This is a big one and often seems entirely legitimate but this one also falls into the “if it’s too good to be true, it probably is” category.
The problem with this particular scam is that initially, there is often no cost to you. You’ll be offered free tickets to a seminar, usually offered a free gift for attending and promised that you will not be subjected to high pressure sales tactics.
You almost always learn the “free” gift is only offered to those who purchase tickets to additional seminars. That’s not a big deal if you have the money to shell out for additional seminars because they’ll make these additional seminars sound amazing. The problem? Most often, they’re not.
Or, when you arrive at the seminar, the investor may give you actual properties to invest in if you offer up thousands of dollars in advance. Also, a form you may have signed initially to take the class may prevent you from taking legal action against the instructor to recoup your money.
REAL Real Estate Seminars
Get rich quick schemes sound great but rarely are. That’s why we offer multiple times throughout the year REAL real estate seminars on everything from buying a HUD home to building wealth through real estate investing. We give you the real scoop on what it takes and what to watch for. Free, no obligation – you aren’t required to spend any money, attend another seminar, or ever buy or sell a house through our company.
Make sure that any seminar you attend provides you information that sounds realistic as opposed to “get rich quick”, and if they ask for more money (fees for other seminars, or purchasing a property on the spot) then leave – quickly.
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