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Post by Guest,

2073583106 Idk

Post by you are pathetic,

207-358-3106 What in the world are you talking about - disability?  spending money on line?  How did you come up with these things? As for "not attending", that must also be what you did in spelling class -

Post by Jerad Schmidhammer,

2073583106 Hey call me back some idiot in the house un plugged the phone or hit me up via  [email&#;protected] * *

Post by hammer,

207-358-3106 He said his name was Desmond Sullivan with Vanguard Institute - The other guy was Marcus Thomas - Said he was in West Hollywood,Ca - Trying to find out if it was legit or a scam??

Post by wake up people,

2073583106 Rebecca, i am curious to know what you are talking about when you say " unfair, unethical, immoral, and deceptive practices -"  Please ellaborate  I would also like to know who has been designated to decide what is unfair, unethical, immoral, and deceptive?  Also, how was it that you were scammed?   I bet Vanguard is also the reason that you arent happy with your situation to the point that you are venturing into a venue that you know NOTHING about right?  Keep passing the buck and see if your life gets better

Post by beenthere,

207-358-3106 ROTFLMAO  I knew there had to be SHILLS sent to this site to post their little fairy tales

Post by beenthere,

2073583106 Which Vanguard office do you work out of, John?  San Diego - -or West Hollywood?

Post by beenthere,

207-358-3106 How's a figure like , sound to you???  YES  They are indeed a legitimate business SCAM  They are deceptive liars, vague, misleading, aggressive, pushy, obnoxious, cunning - -any and all names you have can come up with for a salesperson - -THEY ARE  Their game is VOLUME  They charge a LOT of money for what should be a minimum of a -year program and condense it into months and push you through it as fast as they can so they can get the vast amount of new suckers in - -YES, I was one of those SUCKERS  I was so desperate, I wanted to believe them when they said they could help me out of my dire situation and be making up to , a month within -months -  I didn't even CARE if I was only making as little as , a month  I just wanted to be self-sufficient  Yet, months later, I am flat broke and have a home equity loan on my house ON TOP of my mortgage, had a business I was suckered into I couldn't support any longer, had not had ONE sale over those months, pushed away my family and friends to get my "business" going, worked my [***] off - -just to have to close it after less than months  You're asking if someone got ripped off???  YES  Listen to me they are a SCAM

Post by wake up people,

2073583106 Rebecca, i am curious to know what you are talking about when you say " unfair, unethical, immoral, and deceptive practices -"  Please ellaborate  I would also like to know who has been designated to decide what is unfair, unethical, immoral, and deceptive?  Also, how was it that you were scammed?   I bet Vanguard is also the reason that you arent happy with your situation to the point that you are venturing into a venue that you know NOTHING about right?  Keep passing the buck and see if your life gets better

Post by Guest,

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Post by scamer  bs,

2073583106 Eren Soydinc and Desmomd Sullivan (sure false names) - Work for vanguard - Institute  or A another scam -  Try and target -- year olds  " need for more money retirement and all" -  Wanted me to max my -     cc -to buy in - All numbers -given are bogus -  Tell your parents  and grandparents   THIS IS A DANGEROUS  SCAM - - - - -:

Post by Guest,

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Post by wake up people,

2073583106 Rebecca, i am curious to know what you are talking about when you say " unfair, unethical, immoral, and deceptive practices -"  Please ellaborate  I would also like to know who has been designated to decide what is unfair, unethical, immoral, and deceptive?  Also, how was it that you were scammed?   I bet Vanguard is also the reason that you arent happy with your situation to the point that you are venturing into a venue that you know NOTHING about right?  Keep passing the buck and see if your life gets better

Post by singlemomof4,

207-358-3106 I recieved a letter in the mail from Steve  lucas and have been scammed out of money before from these heartless soulless sharks and was interested but also skeptical so I looked him up online and found lots of negative posts and I thank all of you for sharing you have saved my family a lot of grief - God bless

Post by pete,

2073583106 You DON'T even need their lousy little "Advertiser " program to get your own internet business set up  Also, much of it is VERY "old-school" -  There are much better marketing strategies and you'll find those out on your own if you go through their program -  Much of their "help" is no longer available

Post by Guest,

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Post by fred flintstone,

2073583106 Who is going to listen to what barney rubble says? You lost credibility with your bad grammar

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Post by beenthere,

2073583106 How's a figure like , sound to you???  YES  They are indeed a legitimate business SCAM  They are deceptive liars, vague, misleading, aggressive, pushy, obnoxious, cunning - -any and all names you have can come up with for a salesperson - -THEY ARE  Their game is VOLUME  They charge a LOT of money for what should be a minimum of a -year program and condense it into months and push you through it as fast as they can so they can get the vast amount of new suckers in - -YES, I was one of those SUCKERS  I was so desperate, I wanted to believe them when they said they could help me out of my dire situation and be making up to , a month within -months -  I didn't even CARE if I was only making as little as , a month  I just wanted to be self-sufficient  Yet, months later, I am flat broke and have a home equity loan on my house ON TOP of my mortgage, had a business I was suckered into I couldn't support any longer, had not had ONE sale over those months, pushed away my family and friends to get my "business" going, worked my [***] off - -just to have to close it after less than months  You're asking if someone got ripped off???  YES  Listen to me they are a SCAM

Post by beenthere,

207-358-3106 How's a figure like , sound to you???  YES  They are indeed a legitimate business SCAM  They are deceptive liars, vague, misleading, aggressive, pushy, obnoxious, cunning - -any and all names you have can come up with for a salesperson - -THEY ARE  Their game is VOLUME  They charge a LOT of money for what should be a minimum of a -year program and condense it into months and push you through it as fast as they can so they can get the vast amount of new suckers in - -YES, I was one of those SUCKERS  I was so desperate, I wanted to believe them when they said they could help me out of my dire situation and be making up to , a month within -months -  I didn't even CARE if I was only making as little as , a month  I just wanted to be self-sufficient  Yet, months later, I am flat broke and have a home equity loan on my house ON TOP of my mortgage, had a business I was suckered into I couldn't support any longer, had not had ONE sale over those months, pushed away my family and friends to get my "business" going, worked my [***] off - -just to have to close it after less than months  You're asking if someone got ripped off???  YES  Listen to me they are a SCAM

Post by beenthere,

2073583106 BEWARE  I've had the same experience with Vanguard Institute and I can tell you that, unfortunately, they are legit -  But, don't listen to the hype they give you about how wonderful their program is and DON'T allow them to get YOU hyped up on it  It's not so much what they tell you - -it's mostly what they DON'T tell you that'll take you farther down the rabbit hole  My story started when I came across a "different" internet website that calls themselves Rapid Fire Commissions -  After being led down THAT hole for a good hour and a half and some , dollars later, I realized it was just a bunch of BUNK and they would be the only ones getting anything out of their program - MY MONEY  They are in the UK, BTW -  I backed out and immediately requested a full refund of everything, as they had a "money back guarantee" on their web builder program -  I'm disabled and was looking for something I could do by myself that wouldn't consume my life like most jobs do, but still get me off of disability -  About a week later was when I got the phone call from the pushy sales rep from Vanguard Institute (apparently, they are affiliated in some way with Rapid Fire Commissions) -  He spoke EXACTLY the same way to me as he did to you -  I became excited about the concept of having my own internet business so I got sucked into all their hype  That's not the only place they'll get your money, though - -they "refer" you to another organization Daeus Financial (I'm pretty convinced they are all connected under the same LLC umbrella) which is the next place to take your money to "help" you get your own LLC business started to the tune of up to -  (BEWARE of this because what they are trying to push on you is something you may NEVER need  If you find you CAN make a go of a business on the internet (and be sure you've actually got business coming in before you set up your business entity - -not before - -unless you know what you're doing) -  Look into ALL your business entity options rather than just the limited they push on you  It doesn't stop there, though - -you get "referred" once again to another organization which is the "tax management & advisory" side of Daeus Financial -  BEWARE of these ones too - -they'll try to convince you that you'll need their services to help you keep your business tax situation "compliant" to the measly tune of up to , also -  They always had one option a bit better than the last so you think the best deal is to pay the most up front and pay a small monthly charge after the first year -  I, also, suggest you wait on this  You can probably find your own accountant to do your financial dealings for MUCH less  I've got to say that - -if you do go for the highest initial payment the - monthly charge after the first year would be a good deal - -IF your business lasts years or longer  But, you DON'T KNOW that up front  There's one more "helpful representative" that will call and try to convince you that you NEED someone to manage your business credit for the "piddly sum" of ,  I'm telling you all of this so you know ahead of time for what to watch and listen -  It all sounds nice and easy - -real clear cut and you'll have your business running in no time  When in all actuality, if you don't have prior knowledge or experience in computers web design, SEO optimization, marketing, social media, business operations - -and more - -OR you have A LOT of money to pay others - -OR you have A LOT of friends and or relatives in these areas I've mentioned above, that'll be willing to work for with you for nothing or VERY little until unless you manage to get your business going well within the first months -  Then it'll be VERY hard to make it work There's MANY more things to learn in the program that they don't tell you about up front and you won't learn about them until it's too late  They talk as if they can take any regular "Joe" off the street and turn them into an entrepreneur within the first - months -  When you get your materials, one of the first things they tell you is:  YOU NEED TO HAVE A SUPPORT SYSTEM  These are the family and friends I discussed above -  If you're on your own like I am and WANT to be on your own in a little business, like I did - -DON"T let them waste YOUR time or money  They'll try to reel you in, also, by telling you that you need to have only - available hours per week - -but, I can tell you from MY experience - -I was on my computer from the time I got up in the morning to the time I went to bed (sometimes up to hours) trying to figure out how to fix things that I had paid others to do because they didn't know what they said they did -  That's just ONE of the many issues you're likely to run into -  There'll be SO many things that creep up that will consume more time and money than you might actually have  I was an idiot - -I listened to these jokers and now am , in the hole  I had to refinance my house to pay off the credit cards I used to pay these organizations for their "help and expertise" when I was all but totally convinced I'd have buyers flocking to my website and would make enough money to pay off my debt before the bills came in  HA  Here I am, months later and haven't gotten ONE single sale from my website  My prices aren't that high - -and I did the market analysis to find out whether I could make a profit with my product and if I could compete with others -  I'm not the lowest, nor the highest - -but, to be the lowest would be to sell much of my product at a loss  Now, because I can't afford to keep the business going (they took everything I need to keep it running) - -I have to shut everything down soon and take the loss  I'm sorry this is so long - -but, I wanted to stress to you the things to look for when someone calls you out of the blue and starts trying to sell you on "an internet business of your very own" -  Remember, you have a -day buyer's remorse period if you get caught up in this or something like it and want out - -but, you'll have to be forceful with them to get your money back  I wasn't and allowed them to con me into believing it could be done on my own -  I'm sure some people have graduated and are doing GREAT - -they wouldn't give me their percentage of successes compared to the amount of failures -  Gee - -I wonder why not?  But, it's definitely NOT for everybody and that's what they do is try to get EVERYBODY they can involved -  If they start talking to you about your debt and limits on your credit card(s) - -WATCH OUT  If you talk to them about my comment, I'm sure they'll know who I am and they'll probably try to tell you that I'm some lazy, bitter old woman that wouldn't work hard enough to make a go of it - -but, think about this - -What do I have to gain by telling you about it and WHO'S the one trying to talk you out of your money?  Who would you think is the deceiver?

Post by beenthere,

207-358-3106 ROTFLMAO  I knew there had to be SHILLS sent to this site to post their little fairy tales

Post by beenthere,

2073583106 You got THAT right

Post by Steve Lucas,

207-358-3106 Avoid this company Vanguard Institute at all costs -  They are hard sell scam artists -  What will typically happen is they will make you call your credit cards to find out the balance and the limits to see what they can charge you at the end -  I recommend looking up Vanguard Institute on www -scambook -com www -scambook -com company reports Vanguard-InstituteSteve LucasJustin SmithDesmond SullivanEren SoydinkJordan WilliamsColy JayeThese guys are all rip off and scam artists from Vanguard InstituteAlso see, viral net profits, home profit web, home cash system, online revenue academy, twin peak profits, peter nguyen, advertiser ,  fast lane commissions, anthony morrison, internet coaching, PMI, all these internet courses and companies are scam artists -  Beware

Post by pete,

2073583106 You DON'T even need their lousy little "Advertiser " program to get your own internet business set up  Also, much of it is VERY "old-school" -  There are much better marketing strategies and you'll find those out on your own if you go through their program -  Much of their "help" is no longer available

Post by beenthere,

207-358-3106 BEWARE  I've had the same experience with Vanguard Institute and I can tell you that, unfortunately, they are legit -  But, don't listen to the hype they give you about how wonderful their program is and DON'T allow them to get YOU hyped up on it  It's not so much what they tell you - -it's mostly what they DON'T tell you that'll take you farther down the rabbit hole  My story started when I came across a "different" internet website that calls themselves Rapid Fire Commissions -  After being led down THAT hole for a good hour and a half and some , dollars later, I realized it was just a bunch of BUNK and they would be the only ones getting anything out of their program - MY MONEY  They are in the UK, BTW -  I backed out and immediately requested a full refund of everything, as they had a "money back guarantee" on their web builder program -  I'm disabled and was looking for something I could do by myself that wouldn't consume my life like most jobs do, but still get me off of disability -  About a week later was when I got the phone call from the pushy sales rep from Vanguard Institute (apparently, they are affiliated in some way with Rapid Fire Commissions) -  He spoke EXACTLY the same way to me as he did to you -  I became excited about the concept of having my own internet business so I got sucked into all their hype  That's not the only place they'll get your money, though - -they "refer" you to another organization Daeus Financial (I'm pretty convinced they are all connected under the same LLC umbrella) which is the next place to take your money to "help" you get your own LLC business started to the tune of up to -  (BEWARE of this because what they are trying to push on you is something you may NEVER need  If you find you CAN make a go of a business on the internet (and be sure you've actually got business coming in before you set up your business entity - -not before - -unless you know what you're doing) -  Look into ALL your business entity options rather than just the limited they push on you  It doesn't stop there, though - -you get "referred" once again to another organization which is the "tax management & advisory" side of Daeus Financial -  BEWARE of these ones too - -they'll try to convince you that you'll need their services to help you keep your business tax situation "compliant" to the measly tune of up to , also -  They always had one option a bit better than the last so you think the best deal is to pay the most up front and pay a small monthly charge after the first year -  I, also, suggest you wait on this  You can probably find your own accountant to do your financial dealings for MUCH less  I've got to say that - -if you do go for the highest initial payment the - monthly charge after the first year would be a good deal - -IF your business lasts years or longer  But, you DON'T KNOW that up front  There's one more "helpful representative" that will call and try to convince you that you NEED someone to manage your business credit for the "piddly sum" of ,  I'm telling you all of this so you know ahead of time for what to watch and listen -  It all sounds nice and easy - -real clear cut and you'll have your business running in no time  When in all actuality, if you don't have prior knowledge or experience in computers web design, SEO optimization, marketing, social media, business operations - -and more - -OR you have A LOT of money to pay others - -OR you have A LOT of friends and or relatives in these areas I've mentioned above, that'll be willing to work for with you for nothing or VERY little until unless you manage to get your business going well within the first months -  Then it'll be VERY hard to make it work There's MANY more things to learn in the program that they don't tell you about up front and you won't learn about them until it's too late  They talk as if they can take any regular "Joe" off the street and turn them into an entrepreneur within the first - months -  When you get your materials, one of the first things they tell you is:  YOU NEED TO HAVE A SUPPORT SYSTEM  These are the family and friends I discussed above -  If you're on your own like I am and WANT to be on your own in a little business, like I did - -DON"T let them waste YOUR time or money  They'll try to reel you in, also, by telling you that you need to have only - available hours per week - -but, I can tell you from MY experience - -I was on my computer from the time I got up in the morning to the time I went to bed (sometimes up to hours) trying to figure out how to fix things that I had paid others to do because they didn't know what they said they did -  That's just ONE of the many issues you're likely to run into -  There'll be SO many things that creep up that will consume more time and money than you might actually have  I was an idiot - -I listened to these jokers and now am , in the hole  I had to refinance my house to pay off the credit cards I used to pay these organizations for their "help and expertise" when I was all but totally convinced I'd have buyers flocking to my website and would make enough money to pay off my debt before the bills came in  HA  Here I am, months later and haven't gotten ONE single sale from my website  My prices aren't that high - -and I did the market analysis to find out whether I could make a profit with my product and if I could compete with others -  I'm not the lowest, nor the highest - -but, to be the lowest would be to sell much of my product at a loss  Now, because I can't afford to keep the business going (they took everything I need to keep it running) - -I have to shut everything down soon and take the loss  I'm sorry this is so long - -but, I wanted to stress to you the things to look for when someone calls you out of the blue and starts trying to sell you on "an internet business of your very own" -  Remember, you have a -day buyer's remorse period if you get caught up in this or something like it and want out - -but, you'll have to be forceful with them to get your money back  I wasn't and allowed them to con me into believing it could be done on my own -  I'm sure some people have graduated and are doing GREAT - -they wouldn't give me their percentage of successes compared to the amount of failures -  Gee - -I wonder why not?  But, it's definitely NOT for everybody and that's what they do is try to get EVERYBODY they can involved -  If they start talking to you about your debt and limits on your credit card(s) - -WATCH OUT  If you talk to them about my comment, I'm sure they'll know who I am and they'll probably try to tell you that I'm some lazy, bitter old woman that wouldn't work hard enough to make a go of it - -but, think about this - -What do I have to gain by telling you about it and WHO'S the one trying to talk you out of your money?  Who would you think is the deceiver?

Post by beenthere,

2073583106 ROTFLMAO  I knew there had to be SHILLS sent to this site to post their little fairy tales

Post by Bam Bam,

207-358-3106 Be aware that this investment they want is , - - , - initially - I had the same "speech" - I inquired about the investment they wanted; once I found out about the size of he "investment", I told them I wasn't interested -

Post by Vanguard Institute,

2073583106 What kind of credible company or person resorts to Ad Hominem attacks as a position of argument?  People who are scared of the truth and know that they're wrong, and have no leg to stand on -  These guys are obviously scared because they have been exposed as scam artists -

Post by Shill Alert,

207-358-3106 Hehe, looks like you're not making enough money with this scam to hire a good liar -Your work here is done, you can go back to the boiler room now -

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