Complaint Review: The Coaching Department
The Coaching Department Ken Sonnenberg Mislead me into purchasing Coaching for a program they were not affiliated with. Orem, Utah
*General Comment: Take action against these con artists
I told him I would be interested in that and he then proceeded to interview me and prospect me. I felt pressured as he told me if I was not committed 100% he wouldnt work with me, so I didnt feel like I could ask a lot of questions. He then asked for my credit card details. Before I gave him my details I verified with him that he was from Commission Cash Code and that the training I would be receiving would be to build my CCC business which he confirmed. I then proceeded. I then received an email with a contact attached and was prompted to quickly sign that. I didnt even get time to read the contract as he was very pushy. After I signed the contract he basically hung up on me.
I felt violated and became very emotionally distraut. I then emailed Commission Cash Code to tell them that I felt I had just been scammed into purchasing some coaching but to this date have never received a reply. I then called my bank to ask if they could stop the payment which they could not because I have this person my credit card details. A few days later I still hadnt received a receipt of my payment of $999 or a copy of the contract. I received a call from the coaching department to book in my first coaching session with Cameron. When Cameron called me, I asked him if he was affiliated with CCC which he would not give me a straight answer. I received 2 or 3 coaching sessions from cameron before I realised he was not affilated with Commission Cash Code so I then started to send email requests to the Coaching Department asking them to cancel my account.
I got a call from Scott Shultz who told me that I had missed the cancellation window which was three days and that it was stated in the contract. I have been through the online contract that they sent me and cannot see anything relating to cancellations. I am now being harassed by the Monetery Financial Services to pay the remaining of the $3164.39 which would come off my credit card in $130 payments. I have cancelled my credit card so they can no longer do this but have now been threatened that Monetery Financial Services will hand the matter over to a debt collection agency. I am no longer receiving coaching and only received 4 calls but they will not cancel my account but have marked it as my coaching is complete. I still to this date have not received a receipt of my first payment of $999 or a copy of the signed contract.
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