Planting a mole in my online training program is wrong.
I found it more than a little bit interesting your office decided to infiltrate my online training programs to learn what today’s investors are up to and what I am putting into their heads.
And, I hope Chris Johnson learned a thing or two about Blue Pen Flipping in the process.
Pretty sneaky there, Rob.
But I’m wondering, does your office seriously believe my program is designed to train and then unleash a bunch of law-breaking con artists out into the marketplace so they can scam sellers out of their homes?
Sadly, I’m willing to bet it does.
big brother in action
Planting a mole in my online training program and exposing my students to this ugly, “big brother” prying is wrong in so many ways . . . I don’t know where to start.
My students deserve better.
But I guess it’s to be expected.
When you’ve got nothing to go on and nothing to justify a three year, $300k, zero complaint Consumer Proctection Act investigation and lawsuit, I guess it makes sense to cough up another $697 to join my training program and see if there’s anything there you can sink your teeth into.
I’m disgusted, as are my students.
Disgusted your office thinks nothing of spying on us, playing dirty tricks like this, collecting our email addresses and who knows what else?
We are not planning the overthrow of some government here, we’re simply learning how to create real estate deals that work.
the witch hunt continues
Or is that a problem now, too?
Planting a mole in my online training program shows yet again this is nothing but a witch hunt.
Is your office really that desperate?
Listen, if you have a matter that actually needs addressing, I am happy to assist you in its resolution. You need merely request my input and I will help your staff understand what has taken place and explain whatever it is they don’t understand.
But to spy on me and my students, trying to find something to justify your office’s questionable (to put it kindly) investigation?
You cannot be serious.