About Sam Ovens
SamOvens.com is the online home and website for Sam Ovens, a digital marketing consultant from New Zealand who is offering his services to clients all over the world.
How Does It Work?
Sam Ovens started out as the CEO and founder of SnapInspect, which was a property inspection application created for property management companies which helps managers inspect rental properties using their smartphones or tablets. Their website says that this application is now the “global market leader in the property inspection software space.”
Since selling that application, Sam Ovens has become a digital marketing consultant who helps companies “profit wildly.” He says that his clients are some of the fastest growing companies in New Zealand and Australia, and that he has been responsible for helping them gain “choke holds” in their respective markets.
If you are a customer who is interested in their consulting services, you can either submit your email address to their website or contact them directly by email to see what they might be able to do for you and your company.
The website provides no information about the prices of their consulting services or any other products they may be selling, other than to offer people access to some free consulting information if they submit their email address to their website. Customers will need to contact them by email to get any information regarding pricing or costs of their services.
Unfortunately this website does not provide any information on their website about refunds, likely because they do not sell any products or contract any services through their website. In order to take advantage of their consulting services, you will need to contact them directly, and at this time you are welcome to ask them about whether or not they have any policies in place which might protect your investment if you choose to cancel your contract or are unhappy with the service you receive.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by email at Support@SamOvens.com. While their website does mention “listed phone numbers,” it doesn’t actually appear as though they publish any contact numbers for the public at this time.
There are actually very few reviews available for Sam Ovens or his consulting business at this time, but there are some evaluations of his business that customers can make directly from his website.
For example, this website makes a lot of criticisms of other digital marketers, referring to them as “design oriented hipsters on fancy Mac computers with their only objectives being advertising awards” and saying that they are only interested in making “cutesy designs” and not on actually getting customers for your company.
But the Sam Ovens website is actually poorly designed, offers little to no information to prospective customers, and the little information they do offer is repetitive, poorly worded, and riddled with grammar mistakes, as though this man who is trying to convince you to pay him to work on your website didn’t even take five minutes to review his own before making it live to the public.
Competitors and Alternatives?
Certainly there are many, many different people that act as self-help personalities and provide guidance through books, seminars, podcasts, and websites, as well as people who promote their life-coaching as an important opportunity for you to make money and be financially successfully.
If you have experience with this company or their products, please leave your Sam Ovens reviews below.
16 ‘Sam Ovens’ Reviews
Dodgy At Best - Don't Bother
I received relatively little of use from the webinar for the time spent listening.
Most of it was a badly-disguised plug for Sam'a business, blended with the casual misinformation - the ad told us that we would be able to ask him (Sam) questions but it was clearly recorded, so this was not possible. We were not told that it was a recording at any stage - I figured it out from the dates given. This was confirmed by the person behind the chat box who told me it was a 2016 version and they had not (bothered) to update. But we should still buy! Not likely.
There was also the matter of the grammatical errors on the slides and the clear bias to the US.
Don't waste your time
Not A Scam.
For those claiming that Sam Ovens is a scam, you clearly didn't give the program an actual try. I did and I got a high paying client within my first 40 days of ACTUALLY doing the work and I have been paying my bills and taking care of my family simply by following Sam's advice and really taking his training to heart and applying it, not only to my consulting business, but to my every day life as well. I can't believe that so many of you are trash talking a man who came from an average life, just like you, and made something of himself.
Don't call Sam's program a scam when you flat out refuse to put in any real effort.
My family and I are doing wonderfully with just my income from what I learned from Sam Ovens and I recommend his program to everyone who expresses and interest in what I do for a living. One income, a mortgage, a car, etc. Everything is paid for by my singular income that I made by using Sam's program.
Put in the real effort and you'll see the real results.
Sorry Sam does not tell you the truth or the whole story. The program costs close to $2,000 to start, and the false promises are many. If you are a tech wiz, if you want to spend at least another $5,000 in initial costs, if you are a sales and video professional, and if you want to run afoul of the IRS, then join the fools that fall for the false promises. If you want the real truth contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did Not Buy...Here's Why
I sat in the Webinar today (1/23/16). I've sat in many Webinars like this and what you learn after awhile is there's a process that most of these 'too-good-to-be-true' people do.
1) They spend the first 30-40 minutes of the Webinar telling you how great they are and what a struggle it has been to get where they are.
2) The next 10 minutes is spent telling you what they're going to tell you.
By this time, if you haven't left already, you've invested 40-50 mins so you say to yourself, "Geez, I guess I'll stay just to see what he's got."
3) The next 15 minutes has somewhat helpful info but it's vague and leaves you craving more. That's part of the plan.
4) Now comes the sell. They tell you all the things you're going to get when you buy the "training" - all at inflated prices to make it look like you're really getting a deal.
5) Then comes the amazing price, available only today and hurry! because we only have 100 seats available. Ha! Like they would turn down anyone who wanted to pay.
I had many questions after the Webinar (because I wanted to give them ample room to sell me).
-He did a poor job of being transparent about the program.
-I don't know him at all (so he should have some iron-clad proof of his claims - but doesn't),
-The testimonials seem ok but I don't relate to the people in them so they had negligible effect.
I went to the landing page and used the chat feature. It was terrible. The person was probably not a person, but a bot. Horrible, horrible responses. Laughable, really. Here's a hint: when you're selling $2,000 products, you need real people with real answers!
They touted the support email so I sent my questions there. Now, remember, I was still in the "thinking about it" mode so they should reply immediately.
Their response was automated, saying they "received" my email and that it can take "up to 3 days to respond." WTF? If someone is making 4.5 million dollars a year and they can't provide decent customer service, one has to wonder if they really are making that kind of money.
My advice is don't do this. There may be a few nuggets of good stuff but not for the $2000 price tag. And the refund policy is ridiculous. If you stand behind your product, you should have no problem refunding people.
I would describe this as amateur. He probably learned this from someone else and is trying to make it work for him. Beware.