn't have a good experience with the scam artist John Beck. Attorney John Beck!



COLTON: The success story I told earlier about Andrew is true. Making money with real estate is not fiction, thousands of individuals do it every day across the country.



REID: Just when I thought you couldn't say anything dumber. There's a lot of money to be made in Real Estate, but that says or proves nothing about your programs.



My success story I told about George Costanza is also very true. Just watch Seinfeld. Don't believe me? How do you think everyone else feels upon reading your ridiculous "success story?"



COLTON: I think he has us confused with somebody, We don't sell John Beck's program. However, I know John Beck, he is a good guy and he is the real deal in regards to tax liens.



REID: John Beck is a f%ck!ng disease and the many unexplained reports agaist his fraudulent company proves it. The fact that you think he's a good guy proves what an idiot you are.



COLTON: I hope Reid finds a business that works for him in the future, but I will not undignify myself with further responses.



REID: You have already undignified yourself, by attempting to smear the truth regarding your fraudulent company with nothing but pure crap.



COLTON: I wish Reid good luck in the future and contrary to your beliefs, you can make plenty of money in Real Estate, just believe in yourself.



REID: There's plenty of money to be made in Real Estate no doubt, you're just not going to obtain any of it through these fraudulent and unproven Real Estate coarses.



As I've stated many times before, there's no such thing as legitimate Real Estate "mentoring" programs.



No established "guru" would ever market his or her "wealth building" stategies to total strangers, as it would make absolutely no sense to do so.



My open challenge below clearly demonstrates just how unproven Real Estate "mentoring" programs are.



MY OPEN CHALLENGE: I challenge "attorney" John Beck in this open forum, to come forward and purchase a tax lein property for me in my state (Hawaii) and on the Island on which I reside (Oahu).



A decent property like the many displayed in his fraudulent Infomercial. A property which is "Free and Clear" of all leins, encumbrances and right of redemption. A property that's under $1,000.00 (as stated in his Infomercial).



This request is very reasonable for an "attorney" who posesses a listing containing "literally thousands" of properties (as stated in his Infomercial) to choose from.



If and when John Beck does, he shall contact me through a rebuttal and I will purchase the property for 10 times the amount.



You heard me correctly! I will purchase the property for 10 times the amount, leaving him with a heafty profit of nine grand. I'm even willing to take back every word I said about him. I'd be willing to forgive and forget.



1. What does he have to lose? Nothing! He only has much to gain. He'll win believers, by proving his programs to be legitimate.



2. Would a retail chain, that makes such bold claims ever let such an opportunity to back up their claims slip away? Never! Let's allow these genetic imbreeds to prove their programs worthless themselves.



3. If "mentoring" programs were legitimate, which they're not, it would make more sense for these imbreeds to purchase the thousands of $300.00-$600.00 homes themselves and resell them to you and I.



Until next time, take care Everyone cause I care, Aloha from Hawaii and God Bless.
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Just Another Scam Out Of The Scam Capitol!

AUTHOR: Reid - (U.S.A.)

Hey there Everyone,



I hope that this rebuttal finds you in good spirits and health.



I don't give a f%ck what anyone says, this company and it's programs are scams! Dont' bother asking me to provide proof of this either, because all I'd say to you is " I don't do that. "



Laughing my a$$ off at this Genetic imbreed from the scam capitol of the world.



Until next time, take care Everyone cause I care Aloha from Hawaii and God Bless.



P.S. Would anyone be interested in my telephone sex "mentoring" program?
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#6 Consumer Suggestion

This Business Has Scam Written All Over It!

AUTHOR: Reid - (U.S.A.)

Hey there Everyone,



I hope that this rebuttal finds you in good spirits and health.



As I've mentioned many times before, there's no such thing as any business/company, or individual selling legitimate "wealth building" knowledge to total strangers.



I am going to save shills from this company trouble from wasting their time posting nonsense rebuttals, as I can literally read their simple minds.



1. Programs are not proven "success systems" which are duplicatable as you suggest in your sales pitches.



2. Advertising is very misleading, sales pitches, "earning potential" and "success stories" are unsubstantiated, unproven and not backed up by anything.



3. Business is located in the scam capitol of the world.



4. Reports here have not been resolved and explained properly for the public to see and will more than likely continue to accumulate, just as any reports regarding a scam would.



5. Owner has come forward to insult someone, while desperately attempting to turn the blame of his scams unsuccess on the victim. Yeeaaah nice! At least we know the scams operation is professional. LOL.



6. Stupid rebuttals are like someone attempting to put out a fire with gasoline.



In closing I would like to say, that we can all expect reports regarding this fraudulent company from Utah, as well as reports from the many other "weath building" programs to accumulate without reasonable explanation.



After all, that's what scams are!



Until next time, take care Everyone cause I care, Aloha from Hawaii and God Bless.
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#7 REBUTTAL Owner of company

signing out I hope Reid finds a business that works for him in the future

AUTHOR: Colton - (U.S.A.)

I have never spoken to Reid before. Obviously he didn't have a good experience with Real Estate. The success story I told earlier about Andrew is true. Making money with real estate is not fiction, thousands of individuals do it every day across the country. I think he has us confused with somebody, We don't sell John Beck's program. However, I know John Beck, he is a good guy and he is the real deal in regards to tax liens. I hope Reid finds a business that works for him in the future, but I will not undignify myself with further responses. I wish Reid good luck in the future and contrary to your beliefs, you can make plenty of money in Real Estate, just believe in yourself.
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#8 Consumer Comment

FYI North Carolina ?This will just add one more illegal act.

AUTHOR: Al - (U.S.A.)

Just curious do you happen to remember what the title and chapter that the FTC regulation, you mentioned in your report was?



This will just add one more illegal act.



I haven't run across this one yet. I am working on my own problems with mentoring of America and John Beck Amazing Profits.
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The Reputation Of Fraudulent Businesses Speak For Themselves.

AUTHOR: Reid - (U.S.A.)

Hey there Everyone,



I hope that this rebuttal finds you in good spirits and health.



Like the thousands of other scams that exist, Colton claims many things, but fails to provide any substantial proof which backs up his claims.



John Beck is a frigin attorney and still scams innocent people out of thousands. Case closed!



Until next time, take care Everyone cause I care, Aloha from Hawaii and God Bless.
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Who's The Real Loser?

AUTHOR: Reid - (U.S.A.)

Hey there Everyone,



I hope that this rebuttal finds you in good spirits and health.



COLTON: As the owner of Summit Consulting, I am well aware of our clients activities. In business not everyone is successful, however, many are.



REID: Many as a result of your program? Can you prove it? How many people have failed as opposed to succeeded using your program?



COLTON: Our programs are no different. We sell Real Estate education programs as well as educational programs to help facilitate an online business.



REID: If your programs are as genuine as you want the public to believe, why in the world are you compelled to sell this magic "wealth building" programs to total strangers?



COLTON: There are many success stories.



REID: Where are the many success stories you speak of?



COLTON: One of my favorites is of a good friend of mine. Andrew Nielson of Orem, Utah was a mechanical engineer for about 10 years before he was laid off. He didn't know what to do, so I told him to get involved with one of our real estate programs. After two years of immersing himself in the program he is doing very well. In 2004 he flipped 13 properties with profits over $130,000, in his first full year of working the foreclosure market. He had no experience in real estate whatsoever, yet he, with the help of our program, has done very well. His goals are much bigger for 2005!!



REID: My story is much better... One day after a long days work, I dropped by a local pub and happened to stumble across a really good friend of mine George Costanza, who told me about a wierd sexual fantasy he had.



His fantasy involved family members. I took George under my wing and enrolled him into my stop weird fantasies "mentoring" program.



Today George Costanza is living somewhere in Utah with his wife and two beautiful daughters and has a good job selling bogus Real Estate programs. He's a very nice guy.



Well obviously! He get's paid a hefty commission by enrolling people into bogus Real Estate programs. His commissions however, are nowhere near what he could possibly make using the programs he shovels. Does this story sound made up? If so, read your stupid rebuttal.



COLTON: There are many others whom do well.



REID: How many people have done well using your program? Can you prove it? How many people have failed as opposed to succeeded using your program? Can you prove it?



COLTON: What it takes is some tenacity and work ethic.



REID: True, however you forgot to mention one thing, a legitimate program would be helpful.



COLTON: If someone has these qualities, we want to provide them with information to get them moving in the right direction.



REID: WHY??? If your programs are legit, why not first help out the ones you love? Why are you shoveling your unproven crap to total strangers? Are you willing to back up your claims and programs?



COLTON: Obviously the person who wrote this report was not successful, not all people can be successful in business, that's just the way it is.



REID: Obviously if this person had been given any useful information, and the information that has been sold to them, he or she may have had a chance of "possibly" becomming successful.



COLTON: Many people are satisfied with our program, some are not.



REID: Where are the many satisfied people? Those in advertisements mean $h!t! Infomercials, magazine spreads, newpapers, etc, etc, mean and prove nothing about a business. Advertisements are PAID for!



COLTON: We try hard to keep our clients satisfied, there are a few who inevitably will not be. That is just the way it is. We deal with the latter group the best we can, including giving additional help and in some cases refunds.



REID: Colton you are a very good science fiction story teller. Your entire rebuttal is unproven, unsubstantiated, and not backed up by anything, just like your programs are.



It's really this simple. Any and all legitimate businesses could and would definitely be willing to come forward in the public eye and prove everything they claim and definitely would not allow any report against them to go unexplained.



Until next time, take care Everyone cause I care, Aloha from Hawaii and God Bless.
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#11 REBUTTAL Owner of company

loser - In business not everyone is successful, however, many are.

AUTHOR: Colton - (U.S.A.)

As the owner of Summit Consulting, I am well aware of our clients activities. In business not everyone is successful, however, many are. Our programs are no different. We sell Real Estate education programs as well as educational programs to help facilitate an online business. There are many success stories. One of my favorites is of a good friend of mine. Andrew Nielson of Orem, Utah was a mechanical engineer for about 10 years before he was laid off. He didn't know what to do, so I told him to get involved with one of our real estate programs. After two years of immersing himself in the program he is doing very well. In 2004 he flipped 13 properties with profits over $130,000, in his first full year of working the foreclosure market. He had no experience in real estate whatsoever, yet he, with the help of our program, has done very well. His goals are much bigger for 2005!! There are many others whom do well. What it takes is some tenacity and work ethic. If someone has these qualities, we want to provide them with information to get them moving in the right direction. Obviously the person who wrote this report was not successful, not all people can be successful in business, that's just the way it is. Many people are satisfied with our program, some are not. We try hard to keep our clients satisfied, there are a few who inevitably will not be. That is just the way it is. We deal with the latter group the best we can, including giving additional help and in some cases refunds.



Sincerely, Colton Moody
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