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Real Estate Guru Scam Hunter
Accurate Reviews of the Real Estate Gurus
Their seminars, boot camps & courses
scam Slang n.
"A fraudulent business scheme; a swindle. To include misleading, misdirected or exaggerated
claims in advertising. A ploy by a shyster to raise money. A deception practiced in order to
secure unfair or unlawful gain. Any act, expression, omission, or concealment that deceives
another to his or her disadvantage"
That is an accurate definition of a scam. The question is: does it apply to any of the
real estate gurus and their offerings? Here you will find the results of solid research. We report,
NOTE: Some of the "gurus" reviewed here are out of business, or have been nailed by the Federal Trade Commission for
unfair or misleading practices. We are sure that others are likely to follow. We list them here because people still search for them, so we
provide an accurate review. But some real estate investing courses are rather good. One is excellent.
Again, we report - you decide.
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customer reports and complaints and our own personal review of their offerings.
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