We’re in this together! Stay safe with our COVID-19 guide

View
×
Developed in part with a grant from
the National Science Foundation

Neil Y.

2 Level 2 Contributor
  • 4 Reviews
  • 7 Helpful Votes
  • 0 Thank Yous

Experience: Reference

Member since August 2017

  • Reviews

    4

  • First Reviews

    4

  • Thank Yous

    0

  • Fans

    0

  • Profile Views

    148

Review Distribution

4 Reviews by Neil

10/16/17
90% of their stock picks lose money, at least. The whole thing appears to be an elaborate way to pump friends' stocks in various small markets so that the editors and their associates can front run their hapless subscribers while Casey Research also collects the subscription fees. IKN documents many of these scams. Just search casey research on incakolanews.blogspot.com.

On top of it all, they started selling my e-mail address to other similar pump schemes and now I get spammed occasionally.

Learn from my mistake.
8/1/17
Please watch these two youtube videos and read the comments in the first one especially.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOU-rZmv-zc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1VuaOsYtR8

Now for my personal telling of the story.

We were promised functioning software but many features were not working. One of the main software parts that was promised never even became usable, and this part of the software was a main selling point to get us to pay for the package. It was a program called Vulcan to automatically manage the spending on our advertising campaigns. 4 months after their customers paid up, the promised software suite was still not done and hadnt been changed for 2 months. It appears the software was only in development while their 60-day moneyback guarantee was active.

The course ended without warning with a sales pitch for their next information product. This product was a rehashing of the previous content, and the pitch involved blaming us and our psychological problems (seriously) for our lack of success so far. The information in the course we had just completed was so shallow that what was provided in the course could have been from free Youtube videos. It is possible that Steven Clayton and Aidan Booth never have had any personal experience with the business model at all.

None of their claims are verifiable by their customers. For example, each customer service rep/coach is supposed to be someone who succeeded with the course and had built a successful business. Yet I asked them basic questions that would not endanger their supposedly successful businesses, like what is their total advertising budget and ROI was, to try to understand what being successful at this business looked like, and they always ignored the question and changed the subject. One person says in the comments in the first youtube video above that one customer service rep admitted his business is failing.
8/1/17
Please watch these two youtube videos and read the comments in the first one especially.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOU-rZmv-zc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1VuaOsYtR8

Now for my personal telling of the story.

We were promised functioning software but many features were not working. One of the main software parts that was promised never even became usable, and this part of the software was a main selling point to get us to pay for the package. It was a program called Vulcan to automatically manage the spending on our advertising campaigns. 4 months after their customers paid up, the promised software suite was still not done and hadnt been changed for 2 months. It appears the software was only in development while their 60-day moneyback guarantee was active.

The course ended without warning with a sales pitch for their next information product. This product was a rehashing of the previous content, and the pitch involved blaming us and our psychological problems (seriously) for our lack of success so far. The information in the course we had just completed was so shallow that what was provided in the course could have been from free Youtube videos. It is possible that Steven Clayton and Aidan Booth never have had any personal experience with the business model at all.

None of their claims are verifiable by their customers. For example, each customer service rep/coach is supposed to be someone who succeeded with the course and had built a successful business. Yet I asked them basic questions that would not endanger their supposedly successful businesses, like what is their total advertising budget and ROI was, to try to understand what being successful at this business looked like, and they always ignored the question and changed the subject. One person says in the comments in the first youtube video above that one customer service rep admitted his business is failing.
8/1/17
Please watch these two youtube videos and read the comments in the first one especially.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOU-rZmv-zc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1VuaOsYtR8

Now for my personal telling of the story.

We were promised functioning software but many features were not working. One of the main software parts that was promised never even became usable, and this part of the software was a main selling point to get us to pay for the package. It was a program called Vulcan to automatically manage the spending on our advertising campaigns. 4 months after their customers paid up, the promised software suite was still not done and hadnt been changed for 2 months. It appears the software was only in development while their 60-day moneyback guarantee was active.

The course ended without warning with a sales pitch for their next information product. This product was a rehashing of the previous content, and the pitch involved blaming us and our psychological problems (seriously) for our lack of success so far. The information in the course we had just completed was so shallow that what was provided in the course could have been from free Youtube videos. It is possible that Steven Clayton and Aidan Booth never have had any personal experience with the business model at all.

None of their claims are verifiable by their customers. For example, each customer service rep/coach is supposed to be someone who succeeded with the course and had built a successful business. Yet I asked them basic questions that would not endanger their supposedly successful businesses, like what is their total advertising budget and ROI was, to try to understand what being successful at this business looked like, and they always ignored the question and changed the subject. One person says in the comments in the first youtube video above that one customer service rep admitted his business is failing.

Neil Has Earned 7 Votes

Neil Y.'s review of Casey Research earned 3 Very Helpful votes

Neil Y.'s review of 100kfactory earned 2 Very Helpful votes

Neil Y.'s review of 100kfactory.co earned a Very Helpful vote

Neil Y.'s review of 100kfactory earned a Well Said vote

Neil hasn’t received any thanks yous.

Neil doesn’t have any fans yet.

Neil isn’t following anybody yet.

Similar Reviewers on Sitejabber

johnh765
9/25/17

This deals only with the comment feature. Although I love YouTube, it has a serious drawback when...