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Complaint Review: Summit Consulting - PMI - Online Supplier Coaching - American Fork Utah

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I recently worked for this company and I saw them plastered all over this site so I thought I would give a little insight to everyone. When I started with Summit Consulting they told me I would be selling usefull coaching to people who wanted to start a business. The first thing they trained me on though was not to use Summit Consulting's name ever when talking to a client. The reason..."We have a horrible rating with the BBB, we have that because we are dealing with thousands of dollers and sometimes people get pissed there is nothing we can do about that". I bought into it not realizing the BBB has complaint resolution procedures which Summit doesnt care for to much. Then I was told I was qualifying people for the program although we had 5 (or so depending on script) steps to qualify, it really only took on your credit cards. I was constantly told "thats all that matters" "find out if they got money and get them to the "executive" to close the deal. Here is how it basically works. You call Online Supplier, Auctions for Income, PMI whatever. now no one makes money buying these by themselves the real money comes in with the Coaches. So these companies Sell your info to companies like Summit to sell you a coach. Now the pitch is supposed to be set for around 7k but they will usually "work something out" if you are serious for less. but even for 7k you really dont get much (see other reports for details) and the reason that is done is simple...Huge Commission checks. Generally 2k is split between the Qualifier and the closer on a 7k deal. Now that is not even counting what the owners of summit rake in, now I dont know what that is but they all drive beamers and have 6000sf homes. Now these companies (Online supplier, PMI. ETC.) will give you the number to summit trying to get you to call the coaching dept. Most of the numbers go right to summit and that is why when you call they say "corporate Offices" instead of what you thought you were calling. they will also fill you full of bull like "out of respect to your spouse we would like to talk to both of you" all they are doing is taking excuses away from you. Most people say let us talk it over and call you back after a pitch, if you are both on the line you cant say that right? they just pressure yopu both into it. I hope this has been some help, look if it looks to good to be true yadda yadda yadda. Mike Orem, Utah

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#5 Consumer Suggestion

Mike Evans Is The Poster Child Of The Serious Reprocussions Of Incest.

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

POSTED: Friday, April 01, 2005

Hey there Everyone,

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

Colton is full of $h!t!

Hey Colon, I would strongly suggest, that you participate in my anti-incest counseling via telephone "mentoring" program.

From what I understand, incest often causes major deformity and or familial dysfunction.

Mike Evans from the fraudulent John Beck Mentoring Institute is the poster child on this subject and should be used to discourage this unaceptable taboo.

Mike Evans from the fraudulent John Beck Mentoring Institute is just one of my many "success stories." Don't believe me? Feel free to contact Mike Evans personally and inquire at 1 888 857-6731.

Hey Mike Evans, have you reported me for harassment yet, for simply asking you questions over the telephone, which you could not answer? Did I make you feel uncomfortable? LMFAO.

Why haven't you reported me to the FBI? Are you afraid of the FBI picking up on your fraudulent activities, and possibly opening up a huge investigation? LMFAO.

Take your recording of our heated discussion and shove it way up there, so that your daddy can no longer insert foriegn objects! LMFAO.

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

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#4 Consumer Suggestion

You have to be on drugs to steal from people day in and day out like this. It's no different that being a w***e.

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

POSTED: Thursday, March 31, 2005

What kind of person can talk a single mom with 2 small children out of her last few dollars? What does it take to convince her to max out her credit card on some phony business?

Common sense tells the crook that maybe the woman will lose what little she has now. She might even get evicted from her home when she is unable to pay both the credit card and the rent.

What will happen to her children? A little girl? Will they have to go without Christmas? How about toys? What about clothes and even food? All because some god d**n fraud needs to rent a hooker to get laid.

Normal people have limits. They won't do this. It takes drug addicts and people who have been abused since childhood to rip off others like this.

The people that run these scams are pathetic. Someone should put them out of their misery.

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#3 UPDATE EX-employee responds

The earlier statement seems consistant with my experiance.

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

POSTED: Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Colton responded to the earlier statement by just playing a smear campaign. All the statements given seem to be accurate. I know I split 2k on a 7k deal.

I was told not to use Summit's name beacuse of the BBB rating, I even remember being forced to work over 40 hrs a week when sales were down, and the base pay (minnimum wage) didnt cover overtime.

Travis called us in to tell us he was sick of not making money (try working for yourself Travis) so if we didnt make a sale we were just screwed.

I know parked outside of Summit are some Nice cars, Beamers, Caddilacs, 2 Jaguars. Fact is Summit racks in a lot of peoples hard earned cash with strong arm and dishonest tactics.

We were always told to wrench on peoples pain (too much debt,no retirement,and even told to make people feel stupid "your the one who wants to make millions from a 5 dollar program" I left Summit because I felt dishonest trying to take peoples money like that; however I was told three times by "managers" that I would always have a job back there again.

Colton How about instead of trying to smear posters as drug addicts try answering the claims. It would interest me (and other readers) if what was said is true, whether or not he used drugs.

Also what makes you sure Mike from Orem is the drug addict, I knew a Mike, he certainly wasnt an addict.

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#2 REBUTTAL Owner of company


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

POSTED: Wednesday, January 19, 2005

MIke, was an employee of Summit consulting for a short time. During that time he constantly showed up for work with blood shot eyes. We suspected he used and possibly dealt the drug oxycontin on our floor. We have a "no tolerance" drug policy. We informed him of this policy and that we were going to test him for drugs, he left the company that day. He is a disgruntled employee, that is all. We have many success stories from our clients who choose to work hard.

Sincerely, Colton Moody

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#1 Author of original report

I meant to write AUI (Auctions for Income)

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

POSTED: Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Sorry in my report I listed PMI as a company that sells get rich quick programs. I meant to write AUI (Auctions for Income) sorry for any confusion

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