my husband and I were looking for a way to make extra money and signed up with the summit Group last year, it all sounded good, 1 year later and $25.000.00 in debt on top of our other bills, we're looking at filing bankrupcy or getting 2nd jobs.
Clay Taylor and Tyler at the Summit Group, promised that we would be making an extra $75.00.00 a year if we invested nearly $17.000.00 which we did, on 2 major credit cards.
We got calls from an instructor, to help build this magical website, and this ebay store that were going to make all this income for us. the instructor was horrible, rude and rushed, Summit Group ended up going with another group called Thrive, they were nice, but couldn't even log on to the website we were trying to build, their technical support was horrible, we had to get a friend come over to our house and talk to them, about a problem we were having with our site disappearing.
There were alot of hidden charges that were never discussed, the instructors kept telling us we needed to use all these different tools for our website, but none of if was free, and none of it was covered in the initial $17.000.00, my husband did manage to get some of our money back, but 1 year later, we have no website and the ebay store was a waste of time.
Summing all of this up, do not sign up with these people, they take your money and promise you all this income, but they don't back it up. we are in a financial mess now, and don't know how we are going to get out of it, we are both 50 years old, and any thought of early retirement just went out of the window.
We are now looking at hiring someone to launch a website for us, (more money), to see if we can recoup any of it, but as it stands right now, we are writing all of the money we invested in the Summit Group last year, as a dead loss.