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Complaint Review: Tom Antion
Tom AntionInternet United States of America
Tom Antion Tom Antion and Associates Total Rip Off and Scam Artist that stole my money and taught me nothing Internet
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: These people have had no personal dealings with me or my company
*Consumer Comment: Tom Antion is The Real Deal Honest & Responds to all emails personally
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: This person has not had any dealings with my company
*UPDATE Employee: Tom Antion has sound advice
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: This report appears to be fake
*Consumer Comment: You have to read this before you buy from this guy...
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Tom Antion is two faced. Criminal type. Back stabbing and very vicious. Dangerous to your bank account and ill intentioned. Major case of Personality type gone wrong
Tom Antions mentor program for Internet marketing sucks!
I joined about a while ago and have had major buyers remorse.
What I have experienced is that Tom knows how to joke around. He can be funny and in that way a fun to talk to.
On the flip side, I have felt more buyers remorse than I have ever felt about a program. Many other people feel this way too that I have contacted personally, but wouldn't dare tell Tom for fear of being kicked out.
This was a odd number of people feeling this way. 20 people I sent emails to or called. It is a crazy mentor relationship when you think of it.
The first week it was great. Tom promises the world then (for whatever reason) he starts to treat you bad. People like this are soooo two faced.
They are not right in the head.
He has your money in contract so you have to jump through hoops to hope to get out if you want. Of course, he preys on stupid people. Tom Antion would tell you it's not possible to have your money back. Well, my lawyer will be coming after him soon. I will sink Tom in his own bull crap. And I plan on getting more people to stand up and take back their money too. It's Not hard because if you make a case its easy to sue for the money you paid and get a full or at least partial return.
I would say, don't join his program unless you are crazy. You would have to be crazy to make such a dump decision. Even if it is "sold" to you like it's not bull crap.
Tom is a used car salesman type, and can get a lot of people to buy into something. Ask for fact's about his results and youll see that 1 out of 100 of his students ever go onto make a good living online. Why? There is a reason he would say against this like people have dumb ideas or make up ratios to prove against it. Or are too early in the program to see real results. But tell me if you can find more than 5 people who are making money via his training who were not before they were sold into his lies, ask for their bank statement because if you can't see that then it is a lie and you would be a fool to believe it!
Tom is very powerful at making people believe a lie. I know because at a live event where Tom was he sold everyone the world and gave us a pile of bull crap.
Things I like about Tom Antion. Used Car Salesman types like Tom are only trying to make a living too, even if it is at the mercy of you and your family.
Don't like: Tom Antion is Two faced. Criminal type. Back stabbing and very vicious, and ill intentioned. RUN RUN RUN
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/05/2010 08:30 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Tom-Antion/internet/Tom-Antion-Tom-Antion-and-Associates-Total-Rip-Off-and-Scam-Artist-that-stole-my-money-and-647941. 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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