Six Figure Program Reviews – Legit or Scam?

 


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The Six Figure Program (www.SixFigureKit.com), by Ben Moskel and Dave Clabeaux, is an affiliate marketing training course being sold for $27.00. Affiliate marketing is when businesses reward affiliates for bringing them visitors or customers via their marketing practices.

Affiliate marketing is possibly the most popular way to earn a living online. It is also perhaps one of the most widely misrepresented ways to make money online. The most common misconception of affiliate marketing is that you can do little to no work and still make an impressive five figure or even six figure salary.

This misconception often comes from the type of work that affiliate marketing is. Since this is an online business, affiliate marketers do have the ability to earn money when not actively working, i.e. when they sleep or are on vacations. This has often become one of the biggest selling points to join the industry – “Make money while you sleep!”

However, the truly successful affiliate marketers do work long, hard hours, especially in the beginning stages of establishing their business. This is generally a point that most people selling affiliate marketing training programs avoid to make.

How is the Six Figure Program Different than Other Training Programs?

In many ways, the Six Figure Program by Ben Moskel and Dave Clabeaux is the same as other affiliate training programs. Their sales page emphasizes the large earning potential, bolstered by the ability to make money while you sleep, and is vague on the amount of work needed to earn a large amount of money, saying “a few hours” of work are required.

This is further emphasized by their affiliates and advertisers, like SusansBusinessBlog.com. Susan’s Business Blog is not so much a blog as it is an affiliate site pushing the amazing abilities of the Six Figure Program to give anyone anywhere the financial independence they dream of. This is fairly common in the world of internet marketing training guides.

However, they are different than many other systems in one way – their price. Often, affiliate marketing programs that are accompanied by books, videos, and a support system cost $90.00 and up, so the Six Figure Program appears to be a steal at $27.00.

The only issue here, though, is that many of their customers report that the information delivered in the Six Figure Program is very basic, general affiliate marketing stuff – info that can be found online for free, for the most part. Unfortunately, this happens to be the case with almost every affiliate marketing training program – usually you are simply paying for the convenience of having all the information compiled for you.

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Average Rating for " Six Figure Kit " is 1.6 out of 5 based on 142 reviews.

  • Diane says:

    February 26th, 2014 at 6:37 pm

    We also bought into this.Not one check from anything came in.Our site was frozen also.We spent maybe 500.00 total and never seen a dime.We also watched all videos.We had Hostgator as our domaine provider.It is a scam .We didn’t renew.They was trying to charge us for another year but I went in and took out all of our credit card information.

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    george says:

    February 26th, 2014 at 12:49 am

    How do we get our money back? Class action suit?

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    Elle says:

    December 9th, 2013 at 11:27 am

    I believe that the FTC should make them reimburse ANYONE who was defrauded by these loser freaks!

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    john t. says:
    January 31st, 2014 at 6:29 am

    It’s better to do it yourself. there is free sites to develop websites. To publish its like $3-$7. If you come up with a good website idea maybe like an online blog. All you do is go to different top corporations and scroll to the bottom and click affiliate program and sign up. they will give you a code you put it on your web page and if your site gets a lot of views then their is more odds of people clicking the links, you should have no problem making money from the affiliates. its better to just avoid those sites that say invest, because 9 times out of 10 they are out to screw you over.

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    Concerned Citizen says:

    July 30th, 2013 at 2:10 pm

    They where busted by the FTC http://www.ftc.gov/os/caselist/1223186/

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  • Unhappy says:

    March 19th, 2013 at 5:01 am

    I thought it was just me, but I see more people are having the same problems. I’ve been trying to get on my website, and it will not load. Ben and Dave are going to ultimately pay for this.

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    Diane says:
    February 26th, 2014 at 6:22 pm

    We had the same thing happen to us.What a joke this company is.

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    Mary says:

    March 14th, 2013 at 12:43 pm

    Unfortunatelly, I have to agree with all the above, just in my case I have to sign up with GatorHost… then you down load a manual and there, they recommended Brain.com (or so) and in their videos they “again” recommended Smart Puppy, REALLY! How many host we need? I jus -as of the people above- spent money. You cannot get in touch with them. Only once, at the very beginning they respond to an Email, and that was it!… Guess that is how they make their money…so much for a lawyer and a teacher!

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    Karen Mitchell says:
    August 17th, 2013 at 1:02 am

    Because of this program I have lost $10000.00. plus my health has suffered.

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    pissed Off!! says:

    February 21st, 2013 at 3:25 pm

    I guess, it IS a RipOff/Fraud!!! because I bought the “six figure Program” too, and something went wrong, I Called them(their 800#) and any & MANY of Their OTHER Toll FREE Numbers(customer-service#’s) & they ALL Say the SAME Thing!!!! “The Number U are Trying to reach is NO LONGER AVAILABLE/IN SERVICE” or “it cannot be reached at this Time/TRY AGAIN at a LATER TIME!!!” Point being that U CANNOT get to Talk to anyone(anybody/customer service) a REAL “LIVE” PERSON!!!! Sucks!!!! No REAL Communication THERE!!!!

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    IQ says:
    June 27th, 2014 at 1:55 pm

    TRUE, My company link got sold whatagreatdealfromindiaandnazie.com and no one can’t tell me any explanations, I’m still trying to find customer service. My website was worth $300.00 and I didn’t get any funds from it. Whats going on?

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    Bety says:

    February 20th, 2013 at 4:17 am

    I do feel that it is a scam.I also paid $27.00 and I spend hours watching the videos.They recommended Smartpuppy for a domain name. Try to get in touch with them. !It’s impossible. Ben and Dave’s did respond for a short time, now I cannot get in touch I can no longer connect to Ben and Dave’s program.And that’s not all. I can no longer access my website and their phone number is always busy.Right this minute I do not remember the total amount I paid but I do know that it was more than $100.00.Also the website at times did not function right.

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    Diane says:
    February 26th, 2014 at 6:26 pm

    they had us go thru GATOR HOST for our domaine.It is a scam.

    betty says:
    April 14th, 2013 at 8:23 pm

    im thinking about buy it should i buy it message me back

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    Bety says:

    February 20th, 2013 at 3:59 am

    I do feel that it is a scam.I also paid $27.00 and I spend hours watching the videos.They recommended Smartpuppy for a domain name. I have never being able to get in touch with them. Their number is always busy. Same with Ben and Dave’s program. I can no longer access my website and I paid more than $100.00. I was trying to find out how I could get in touch with them and that’s how I found this page.

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    Cheryl W. says:

    February 11th, 2013 at 9:49 am

    This program is a scam & the smart puppy hosting.I purchased the program for $27.00 and web hosting for $165.00 for 2 yrs.The website keeps disappearing and there is no way to contact them except emailing.I had not heard anything from them in two months until yesterday when an email was sent to me on pay per call. They had a lot of nerves.I tried the surveys , they did not work. You can not make any money with this program.I tried to contact smart puppy and the phone has a busy signal.They are very unprofessional & I’m very upset.This is a rip off. Do not purchase this program. If you can find a way to get money back, please let me know because God doesn’t like ugly & they will reap what they sow.

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    Ron says:
    February 23rd, 2013 at 7:59 pm

    I bought the program for $27.00 and smart puppy for $118.00, and they built me a web site “at first”, and then shortly after, the site was shut down and I couldn’t get a hold of anyone! They’re phones were all shut down. I used a bank debit card when I bought the program so I called my bank and told them what had happened, “that I’d been scammed” and my bank credited my account for the damage. They said that they would handle everything! So that was the end of last year. I still haven’t heard anything else about it from my bank, but I hope that Ben and Dave get what’s coming to them! So if you got scammed and you used a credit card, I’m sure you can report it like I did and get reimbursed.Good luck!

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    Tonya says:

    January 25th, 2013 at 8:54 pm

    I joined these guys in october of last year I am still getting emails from them but no response of any kind to questions I also can no longer access my website I deffinatly would not recomend them

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    Ron says:
    February 23rd, 2013 at 8:08 pm

    Oh, that reminds me, I got an e-mail from them “Ben and Dave” last week wanting me to put out flyers on the side of the road selling stuff for people to get commissions. They called it: Doing it the “old school way”! What a joke!!!!! Those guys are totally “insane”!!!!!

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    John says:

    January 15th, 2013 at 3:16 pm

    Ben and Dave’s is a scam. It’s not the $27.00 or even the domain charge, so much as they shut You off from YOUR web site, with out warning or explanation. They don’t respond to email or regular mail, this is just plain rude.
    They don’t supply a phone number.
    They should be banned from the internet and stop giving honest dealers a bad name.
    My vote jail
    John

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    Gladys says:

    January 10th, 2013 at 10:40 am

    I have the program since September 2011, I still don’t want to think it is a scam. All I paid for the kit was $27 or $29 I got the Hostgator for $89 a year and renewed it in October 2012, for one more year. I am a person who don’t believe to become a millionaire overnight that is why I did not give up that easily the hope to do some sale on line through Six Figure Program. I always believe that in any endeavour hard working is required but since I was terminated from my job of 14 years in 2011; I decided to give it a try, hoping for the best outcome. Unfortunately, recently Ben and Dave program and Hostgator have removed me from their program without notice, and now I am unable to get my auth codes to update my website. I keep calling them for an explanation and no response whatsoever.

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    Andy says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 2:56 pm

    Smart Puppy is fake as well. It’s just Ben & Dave (or whoever they really are) re-selling hosting at some other service, arranged by Wirecloud or some other party so there is not an easy way to track them down. Once you ask for a refund, I wouldn’t expect to hear from them again. Crooks.

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    bill says:

    January 5th, 2013 at 12:38 pm

    it is BS! Wasted my money on the dvd for $27.00 and website for $130.00 I have this website for 7 months and I haven’t made a dime. My stats went down and six figure is gone?

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    Bonnie Suttles says:

    January 2nd, 2013 at 7:00 pm

    The ben and dave program is a scam they suck you in to believe that it works and then they talk you into purchasing smart puppy i paid over $100.00 for it i requested my money back no answer email came back they owe me if anyone knows how to get my money back let me know

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    betty says:
    April 14th, 2013 at 8:29 pm

    i really dont know how to get your money back did you call them about your money reply back to me

  • choice says:

    December 15th, 2012 at 11:48 am

    Please dont do this… I gave my credit card info….And had to have everything changed and get new bank info. Smart puppy said they would take out 71.99 a year….

    Dont dont dont dont do this… It is a scam!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Please listen to me….. Its truly not legit……

    Reported to BBB and they could not help me…. Because there is/was no such place… To get my money back…. Several people are involved in this scam…

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    satisfied says:
    December 18th, 2012 at 11:10 am

    The Commission vote authorizing the staff to file the complaint was 5-0. The complaint was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida. On November 6, 2012, the court halted the defendants’ allegedly deceptive practices, froze their assets, and put the companies into receivership pending a court hearing.

    http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2012/11/lostopp.shtm

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    choice says:

    December 13th, 2012 at 12:05 pm

    well it just happened to me on 11-4-12… i bought the program for 27.00 and pd 118.00 for my domain… however a lady called from ben & daves program and asked me how much money do i have in my bank acct… well i literally had 1.90 cents. she said in order for the program to work.. they needed another 3000.00 to 25000.00 dollars and i would then be trained personally.. that they would fly in to where i live and teach me… good luck to all of you .. i tried calling smart puppy and phone is temporily disconnected … also tried calling the lady with ben and dave… that phone has been disconnected.. sent my cd back .. priority mail … went to my post office .. they told me business has closed.. so im getting back the cd. before the phones were disconnected/ON THEIR VOICEMAIL .. i told them that the police/detectives are looking for the scammers..i WAS WILLING TO WORK HARD. PLEASE THINK ABOUT WHAT YOUR DOING..

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  • kash says:

    December 9th, 2012 at 6:30 pm

    all the videos are full of B.S. No one explains the system until you get tricked in buying..Thank God I found the review page , they wont get my money for sure. You guys should all go to court to get your money back

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    Almost a Year! says:

    December 7th, 2012 at 8:41 pm

    I’ve had my site for about 9 months.

    There is a lot to the program. It is very necessary to go through all the training and the web tools. I did each step and took notes. The coaches called me but i passed on the training for a small monthly fee. Money……i’ve made no money to date. After complete set-up, i think the site can work, however it does appear that the founders are the only ones making money. If you continue to fill out the affiliate claim cash links they get paid. I have a problem with the fact that I’ve brought into ad marketing and have received many hits yet no commission. Now i am wondering exactly who owns commission junction and if they are paying for the leads that actually do generate funds. I feel like I am advertising there sites for free. So, basically they are getting us to do their advertising…its pretty obvious. Now if I would have received just on check(JUST !) maybe I would be convinced….Yes……it appears to be a BIG SCAM!!! I will not renew MY SITE next year!

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    Ken says:

    November 16th, 2012 at 1:39 pm

    It is a scam. I thought something was wrong with my computer, but after hearing all the reviews, it convinces me this is a scam, a website that does not work period.

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    Bonnie says:

    November 12th, 2012 at 11:18 am

    Ok i bought it too was excited paid for webhosting smartpuppy they advised worked on my website published it thought it was great just for it to quit working cant view it any more i contacted them no response contacted smsrt puppt nothing yet thats a lot of money to pay to make money when it doesnt work they should at least have the courtesy to email back to help you that is what there add says and at first they did now nothing well if they dont fix it they will give my money back

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    Mary says:
    November 16th, 2012 at 12:14 pm

    DITTO!!! I am so disturbed that I actually thought this program was on the up-and-up….what a JOKE! My site hasn’t worked in days. The whole idea of having to use their lousy templates is also bothersome, as you don’t know that until AFTER you pay. I doubt any of us will get our money back. A real lesson learned for me!! By the way, there are so many free Web hosting services with hundreds of templates to use. I have made a few Websites this way, and they looked good. If you are thinking of purchasing “Ben and Dave’s Program,”…don’t. I am out about $250 from this crap.

    Tom says:
    November 14th, 2012 at 1:53 pm

    I am in the same boat with you have been down 6 days and no word from then from both sides, let me know if u hear anything.

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    Ive says:

    October 22nd, 2012 at 7:11 pm

    I bought this program hoping for the best, and I was a sucker for believing in these people who would con people. I did everything this program asked for, and yet, I still did not any money. The more things that the program ask to do, the more Money I had to spend. I wish the Fed’s can do something about people like these, who lie to people to buy a fake program that does not work. I want to suit them for crushing my dreams and turning them into nightmares. Is there a layers that can do that, I have everyemail that I have send them, purchase emails, I am sick to the bones with these kid of people. Very Frustrated. I hope everything comes back to them 10 fold. Very upset.

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    Dave Treaster says:

    October 20th, 2012 at 6:52 pm

    sorry I couldn’t keep up buying any more courses on the six figure pro gram, after the $29.00 I bought the Happy

    Puppy(who owns that) -which the video said was $97.00 and on the site $120.00+ Oo there was a 2day window?Happypuppy site crashed or I just didn’t get a response, after trying into the wee hours in the nite

    prices snowballed when my URL site directed
    me to click for cash= connecting me through the cookies for affiliate marketing. but ” surprise “( more gay than
    happy) my credit card was picked ,yes by my permission, to a low tune of +or- $250.00.

    the $40.00 to $100.00+per pick wasn’t deposits,no,so my card is closed.My calls to each “purchase” the people were prosional,explaining what was each product, sometimes after the “free” could be charged in full by time frames or “kits” for $89.00( I liked that one).

    I’ve been unemployed since 02/13/2012 and now have nothing to show as proof I can handle management things,low score 590(yeah I didn’t know that would be$.40.00) now no reckon less than at this later date.yeah I didn’t know that would be$.40.00.

    Well I got a nice warm feeling I didn’t direct (hopefully-nothing shows till $10.00+) any unfortunate

    customers to such terror

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    vegtatgrl says:

    October 16th, 2012 at 1:46 am

    smells like a scam. Its only 27 dollars could be worse.
    tastes like a scam. No help
    Must be a scam. I am so disappointed.

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  • ingrata says:

    October 12th, 2012 at 11:21 pm

    thanks for all your comments…. i wont waste my time and money for this program..

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  • Robbie says:

    October 11th, 2012 at 10:58 pm

    I got the CD in the mail 2 days ago. Was very leary about their 2 day deadline of building my website. My gut was seriously talking to me. Thanks to all of you and your comments, this basically confirmed my suspicions. Selling doggie clothes seems to be a great biz to start. My best wishes to all of you and hopefully you’ll find what you’re looking for and make your money.

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    dan says:

    October 5th, 2012 at 6:37 pm

    SO WHAT DOES WORK?

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    Realist says:
    January 3rd, 2013 at 5:35 pm

    Nothing. There’s no such thing as free money.

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    Penny says:

    September 29th, 2012 at 6:52 pm

    I invested in the six figure program. Paid the $27 and spent hours watching the videos. If you have a question, you have to e-mail. There is no phone support what so ever. While you are waiting on an e-mail which was within 24 hrs, you are wasting time waiting for a reply. Every time I had a question they would send me a video to watch. I am sick of videos and these guys are just down right boring!!!! I did everything the video said, got the site up and running. Checked my stats, yeah I was getting hits but no one wanted to to buy from my site. The video said you would make money just by people clicking on your site. Well, I had over 1,400 clicks and no money coming in. It said to do a “claim Cash” click I did and it would take you to some site where you would have to fill out your name address and phone number and then your email was full of junk mail and phone calls for people trying to sell you somethin. It was all B. S. I kept my site up for about a month and still no money. I invested in pay per click and after about two days it said I was out of money and my stats went down. I was still getting clicks but no money. Ben and Dave are a genius for coming up with this and I can see why they are making over six figures every month but they don’t tell you everything. As for the support, It is very un-professional that you have to send an e-mail for questions instead of phone support. This program may work for but it didn’t for me. I wasted a lot of time and money. I think it is very un-professional that you have to click on a link to fill your mailbox up with junk mail that you don’t want. Oh yeah, one more thing, they do give you a web-site, an ugly web-site with pictures you can’t delete. If you gonna do a web-site, make sure you can install pictures that are related to your business. I once listened in on a phone conference, they recommended going to car shows and looking for buyers who wanted to sell their cars and I could charge them $4000 for putting their car on a web-site and selling it. Come on , get real. Maybe in L.A. where people have the 70,000 to $100,000 cars but where I come from..if I told someone that they would laugh me into the ground. There is a web-site out there that does this it’s called AutoTrader. Like I said they are brilliant but it does not work. I think it’s B.S.

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    Veronica says:
    October 31st, 2012 at 2:50 am

    lala, to get your social media links to work, you have to edit them in the menu. If you put your link from fb, youtube and twitter, the links will work. It took me a few days to figure that out on my own, but I got them working. No money so far, but I just started this last week so I probably won’t be making any money, either. I did set up an account with ClickBank, but can’t figure out how to get the companies I want to promote added to my account so I can actually promote them. lol

    lala says:
    October 20th, 2012 at 6:10 pm

    this is a scam. I heard from reviews that this is a scam. I took a chance and wasted my money on the dvd for $27.00 and website for $118.00. I have this website for 2 months and I havent made a dime. The social media signs for facebook, youtube and twitter are not linked to my site. Only the ones on the bottom work, which means everytime when people click on the ones that dont work they immediately leave my web page. I have told them for two months and they tell me they work yet they dont. I asked my friends all over to click from different computer and nothing. They dont help at all. They make the sixfigures by taking money from people like us. Dont waste money on these people. Their support team have no idea of what they are doing.

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    Jeanette says:

    August 28th, 2012 at 2:13 pm

    Im not sure yet.. I know alot of people out there can say bad things about ANYTHING>>>. DANA>>>> if you are out there.. please respond, im curious how you are doing. I just started and I do believe you do have to work for everything and I think there are alot of people out there who dont want to work for things and they are the ones most likely who think this is a scam……

    any feedback>
    J

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    cat says:
    February 11th, 2013 at 4:36 pm

    i agree with everything , can’t get my stuff to work either. no money forthcoming, can’t get website to work, no money from “claim cash”. when i tried to contact them i got no response. after 2 months i couldn’t access website or any programs they sent. COMPLETE SCAM! FOR ANYBODY WHO READS THIS, DON’T INVEST IN BEN AND DAVE’S PROGRAM

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    ROBERT says:

    August 12th, 2012 at 8:43 am

    Do not order this program you will regret it later, bye

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    Rich says:

    August 5th, 2012 at 11:22 pm

    I’d say that everyone should, collectively, contact the U.S.Attorney General and file charges. Enough is enough with ALL the BS money scammers.

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    La Verne says:
    October 17th, 2012 at 6:25 pm

    AGREE

  • cynthia lozada says:

    July 30th, 2012 at 9:29 pm

    trying to find training center with no success. where do i go

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    AZmamma says:

    July 26th, 2012 at 12:51 pm

    I purchased the set-up, and have had NO LUCK. No luck understanding the concepts or even how to begin to make money. They have had numerous people calling my cell phone wanting to convince me to continue with the process. I declined, that was last year after numerous attempts to ask for help and no calls or e-mails to help me understand the process. The were willing to harrass me to continue, but continue with WHAT??? I did not understand what was the process, so how could I continue without help. So I have still yet to recieve my money back, and have written it off as a bad experience. Once you look at all these reviews you see that there is about 90% bad to the 10% good. My suggestion would be to find a different program that is more legit. I am in the process of looking now. GOOD LUCK!!!

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    La Verne says:
    October 17th, 2012 at 6:23 pm

    I am having the same problem. I have had the program for a week now and have called, emailed. I got anwsers, but they did not work for me. I am very dissappointed in this program. I am very finacially in trouble and I have let someone else take what little I had to try to make something work for me. I am finished with trying to make money this way. I cannot understand this program just as most of you have said. It is time for an anwer that works or just say no and go on with my life.

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    chris says:

    July 25th, 2012 at 11:15 am

    it’s a scam, no help at all, and you just pay for more stuff, the claim cash is a joke.

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    Penny says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 6:55 pm

    I agree Chris, the claim Cash is B.S. All it does is fill up your box with junk mai. I clicked on a site about home-base business and the guy called me and gave me this great big line of bull how he could guarantee me & grand a month if I invested &1,300. Another scam. Who knows it could be from the same guys just a different name.

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    megs says:

    July 23rd, 2012 at 12:05 am

    This is a complete scam. They sucked me into buying it saying you only have to pay 27$. However after you pay that, you HAVE to buy the “most trusted” web hosting which is a complete scam as well. I paid for the web hosting only to find that a “technical” problem happened in which 6fig didnt even make my web site. The 24/7 service on the web hosting page ( smart puppy web hosting ) is completely BS, they dont answer/ respond to my calls and emails asking for a refund. It is all a scam into taking your money! dont fall for the trap!!

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    jeff says:

    July 8th, 2012 at 4:00 pm

    Hello,

    So, is the six figure program a scam? I googled six figure program scam and checked out videos and info like a lot of people here. Most complainers seem not willing to put the work in.
    I bought the six figure program for exactly what this review said ” having affiliate marketing info compiled for me…” for $27! People who are whining about spending 27 and it doesn’t magically turn into a bizillion are missing the point for sure. No biz is cheaper to get started your learning and earning. Buy a franchise: $100,000 at least to start. Buy a hot dog cart :$10,000 plus to start.
    I made $600 last month, I’m just getting started and I am not in the sun over a grill for hours cooking dogs.

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    Veronica says:
    October 31st, 2012 at 3:03 am

    Ok. I am a single mom trying to keep my head above water and I AM NOT a six figure person or getting paid to say this. For anyone who is still trying to make this program work, I am still a newbie at this, but I have learned some of the basics on my own. If you want to access the video center, it’s in the menu bar when you sign in. I’ve also learned that if you skip any videos, you miss a step that keeps you wondering where that next step came from. I probably won’t make any money with this program, but I did feel a sense of pride when I created my website and saw it for the first time. I am a published author and felt the pride of seeing my book in print for the first time. My website with six figure promotes my book as well as other sites such as eBooks, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble.

    lala says:
    October 20th, 2012 at 6:16 pm

    You are probably one of the sixfigure program people. They paid you using our money so that you can lie on the website. You know the truth.

    SinicalShoe says:
    October 17th, 2012 at 3:58 pm

    By all means please share the url of your successful website so that we may learn from your experience.

    Penny says:
    September 29th, 2012 at 6:59 pm

    So how did you do it? I did everything the video said and I made zero!! Doesn’t the claim cash fill up your box with junk? I actually put forth an effort and worked on this for an entire month. I wasn’t looking to get rich but at least $ 20 like the videos said.
    I would like to know how you made the 600 bucks and what exactly did you have on your site?

    Jennifer says:
    September 14th, 2012 at 10:11 pm

    Jeff,

    I got my program about two weeks ago. I’ve watched all the training videos and still can’t figure out what it is exactly that I’m supposed to do to start earning money or how? I’ve e-mailed them twice and both times their response was to go back and watch the training videos again. I’ve watched them three times now and still don’t know what I’m missing. Any help you could give me would be appreciated.

    christy says:
    August 1st, 2012 at 1:16 am

    i bought the program but cant get into the training center website will you please help me thanks

    Tiffany says:
    July 21st, 2012 at 10:44 pm

    So does it really work and how much do you have to pay for the web hosting

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    new zealand says:

    July 3rd, 2012 at 11:51 am

    Hi there id just like to say that from experience I do think that the SFI program is a total scam and didnt give me what they promised. I joined last year and after sometime I wanted out. The thing that really annoyed me was the basic dull website they setup for me and the fact that you had to get web hosting from a company they were doing business with meaning that they get more cash for you joining this web hosting company. Just another way of getting money out of people. Then when I asked for a refund it took at least a month, yes I did get a refund ill give them that but I only got my refund through the F word, if uno what I mean. All in all their support system is a total joke, their promise to customers is pathetic and their audio, videos, website all are a joke. These are two gurus ripping off financially fragile people and for that they get a BIG FAT 0 from me.

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    Brooke says:

    June 30th, 2012 at 7:05 pm

    This is a joke. These guys are scammers and good at it. I build sites and thought – OK I’ll get this info. Not only do they take your $27.00 and teach you nothing, the quality of their classes are horrible, hard to understand and audio very poor. I already have hosting on HostGator but found out if I used my current service I would have to give up my private password info to Ben & Dave. I said no way. I went ahead and got another ‘baby’ hosting service through the prog. Well, they set the site it up so you have to click on stuff and of course they get $$ by ME clicking. Then they want you to do the “Quick Claim” scam where you have to give up all your private info to fill out forms and offers and it pays a few cents per form. Ridiculous!!! Not only that – there is no way to CUSTOMIZE the site they give you. All you can do is a few text changes through the Word Press prog they have. TOTAL RIPOFF!!!!

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    Veronica says:
    October 31st, 2012 at 3:16 am

    You can customize the way your website looks. If you click on the ‘settings’, you will see an option for ‘website template’. There are 3 settings for the look of your page and you might like one of those other 2 settings instead of the default. I’ve made many changes to my site and will keep trying for a month or two, but I won’t be buying any more ‘needed’ options like the pay-per-click. They tell you that if you pay $2 you can make a profit of $4. Why would anyone want to pay money just to double their money if they really don’t have the extra money to pay for that option in the first place, right? I went to the claim cash and filled out forms, but refused to give my credit card info for anything beyond buying my webhosting page.

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    Rich says:

    June 26th, 2012 at 6:31 pm

    I must admit, the way these turds talk about how easy it is, they really get my curiosity going. The old saying goes, if it’s too good to be true, it more than likely is too good to be true. I am a very lucky man. I ordered the dvd. It’s alot of gobbly gook. They talk and talk and talk. After using the dvd and sending them 27 bucks of my money, I decided to look up this blog and read of all the complaints.

    Thanks everyone, Rich

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    Rich says:
    June 26th, 2012 at 6:34 pm

    …..P.S. To clarify, I didn’t send them any money or anything else.

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    SMP says:

    June 18th, 2012 at 1:42 pm

    So far it has been a completely disappointing, time consuming, money thieving going no where experience.
    They charged my credit card two times and after multiple attempts through emails and phone calls no one has contacted me. I cant even find the site to login in and get the supposed directions to start the program. I am getting more and more irritated and my email box has been absolutely bombarded by emails from another affiiate marketer called my affiliate insider to the point of harassment. Big mistake trying this out.

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    Dana says:

    June 15th, 2012 at 8:13 pm

    if anyone is not satisfied with the six-figure program, then report it to the Better Business Bureau and trey will investigate it for you. I did that and they caught them and they said they would refund every bit of what I paid for the program. And they actually did, because they got caught.

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    smp says:
    June 18th, 2012 at 1:43 pm

    good idea im gonna do it today

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    Jeff says:

    June 12th, 2012 at 6:19 pm

    I ordered this program in March 2012 and did not receive anything after I ordered it. I tried to contact the sixfigureprogram and got nowhere. I tried to get a refund and to this date I do not have a contact still to get my money back. I went back to the website where I bought the program, and they did not email me back. I researched deeper and found a person named Jessica who I smalled and she said that she would refund my money. I did that about 2 months ago and have emailed her many times with still no refund. This is a scam. Do not order this program. If you want to know about affiliate marketing, there are numerous free sites to learn about this. These two clowns make money off people when it is free on the web. Total scam, and they should be arrested for this crime.

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    Dana says:
    June 15th, 2012 at 8:23 pm

    AAAAAAAmen!!! Thank you! I’m glad someone else see how it works too. Exactly, you must spend money to make money, and the economics part? well. that is true too, I am in economics right now in school, and it says, THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A FREE LUNCH!!!

    Dana says:
    June 15th, 2012 at 8:13 pm

    It is not host brain it is Host Gator and the coaching is not 500.00 it is 200. for 6 months and 200.00 for the remaining 6 months. You do not need to sell. You drive the traffic to you website that you create. Yes you can change the webpage, i have done it. It shows you how to in-crypt it too if you want. (shows a code for that) You refer the traffic to your websites that you made, and when they click on it, you get paid. You have offers that you can fill out for free and receive the payout that it says for however many you do, and you will get a check for those every week. I am doing this and it it wonderful.So be so quick to jump to conclusions about something that is here say about, just give it a try and see for yourself.

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    Jade says:

    June 7th, 2012 at 11:29 am

    So I signed up for the 27dollar already and after days they kept calling me for WEEKS!everyday
    The number I believe starts with208something but I never answer it
    today I got a call which is from my area code…and I picked up it’s the six figure program..
    THIS IS WAY TO WEIRD!!!!scary,

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    Hank says:

    June 7th, 2012 at 8:40 am

    Hi
    I am very interested in getting involved in this program. Your web site outlines that for 27.00 I will receive everything I need to make a lot of money. I will receive all of the training I need. I will receive the proper web site that will be effective to achieve the goals you have outlined. I will receive the information to properly place the web site for the maximum return.
    I am now reading that there is a lot more that I need to pay for. Why wouldn’t you discuss this in your original web site. My father, when he was old, got involved in one of these programs. He spent a lot of money over time always being coached into one more investment to hit it big. I must say it did keep his spirits up always hoping.
    This seems like a great market for you to approach. I have available huge lists of older folks 75 and up. You can connect with those people and probably hit it big. I also have very large lists of people with Alzheimer and the beginnings of dementia. These would be great people for you to contact. You could really hit it big with these people. Once people like you catch wind of this wonderful opportunity these lists will be sold quickly.
    You should act now. I will send you the lists, I will send you a training tape, I will send you this months journal “How To Rip Off Old Folks And Feel Good About It.” Other people like you have bought into this package. It is only 29.95. You can meet and travel with these other people. There are amazing benefits. The trip all of you are required to make is the one way trip to the sun.

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    Dana says:
    June 15th, 2012 at 8:28 pm

    Cute

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    Justin says:

    June 6th, 2012 at 11:12 pm

    Hi,

    I was following their training videos for a while, taking notes but I then realized some of their videos when Dave writes on the large paper, it is so out of focus and difficult to read? Another video shows them explaining the steps outside on the street but it’s hard to hear what they say due to the noisy traffic passing by! I created an account with BrainHost with my own domain name but the guy who designs the websites said he couldn’t access it. It took two weeks before they noticed that my domain name was already taken by someone else from another hosting site. And it also took them another week to cancel and start my new domain site. I basically paid $700 for 10,000 people of traffic and extra options but didn’t get any! I decided not to pursue with them due to wasting more than three weeks of my time!

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  • Skeptical says:

    June 3rd, 2012 at 10:15 pm

    Thanks everyone for all the feedback. I was not going to sign up without checking the legit reviews. When I get these emails a small part of me always wonders “what if?”. This could be the one program I need. I have to get it into my head that there is no magic bullet. IM is a tough slog and 95%+ fail. There are some decent courses online which teach wordpress etc. and affiliate marketing, but you still have to slog away at it. Most of the people making money online are doing it by trying to sell magical traffic generating plugins that don’t work, mentoring courses etc. etc.

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    Leah says:

    May 29th, 2012 at 1:39 pm

    Also, do research before applying somewhere sketch like this place. Read reviews! Their website, video, and the phrase “this is not a scam” all should have been signs to say hey turn around this does not look like a good idea. If they have to convince you their business is not a scam it is probably a scam. Plus, anyone with 6 figures should have enough cents or sense to spend on a good camera to shoot a “legit” video. If a business does not care enough to make a good video that is another indication it is a SCAM or just bad business. Don’t be apart of bad business.
    -Grow Up

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    a says:
    July 27th, 2012 at 10:35 am

    I want to thank everyone for their input, cause i just watched the video and i know not to persue it any further. You shouldn’t have to pay anything to work for someone, cause your helping them out. thanks again!

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    1h0nestbiz.com says:

    May 29th, 2012 at 1:07 pm

    They sucked me in. I paid the 27.00 then signed on w/ brain host. after a year of this I have figured out what the scam is!!!! Pay attention. If you were actually able to sell the products in which they claim you can, then you could make money. But you are unable to… Why??? Because the webpage they design which you are NOT ALLOWED to change prevents sales! That page looks like a scam. if I want to buy a phone or car insurance or anything and go surfing on the web. If I come across a page that has success on top of it why would I buy something from there? People buy into it because they want success for their business and 6fig says this works. One of the companies I signed on with told me she sees thousands of these they all look the same. She suggested to change companies. So guess what, I did I bought a new webdesign page . BUT between 6 fig and brain host they have locked it out. BEEN since SEPTEMBER of 2011 NOT A PENNY. TOTAL SCAM. buy the program, buy the book, buy the jet setters club, buy the web host, buy the coach for 500. more and guess what YOUR BROKE

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  • Ron says:

    May 29th, 2012 at 4:17 am

    How can anyone take their TV commercial seriously? I mean c’mon people, these guys are telling you they can show you how to make a 6 figure income, but can’t afford a real commercial? I just saw the commercial again a few minutes ago and didn’t believe a word they said. It looks & sounds like it’s shot in someone’s basement (probably one of their Mom’s) with a low end home video camera. The lighting is bad, the sound is bad, the writing is bad, even “Vince” selling the “Slapchop” is more believable.

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    Susan says:

    May 23rd, 2012 at 11:04 am

    I am going to the BBB to file a compaint. They are responding to the complaints on the BBB with refunds. I will see if they are following through with the refunds when I complain.

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    Dana says:
    June 15th, 2012 at 8:16 pm

    They sure will, I did the same thing and it worked because they got caught.

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    Johnny B says:

    May 18th, 2012 at 8:03 am

    As I said above, my experience was different. I paid the initial $27.00 and, when they asked for the second $27.00, I got uncomfortable, but figured I could do that amount to see what happens. The next day I had a bill come in that really needed immediatepayment, so I thought I would get my money back and do it again as soon as the money is available. When I called they were very pleasant, saying that it would take 2-3 days for the charges to reverse. The refund was there in my checking account the next morning.

    The next day I got a call from a guy named Joe Salizar. He asked where I would like to go with my business. He explained that it sould be necessary to have a web site which would cost a couple of hundred dollars.

    I, of course, wanted the initial expense to be the only one, but it made sense to me, if I wanted my own business, I would have to invest something. He said much lower cost is a benefit of starting a Web business, but there is still some cost. And, that his company can’t give extended training and other services for just $27.00, or, even, for the $27.00 and the second $27.00 for the training video. I just lost my contract…was cut off without even the work I had already done paid for, so I am scramblng to find something I can do to make money quickly. Hence, my willingness to beleve I could get started for $27.00. Back to reality. I have to stop believing someone will do a magic trick for me.

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    Dick B. says:
    June 12th, 2012 at 7:57 am

    So, why did you give this a 4 star rating?

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    Thomas says:

    May 14th, 2012 at 9:47 am

    All of you folks that are complaining and saying this is a scam do not understand how business works. YOU MUST SPEND MONEY TO MAKE MONEY! Period; there is no easy way around it. Risk is part of any self-employment endeavor, and if you are not prepared to invest in yourself by following through with what the coaches tell you; keep slaving for someone else! More market segments for me! Take an economics class and you will learn, “there is no such thing as a free lunch.” So they asked you to invest in yourself by spending little capital, aka cash, so you can learn how to properly work this system. It works. Why do you think all the businesses allow individuals to do this? Because it saves them money of course! It’s cheaper for individuals like me and others to advertise for them. It works if you work it! A lazy, complaisant attitude will set you up for failure in anything you do. Take a risk or two! You may be surprised! Ney Sayers don’t bother responding; spend your time educating yourself!

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  • Sportigl says:

    April 27th, 2012 at 2:46 pm

    I just signed up last week – unfortunately it was before I read all these reviews – YIKES !!! I listened to the telecall with Ben and Dave yesterday and bought the DVD package for $ 290.00- with the Templates making $ 100,000 . Hope I didn’t get ” SUCKERED ” !!!!

    Kenny from PROSPER just called and told me about 3 different options for ” coaching” . Yes, they do ask for for $$ . You have the decision to choose what is best for you or I think none actually.

    @ Sid – who is Chris Farrel who helps with sites ?

    @ Jake- did you get your money back ???

    Can anyone honestly say they have had success with this program ?? If so, how long did it take you to make reasonable amount of money ???

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    kevin nieves says:
    April 29th, 2012 at 12:19 pm

    does this work don’t want to spend hard earned money on a fake promise. and then b stuck with no help to the things i really need help with like bills and mortgage.

  • Sid says:

    April 25th, 2012 at 1:08 pm

    Jazzman that’s real stand up of you to offer that info. And here’s the thing. If someone wants to “take the money” and deal with it yourself it’s not really your business. Look for someone who’s gonna show you how to do it yourself, and who hands out enough free info on their site to give a quick study enough information to work it out themselves. IE Chris Farrel. Do a little research before you pay for something. Although I must admit i have to thank the lot of you for looking into this before me and saving me the hassle of throwing away what little money i have. Although your sacrifices were more than you deserved, they serve to warn others.

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    bestbilly says:

    April 22nd, 2012 at 8:33 pm

    i’ve looked all over the internet for legitimate ways to make money on the internet as i’ve laid off for a loooong time. short of saying these guys are mini-pyramid schemes, the way they seem to make money although through their B.S. presentations they say there trying to help us, really they are helping themselves to our money if we let them! think about it for a minute if i buy and a thousand others buy their $27 product or 10K more do it they’ve made between 27,000 dollars and 270,000 dollars in one sitting and if they have to give a little to others to keep them around oh well! look at the sales pitch cancelled cheques with no names and people that aren’t real people making the supposed moola! what i’ve read on the internet is the fbi and other law enforcement may come in and do a clean sweep on a lot of these people as scammers and mail fraud! watch out people because most real legit marketers don’t ever pay the kind of money these people claim ie the babe that makes 6700-7500/mth. on the internet hell she’s had at least 10 aliases in the last 2-3 yrs. buyer beware! thanks and good luck,bestbilly

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    donna bailey says:

    April 19th, 2012 at 3:30 pm

    I would like to have my 27.00 returned. I’m not interested in your program.

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    EDDIE says:

    April 16th, 2012 at 7:20 pm

    Do not know if it is scam but when the lady called me several days after signing up for $27.00 dollars and offered a teaching program for 12000 to 15000 dollars and then cut the price to 5000 dollars i figured this is not a good program to invest in.

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  • Gerry Johnson says:

    April 10th, 2012 at 3:34 pm

    You will notice there is no phone number so you can call and cancel.
    and your unable to send an e-mail because it is returned as no such e-mail. Also after you pay the $27.00 with your credit card there is a $200+ for other material you will need to help you. So Dave or Ben if you read this May I have my $27.00 back?

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    Eli says:
    June 5th, 2012 at 12:51 am

    I am currently going through the cancellation process myself. I asked for refund and within one day a customer service representative contacted me through email and verified the refund process.
    If they don’t refund the money on time, then there is a very easy way to get your money back. Call your credit card company and dispute the charges. They will send you a dispute form, you sign it, and you don’t have to pay the amount on your account. That’s it. Let the credit card companies deal with them, I bet you they will get their money back instantly.

    Lori says:
    May 25th, 2012 at 12:11 am

    good luck i paid the 27.00 and pd for my domain never got anything I was promised except people trying to get money outta me when I asked for my money back the brain host people said it was too late and 6 figure never responded all my hopes were squashed now months later its time to renew my domain and all the sudden I have a website I dont know what to do with. Just my luck

    April says:
    April 17th, 2012 at 12:42 am

    Other fees for things to help you.. like what?? I’m curious, because I sent them an email asking what other costs would arise after paying for the website for a year.. and simply received a reply stating, “there are no other costs.”

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    Tim says:

    April 9th, 2012 at 4:56 pm

    I decided to back out of this deal after reading some reviews. Unfortunately they have my phone number and call relentlessly. Don’t deal with these idiots!

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    Mario says:

    April 9th, 2012 at 1:05 pm

    i should have known .. anybody can save to take a trip these two guys look like they aren’t two steps from the projects !!

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    Becky says:

    April 5th, 2012 at 4:23 pm

    It is difficult to find ANYTHING online that ISN’T a scam of some sort. Beware of everyone. If anyone promises to make you rich run quickly the other direction. I have been trying for years to find an honest way to make money online. Finally, I built a good website with information to share and now I have a good number of visitors..I just need a way to make money on it. I don’t understand how the “guru’s” make so much money! They certainly don’t want to share it with anyone else. They might say they do but they certainly don’t ACT like they do. Is honesty a thing of the past?? If there is an honest way to make good money, PLEASE tell me!!! I am dying to know!!!

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    Christopher SOwa says:
    April 10th, 2012 at 2:50 pm

    don’t buy this program unless you want a website for a year. I bought both programs for $27 and when my Mentor found out I couldn’t afford a website he stopped being nice.. he wouldn’t help me get my money back. I’ve called many, many times. pleading for my money back(via voice mail), because NO ONE ANSWERS THE PHONE. I’ve emailed them asking for my money back and everything… THEY Don’t help at all.. ONLY WHEN YOUR GIVING MONEY!!!! I just needed some time so I could save up, but no!!! I’m laid off and I could use that money really, really bad.

    And then I had a Prosper company call me. and try to lend a helpful ear, but all they want is a couple hundred Dollars so they could help you make $1000′s in stead of $100′s… They help them.. I asked if he could help me get my money,back he said “No” but we can help you make money… ha ha ha. what ever.. Thanks for nothing John Paul,or what every your name is…… for nothing

    WJ says:
    April 9th, 2012 at 12:25 pm

    Be very careful. They never respond to their emails. I have been requesting to cancel since the beginning of January and never get a response back from their customer service. Do not buy SIX FIGURE PROGRAM IT IS A RIP OFF.

    Burned says:
    April 7th, 2012 at 8:30 am

    Be wary of Six-figure program. They go hand-in-hand with HostGator. Be careful. They talk fast and plenty.

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    CreepedOut says:

    April 4th, 2012 at 11:40 pm

    So, I’m extremely creeped out at this program. I received an e-mail tonight that looked like from a friend, with the link to it. Looking into it, I see that 95% of people believe it to be a scam. Then, I receive another e-mail on a separate account…appearing to be from another friend??? Too weird that it would happen in the same night…no way can this be legit!!!!!

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    Larry W. says:

    April 4th, 2012 at 10:51 pm

    So many of you are calling this a scam and I have to disagree with you completely. From the beginning Dave and Ben, of the SFP, said that this is not a get rich quick scheme and that you are going to dedicate time to making it work. I have received training from their sites and get help from the customer service people when I’ve called. In the training Dave and Ben tell you right where to go to get the information you need to get your affiliates and how to get traffic to your site. It does take work, and maybe a little “trial by error” but it will pay off. Through Hostgator there is a free website builder so you can build additional sites with different domains and add affiliates to those sites. All this was discussed by Dave and Ben, then you just have to put forth a little effort to make it work. For all those who call it a scam it’s obvious you didn’t put forth much effort. How many of you have started a business without any financial outlay, you have to spend money to make money.

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    Linda says:
    April 21st, 2012 at 6:50 am

    It may be true that you need to spend money to make money; however they do not let you know up front that you will need to put out more money. They straight out lie and say this is the only money you will need to pay the $27.00 to get started to make money. Once you get into appling for the program it is true you never get more information without paying more money up front. I paid $149.55 for nothing. As of today I have recieved nothing no e-mail with information that can help start anything. When the Prosper guy called me he kept saying I need $600 more dollars. When he heard in my voice that I was not interested in putting out more money he told me he had to go and would send me a free packet to help me and call me back tomorrw. Well I looked at the packet and my computer gave me a warning about opening the site. I just deleted the sight. I hope they do not have a way into my computer just by doing that. If they do they will not get anything I do not handle any of my business by computer. I have always been concerned about doing that. Maybe I should stop trying to do business by computer all together, it is true all you get is someone making money by scamming others. Look at this sixfigureprogram when you read all of us even you who say you are making money now were asked for more money up front. Well you recieved something you say to help you get started to make money. I got absolutly nothing! No e-mail, no informaton at all nothing for my money! Also we all were told different things and ask for different amounts of money. Whoever you are do not fall for this very bad Scam!

    Angie says:
    April 20th, 2012 at 10:47 pm

    I’m with DJ!!!

    DJ says:
    April 18th, 2012 at 11:50 am

    I think Larry works for Dave and Ben, unless he IS Dave or Ben.

    Linda F says:
    April 11th, 2012 at 12:47 pm

    How much money are we talking? I am on a very limited income and will have to be extremely careful with every cent I spend.

    Keona K. says:
    April 9th, 2012 at 12:47 am

    THAT’S RIGHT!

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    RBFtheir info says:

    April 3rd, 2012 at 10:55 pm

    This company accessed my e-mail contacts somehow and mailed information to all of my contacts as if I had personally mailed them. This is beyond scary.

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    KR says:
    April 23rd, 2012 at 8:15 pm

    They accessed my sisters email and I thought she forwarded information to me. She said no,it was spam.

    Mark says:
    April 5th, 2012 at 12:46 pm

    Same thing happened to my good friend, thats how I found out about this. His contacts were hacked and others were sent this info. One thing though was his email address was only different by the email provider, he uses gmail and this was sent to me from an aol account. Someone has gone to alot of trouble passing this off as legitimate!!!

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    Tim says:

    April 2nd, 2012 at 11:52 am

    Thanks for all the info
    I just would like to know what in the world is done
    Who is brain host
    Thanks
    Tim
    Any honest job to do

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    Michelle says:
    April 3rd, 2012 at 6:48 pm

    Brain Host is a webhosting company like ‘Hostgater’, Hostjester’, ‘SecureOnline hosting’

    I have a website with Brainhost and they are fantastic. They are helpful if their is a problem with your hosting, very affordable they can drive traffic to your site, they can even build you a website. I have been with them since July 2011 and I recommend that you check them out.

  • Jake says:

    March 30th, 2012 at 6:07 pm

    Hey all. I fell into the same trap that so many of you have been discussing as well. I did call the 866-448-4593 number that others said to post. I did talk to a real person, and they said that my refund for the two payments of 27$ would take 3-4 business days to return to my bank account. I hope it works.

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    CreepedOut says:
    April 5th, 2012 at 11:24 am

    Hey, Jake-
    Just wondering if you got your refund as they said??? Sure hope so!

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    Carolina says:

    March 29th, 2012 at 11:49 pm

    DO not click! It’s a SCAM. You sign up for $27 and by the second step you need to put more money…. DO NOT BUY THIS SCAM. I’ve been trying for weeks to get my money back and all I get is automatic responses.

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  • Amy B. says:

    March 26th, 2012 at 1:10 am

    I am glad that I found this site. I had gotten Ben and Dave advertisement through my email and it looked interesting enough. I am 30 yrs old woman caring for an elderly mother and cant leave the house often so I was interested [and still am] in doing work from my computer. Thankfully I had the common sense to investigate the matter further and found this review before I committed myself to buying their product. While I am still interested in AFFILIATED MARKETING I do want to be safe about it; why pay for info and such when I can search the web or go onto youtube and find the same thing out for free and cut out the middle man.

    Can anyone direct me to a free web host/domain site that I could start up at?

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    Burned says:
    April 7th, 2012 at 8:33 am

    yahoo Small Business. Avoid HostGator

  • sim says:

    March 21st, 2012 at 6:15 pm

    i just ordered my package, so you all saying that this is a scam????????

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    Joshua says:

    March 18th, 2012 at 6:28 pm

    The SFP is not a scam! They teach you step by step how to get the ball rolling. If you want a website online period, or one that will make you money if you put effort in it then you have to pay for it. If you want to learn how to get into affiliate marketing like SFP teaches you(imagine it as a really great school) then you have to pay for it. I’ve learned in about an hour with the six figure program, what ive been trying to learn on and off for the last 4 years. Yes the six figure program’s website that they build for you does look like crap, but they tell you in the program its going to look like crap. I just used the website they built to practice and play with to better understand things. Long story short the knowledge that you will learn with SFP is well worth the money they charge for the program!

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    JJ says:
    May 23rd, 2012 at 1:54 pm

    can you help more of us? I bought the program and spent money on Brain host………

    DJ says:
    April 18th, 2012 at 11:55 am

    Who paid you to say that? I am in affiliate marketing and reviewed this kit for my friend. It is a total scam. NOTHING is useful. I helped him more in three hours than this kit does in 1 year.

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    Madeline says:

    March 14th, 2012 at 6:03 pm

    The information is simple to understand for a beginner. Of course for $27 dollars you get started and if you want advanced stuff then you can by more of their products. For a start for me that is excellent.

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  • Kenneth Walker says:

    March 11th, 2012 at 6:45 pm

    I am interested in the program, but do not have the funds to get started. I would like to know how I can get started and pay the membership fee when I have the funds?.

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    Bon says:
    April 8th, 2012 at 7:38 pm

    I got the program at no cost and am elated. They put it all together for you and if you don’t want to work hard for your money don’t get into it. If you can’t afford $27 then go get a job, you need one, then come back and spend $27 plus whatever it will cost to be successful. Stop your whining and take action or go get a job and whine there and get fired.

    later, reading your comments makes me ill..

    rose says:
    March 31st, 2012 at 7:59 pm

    Hello jazzman58,
    I read your reply to Kenneth,
    Thank you for all this info. I purchase SFP and then to my surprise i t took me to another area where i had to pay 148$ but I stop myself and happy so i will need some more info if you don’t mind. thnx u so much

    jazzman58 says:
    March 16th, 2012 at 12:21 pm

    Ken;

    you DO NOT need to buy the program. Just pay the yearly fee to have your site hosted. I used brainhost.com since it was the one offered
    through their program. I did view all their videos and basically it is just stuff you can find online.

    once you have your website built, become an affiliate with retail folks.
    Try “linkshare.com” or “www.cj.com”, also many well know sites have
    affiliate programs (like amazon.com, buy.com)

    as a registered affiliate, whenever anyone goes to your website and clicks on the link to that site and buys something you get a commission. But it is not as easy as ben and dave says it is,

    way to get traffic is to pay for it, like microsoft.com has something called adcenter where for a fee and based off of key words you will
    have visibility to your site.

    google has something similar, think it is called adwords

    I started my site in Dec 2011 buying the $27 six figure program, then buying brainhost services bought it up to over $200.

    any questions let me know, but DO NOT expect the big $$$$ they say , it takes alot of work, some $$

  • pam says:

    March 7th, 2012 at 10:35 am

    Run for the hills!!! If something sounds to good to be true, it generally is! I am so glad I found this site. I was entertaining the thought of checking this out. But my common sense said, “hold up, wait a minute, check this out further” so glad I did.

    Thanks to all who shared.

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    Ackeem Kipp says:
    March 14th, 2012 at 3:43 am

    Hi Pam, I wanted to know how did you go about starting the program after purchasing the 27 dollar c.d and how is it treating you so far ?

  • Jeffrey Mathis says:

    March 5th, 2012 at 5:07 pm

    Why is almost everything a scam!!

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    Jane says:
    April 18th, 2012 at 9:26 pm

    Because marketers prey on the gullible as well as the unemployable. I found this out when I learned that TV Writers Vault was a scam site conducted by former Merv Griffin Studios exec Joseph Scott Manville. His name isn’t even turned up as a legit industry professional on Wikipedia. Even better than the “too good to be true” catchphrase is this–If it’s not on Wikipedia, it’s not legit.

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    Vlada Von Shats says:

    March 2nd, 2012 at 7:29 pm

    a scam…….try getting your money back from them…they even refused to provide me with the physical or mailing address for notification…I am so suing…

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    pamela says:
    March 5th, 2012 at 9:36 pm

    this # has nothing to do with this six figure income. I just called it to try and cancel my order and am getting a message re: thank you for calling the student something or another. where did you get this # from?

    Jackie says:
    March 5th, 2012 at 8:30 am

    Read down towards the bottom and the real number for a refund is listed by this woman. The # is 866-448-4593, and they actually got to speak to someone- live. I feel bad for all of you who ordered. Thank you for posting this information because I was about to order and I’m glad that I didn’t. Good luck!

  • Brenda Morales says:

    March 2nd, 2012 at 2:09 pm

    I am so glad I googled this! I almost clicked the button to order, but logic kicked in.There are no get rich quick schemes-think I will just continue on with college and earn my paycheck later.

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    ann says:
    March 5th, 2012 at 4:52 am

    HEY-
    I just spent 32 minutes on a chat with Nicholas because the amount of 3.71 per month was not the amount that showed up when I put in all my billing info. Hmmmm. It was almost twice as much. Can you help me out here?

  • JR says:

    February 28th, 2012 at 7:06 pm

    I know some people won’t like what I,m about to say, but for what it’s worth….I hear this is a SCAM, SCAM, SCAM! People..everything is not a SCAM. You can do it on your own. You don’t need Ben, Dave, or anybody. Just you. Pick your product, whatever it is that you love to do, get yourself an affiliate web-site that offers hosting as well, and advertise it! That’s it. There is no magic PROGRAM that’s going to generate you money. How do I know? Been there, Done that! Now I do ALL of it on my own, and so can you. I’m not rich, but I’m not complaining.

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    K says:
    March 12th, 2012 at 4:50 pm

    how would you get the product first and the company would like for someone to pay before getting it rite. But do you know company they would give someone a % of what you sell they get from there warehouse.

    carla says:
    March 2nd, 2012 at 2:01 pm

    hey jr thanks for the info but do you know where i can get an affiliate website that offers hosting?

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    Chugabug says:

    February 28th, 2012 at 5:29 pm

    I bought into this also. I did get the training package for free, so I wasn’t out the 27 bucks. I did find that if you wanted to create your own site from the one they “set up” for you, you can’t really. The website is mirrored so that SFI is linked to it and cuts into your money. Claim cash does not work. They do not explain in their video vault how to link the affiliate sites to your website. You will not get rich on this site. I have requested a refund of my hosting fee and have found a free website and free hosting package for my domain. I will use my own methods of affiliate marketing and cut them out of my profits. Do not waste your time.

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    mary says:
    October 10th, 2012 at 4:29 pm

    Hi.i want to know where to go to get that free website and free hosting package from

    ann says:
    March 5th, 2012 at 5:00 am

    Hi What site and how can i get it? They sounded so sincere

  • Vic says:

    February 26th, 2012 at 6:58 pm

    Thank God I found this website before I bought the package. I’m a skeptic by nature but right now I’m unemployed and money is scarce so I clicked on this link from a webpage I was on and it brought me to “six figure income site” and it looked all good but then my logical side told me to do some research and I googled scams and that’s when I found this site.

    Your doing a great service by exposing this scam.

    Thanks again
    Vic.

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    jessi says:
    February 27th, 2012 at 11:28 am

    i agree with Vic. It sounds so good but thank God for scam sites

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    takentoo says:

    February 24th, 2012 at 12:48 pm

    I don’t feel so bad writing in my review since I see I have not been the only one taken by this. And YES, I can certainly see now that this IS a scam of sorts. Mine was the $27 for the program and another $27 for for the possible affiliates list. I am in the midst of canceling my hosting package with Hostgator, will see how that works with getting my money back for the hosting part. At the same time I was doing that I received a call from someone who ‘works’ for the SFP. I had quite the conversation with him letting him know I did NOT appreciate how SFP goes about ‘baiting’ people with their idea of marketing affiliate. That if they were legit they would be even more upfront with all the ‘selling of services’ they would be trying to do to help out the once you’ve bought into the program. While I will call this a scam, it is not a scam as such of just taking your money and running. It is a scam to get you to bite at their idea and then they will try to sell you services to ‘help’ you go further. I do not like the idea of behind-the-scenes sales…had this all been put up front in their website a lot of us would have been saved from a lot of headaches and out of the $$ spent. So, i’m out a total of $54, plus the cost of purchasing the domain name. I’ve contacted Hostgator and am hoping to at least get my money back for the hosting package which i enthusiastically purchased 3 yrs worth…$143. I have also had to send an email to hostgator to cancel the revolving renewal of the domain name which I don’t need now.
    If you haven’t hit the buy button…DON’T.

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    Jackie says:
    March 5th, 2012 at 8:35 am

    Hello! I’m just trying to give the info that was given by a woman towards the bottom of these posts. She was very nice and gave a number where you can actually speak to someone- live. That # that she gave is: 866-448-4593. Try calling this number. I did not buy this program, I almost did but thanks to all of you I am glad! Good luck!

  • Zman says:

    February 23rd, 2012 at 1:53 am

    Thanks to everyone who posted their bad experiences with this company. Reviews like this prevent innocent people strapped for cash trying to make a living from getting ripped off by these idiots.

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    Cindy says:

    February 19th, 2012 at 10:16 am

    Report all these problems/scams to BBB (Better Business Bureau) to complain against this business.

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  • Kriste N. says:

    February 17th, 2012 at 3:38 pm

    thank you all for all the info. I almost got sucked into this scam

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    Mor says:

    February 1st, 2012 at 10:57 am

    looks like scam to me
    more than 2 weeks since i paid and do the first step in the training which include buying domain and web hosting service (another &150 which I didn’t expect when join the program) and all I’ve got from them is spam and spam and auto respond for my contacting them…
    hope I will get the refund…

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    Jackie says:
    March 5th, 2012 at 8:26 am

    If you read down a little further then there is a woman who gives the number to get a refund and the # is 866-448-4593. Good luck to all who is trying to get a refund. I read a little further down and one woman got a chance to actually speak to someone. Thank you to all for posting about this company. I was going to order but something stopped me and I decided against it for sure.

    michelle says:
    February 10th, 2012 at 5:53 pm

    Try out the program!!! I got the training videos for “free”! If you click out their page enough times it will give it to you for “free” just don’t pay the hundreds of dollars! Come on now! It takes hard work to make any business work! Just be smart about it use your common sense! Yeah, they are rich “bastards” and did the hard work it takes to make a affiliate marketing site work! You wont get “rich” from it like they say “which they should stop telling people that” but,a good part time income “yes” and when you sign up with “brain host” you get to keep the domain name and not even mess with those guys! Ok? Have a blessed day!

    AMcDaniel7272 says:
    February 5th, 2012 at 7:14 pm

    Hello Mor,

    I was on it as well, but I felt like they wanted more money more money. I would call Customer Services and get your money like I did. Its not worth it.

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    Crystal Walker says:

    January 30th, 2012 at 1:39 pm

    I was very interested in the six figure program, working from home so that I could be home with my 15 month old daughter. I paid the $27 start up fee so that I could watch the videos they provided that explained what I would be doing and how much money I could make. But then after all of that i was required to pay $400 for them to set up a website for myself so that I could start working right away. I do not have that kind of money as I am a single mother and barely making it as it is. To get to the point, right from the beginning they stated over and over that after you paid the $27 start up fee and found that the six figure program was not for you they guaranteed %100 money back guarantee. I have been trying to get my $27 back for weeks now with no success. Dave and Ben have both stated in emails that they have no record where I spent any money into their so called business. My Visa card shows that I did and they still deny it. $27 is pennies to them and I do not understand why they have a problem giving my money back. I am not saying they are a scam but they are not stand up guys in my opinion. If anyone can help me get my money back please contact me.

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    ann says:
    March 5th, 2012 at 5:05 am

    yes dittos on the ccard contact. its your right to dispute charges after you have made an effort to clear it up on your own.Why do people treat others like this? you know? Is ta a sociopath tendency? or what, any way they are not going to keep my money, because I will dispute it all.
    To better days….
    Ann

    Jerry says:
    February 22nd, 2012 at 10:03 am

    Call your credit card company (number of back of the card) and dispute the charge, tell them what is happening to you. Credit card company will contact them. When they tell the card company they have no record of you the company should remove the charge from your card.

    nancy says:
    February 6th, 2012 at 4:16 pm

    I would also like to know if anybodys got intouch with customer service . I have emailed them , and called them over and over. so please let me know if anyone has actually contacted them or have actually spoken to the customer service for your refund.

    Linda says:
    February 2nd, 2012 at 5:44 pm

    How did you even get anyone to talk to you? I’ve called all the 800 numbers, e-mailed them, tried the online chat and still can’t get any answers. I have put all the money into creating my web site and everything else and I’m getting e-mails every day. Now the e-mails are saying that it doesn’t appear that I’ve signed up! How did you ever get a hold of them?

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    Jess says:

    January 30th, 2012 at 2:39 am

    WOW! Thank goodness for all of your reviews. I see things like this all the time and wonder “is it a scam? it has to be… ” Just for my own curiosity, I Googled the program and came to this website. I think what some of the others said like having your own website and adding affiliates is the much better way to go. Forget the scam artists and walk away. Thanks again!

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    Jeanette says:

    January 29th, 2012 at 1:56 pm

    This is a program to make somebody rich, however certainly it is not you, maybe SFP owners. The program was offered to me at first for $79.00 than it was offered for $49.00 than for $27.00.
    Stupidly, even though this should have been a red flag I still bought it…. Than I started reading what I should do and of course you need to buy their software, and than pay extra money for the host……another $200. So before you do anything you must pay in advance a lot of money.

    This program may work for some, however after reading all the posted reviews here (and thank you all) I have decided it is not worth it for me, it scared me.
    I have asked for a refund and got a very nasty email from Ben. (I would have loved to post his email here for you to see, but I am afraid….)

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    Kali says:
    March 8th, 2012 at 3:55 pm

    that number 866-448-4593 is the one you should call Jackie is right im on the phone with them as we speak getting a refund i invested over 200$ in it and i cant even see my website!! i better get all my money back from this and host gator im furious!!!

    Jackie says:
    March 5th, 2012 at 8:41 am

    Wow! You should post his email for everyone to read. That will help others to clearly see that this is a scam. Don’t be afraid! What can he do? I wish I could post it. The # for the refund is 866-448-4593. This # was given in these posts by a woman who said that she spoke to someone-live. I know I keep putting the word ‘live’ but that is important in these days. I did not order thanks to nice people like you and this is why I keep posting that refund # that was listed. I want to help others out like others have helped me by posting the truth about this company. I wish there was an honest way to make money from home.

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    Pattyanny says:

    January 27th, 2012 at 7:14 am

    Don’t do it!! You’ll have so many companies calling you telling you your website won’t work unless you pay for their services too. It’s such a scam!! I wish there could be a civil law suit so I could recoup some of my money!!

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    Kali says:
    March 8th, 2012 at 3:58 pm

    Call 866-448-4593
    i just called and got my money refunded it takes about a week though i signed up for this today then read this and quickly changed my mind im furious because i cant even see the website i so called “created”

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    Michele says:

    January 23rd, 2012 at 12:12 pm

    Here is a phone number to call to get your refund: 1-866-448-4593
    This was posted with the charge on my Cr.card. I called and they agreed to refund.

    These guys just need to think “outside” the box if they are going to market this talent to the public……The public wants to know that what money is charged up front in order to know that it is realistic to even consider. Yes, what they do is real, and you could do it the really time-consuming way yourself…..or you can use them to jump-start. BUT all of you need to know that they probably own the host ($$making money), they probably own Prosper (which needs some desperate training!!! ($????), and they are selling all the bits and pieces DVD’s ($$)………on and on……… These will get you going much faster than if you did it on your own.
    Too bad they can’t just tell you this!!!

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    Tiffany says:
    February 3rd, 2012 at 11:38 am

    Thank you for posting this number on here! I have been calling the 1-800 number for weeks and trying to send e-mails. Nobody would respond back to me. I called the number you posted today and someone answered!! They said they will refund the money so I will find out in a couple of days if they did! Thank you once again. SFP is a joke.

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    Jim says:

    January 18th, 2012 at 10:49 am

    DON’T DO IT. THIS IS A SCAM AND HAS BEEN INVESTIGATED BY CAREER BUILDER AND IDENTIFIED AS SUCH. SEE THE FOLLOWING REPLY THAT I RECEIVED WHEN REPORTING THEM:

    Hello,

    Thank you again for contacting CareerBuilder’s Trust and Site Security Team. We appreciate you bringing this information to our attention.

    Upon review of your report, we have determined that the details provided are associated with a Payment Processing or Re-shipping Scam. The message should be disregarded. Any communication with individuals connected to the original message should cease and future correspondence attempts ignored.

    **REPORT IT**

    For more information on how to report and respond to a suspected scam: http://www.fraudaid.com/solution_center/menu.htm

    Internet Crime Complaints can be filed at: http://www.ic3.gov
    Suspected scam email messages can be forwarded to the Federal Trade Commission at: spam@uce.gov

    **ADDITIONAL INFORMATION**

    The following web pages provide more information on ways to protect yourself online.

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    Regards,

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    Scott says:

    January 17th, 2012 at 11:49 am

    Stay away from the Six Figure Program. I subscribed a couple of days ago and polished off their meager training library in about 10 minutes and learned nothing I didn’t already know. Their videos are embarrassing. Garbage quality, brief, no information. Even as a member, virtually everything from that point forward costs more money. The only folks making money at SFP are Ben and Dave. Thank God, I didn’t get involved with Brainhost. Pitiful. Just pitifully bad.

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    Lionheart says:

    January 15th, 2012 at 10:04 pm

    I must be the latest victim for Dave C & Ben M and their six figure program. I’ve been looking for “the light on the other side of the tunnel” and sought this could be it. I ordered this crap on the twelve of this month even though I read all the reviews you guys have posted. I didn’t know I had to make any additional investment such as $212 to Brainhost and such. I am in a pretty tied unemployed budget. So, what’s $27 right?. To make the story short I have tried to cancel my order at least 5 times already, they acknowledge the receive of my petition yet they continue to send me “success stories”. Help, what do I need to do to get my $27 bucks back in my credit card? after all they offer 90 days money back warranty if you’re not satisfied. who do I need to write a letter or to call or what have you, I’ll do it.

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    Kali says:
    March 8th, 2012 at 4:02 pm

    Call 866-448-4593
    i signed up today then tried to get to my website and COULDN’T then i was brought to this site and quickly changed my mind called 866-448-4593 and got to actually talk to somebody and received my refund

    ann says:
    March 5th, 2012 at 5:10 am

    call your c card company and dispute the charges and it will get resolved. That’s your right, and my goodness, after reading all this I will be in the AM. I thought they were a couple of real guys just trying to make a few bucks to share their secret and help others out. WOW.

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    Tatt says:

    January 13th, 2012 at 12:53 am

    Six Figure Program has the affiliate link of Brainhost on their website. Once we register with Brainhost, Six Figure Program gets a commission. The phone number is set to a voicemail. Their email response is also set to same messages all over again which is “watch the video”. If you get an error message while trying to publish your site, that is because they set it like that so they will charge for more money to get your site run and so on. I paid them $27 which i have already file a dispute claim and cancell my card. I called Brainhost and explained to them my situation and asked them to cancell all records i had with them regarding that website. They did it. And now i still have my domain name with them and i will start building my own website (more like will ask my husband to do it for me) and youtube how to put affiliate links on my site.
    Brainhost is expensive but they have a great service. So i have decided to continue with them.
    Please please please be careful with Six Figure Program!!!!
    Good luck everyone
    Tatt

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    Missy Blue Rain says:

    January 13th, 2012 at 12:34 am

    I AM so dissapointed that people can take money from you like SFP and Brainhost knowing that they are scamming you., I get no help. They send you claim money sites that you cant even use. They dont answer your emails, calls etc. SFP insist you use Brainhost so they work together. I am not happy. Did ask for refund…let see what happens as talk is cheap especially there Video stating full money back guarentee.

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    M Wallace says:

    January 11th, 2012 at 12:46 am

    I purchased the six figure program back in October 2011, maybe September 2011, today is January 10,2012, and the first day I am able to go public and the only reason I was able to go public, was because I
    had to go with another hosting company and away From Brain Host), then I purchased a resell account through the new hosting company,in order for six figure not be able to access my main domain c panel information and destroy my main website,(which was exactly what happened) it was crazy. Brain Host customer reps are very rude, and do not have the patient to help you through anything you need help with. I can’t tell you anymore at this time as this is the first day I am up. Good luck to everyone. By the way I was able to get my refund from Brain Host.

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    kevin davison says:
    January 29th, 2012 at 10:33 am

    can you tell me or direct me where to go,to learn how to follow a similar path so i can do what you have done, my wife has ms and i work 2 jobs,i need to make more money so i can take care of her myself and keep her out of a nursing. were on a limited income [min wages] can not afford 2 be taken advantage of.

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    M Wallace says:

    January 10th, 2012 at 6:10 pm

    I purchased the six figure program back in October 2011, maybe September 2011, today is January 9,2012, and the first day I am able to go public and the only rea From Brain Host), then purchase a resell account through the new hosting company,in order for six figure not be able to access my main domain c panel information and destroy my main website,(which was exactly what happened) it was crazy. Brain Host customer reps are very rude, and do not have the patience to help you through anything you need help with. I can’t tell you anymore at this time as this is the first day I am up. Good luck to everyone.

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    Kari Boyd says:

    January 10th, 2012 at 2:55 pm

    The only ones that have made any money is the six figure program. It is all about selling you more and more. I have bought it, the web hosting, the books. Have not made a penny. Got social networking, linked In, Google etc. still nothing. Now they want $500. to help me make money. This Investment is bogus, nobody has bought any of the products I am advertising through their commission junction program, NOT ONE. Its been almost 7 months now.

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    new zealand says:

    January 10th, 2012 at 8:03 am

    Wow it has been been a while since i posted a comment, i have said all i needed to about the SFI. Over the past few months i have researched non stop for work online jobs/buisness. I spent months of tiredless nights and days thinking of the best way possible to earn a decent income at home. I have seen many scams and guru’s out there praying on fragile individuals ripping them off left right and centre and i am appalled that no one can stop these jerks in their tracks. One thing i can definitly say for sure is that without these scam artists and guru’s i wouldn’t have learn’t what i know today..How to maintain a sensible way of thinking. Its so simple really. Do the research people, ask around, join chat rooms or forums on the company and if u find a s**t load of bad reviews then just keep away all together. It is too good to be true if it sounds to easy believe me, but also keep in mind that YES you do have to spend money to make money and you do have to actually work for your money. Never join or buy a program if you are unsure and never buy a program if all you expect is to get paid stright away u will hit the ground so fast you wont know what hit ya……

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    Miss B. says:
    January 15th, 2012 at 8:49 pm

    So did you find an online job? Should I just give up this online job thing?

  • Preston says:

    January 10th, 2012 at 7:52 am

    My dad asked me to check out this website for him so I clicked on the link and led me to this Six Figure income deal (“cnbc.com-money.us”, which is a fake site “cnbc.com” is the real news site btw). My name is Preston, I catch on to things REALLY quick. I guess you can call me a business advisor/analyst (even though people don’t seem to take my advice and then they lose out a bunch of money, then I’d laugh and say I told you so). I’m not trying to boast, I just want to give you the facts and to teach you some internet business common-sense. Let me tell how this game works. People would want to kill me by telling you this information.

    Some of you have probably found another site that attracted you to this program. But if you notice that is how this business works. Sort of a ring around the rosey type of deal. The guys who developed this program just made it so irresistible to pass up. The testimonies presented, maybe you seen a Lambo, or a mansion on a ad in facebook or SOMETHING! If you go to “cnbc.com-money.us”, perfect example. Let me tell you why. If you just look at the link it says “cnbc.com” which is a respectable/legitimate news site right? It makes it “appear” legitimate misleading you to believe an actual testimony was on the news. But the rest of the link “-money.us” just said “Red Flag”. Lets just say Jane bought into this program and hired someone to create this eye-catching website that was just screaming “try it!!!”. If you haven’t checked out the site “cnbc.com-money.us”. Give it a look see and watch the video. It may look like the real deal but they are hired actors. If you listen and read very carefully it only says channel 10 and not where it actually is located because they usually do say where the story was shot. And if you look at the title of the article it may say “The City You Are From, Mom Earns $6,795/Month Part-Time”. They take your IP address and know what general area you’re from and make it look like someone from your city did the same thing and made boat loads of money. This site then has a link to direct you to an ad about the program. This website was very well thought out. They sell the program for the same 27 bucks, but they get a split or something. This is what they call “affiliate marketing”. And lets say she gets like 30 friends to buy in to the program. (You guys probably already know the basics of how it works, but I’m just going to keep repeating it). Also you probably submitted your name and email right? Well sorry to say that your email will most likely be on 100′s of thousands of sites/mailing lists like these that is going to try to sell you something so prepare for spam-mania. Mass emailing those hundreds of thousands of people trying to get people hip to the six figure income program. But guess what? The guys that started it, guess what they just earned? You take those thousands of people and times that by 27 and you can get a general idea of how much money they made. And in those guys “minds” they’re hoping to dear god you would brush off the $27 you paid into the program and just forget about it or make you think “Eh, its just $27 dollars forget about the refund!”. And that right there creates the whole phenomena.

    You can make this work, but be prepared to do A LOT of work not just a “few hours”. I have an example. My wife wanted to start her own service business, I saved some money by teaching myself how to program websites so I created a website (which is down now). The fully polished website took me about 1 year. Anyways a really good pro to make a full content website can take about a month maybe sooner. Those that had bought into this, was probably looking for a quick solution. I know your pain, its tough out here. I’m having a hard time just as much as you are. But these guys are rich by selling you false hopes. This is NOT a quick solution especially if you have no website programming knowledge at all. Its going to take you forever! This business is all about manipulation. Let me say this, why would someone share this program information if it would hinder their operations? And what I mean by that if EVERYONE knows about it then the market would be saturated and there will be no money to be made. Its simple business mechanics. People buy this program, and then resell it to the next person, then to the next, next, next. It would be a conflict of interest to the next person trying to buy into this program, it would create competition right? Who wants to compete when it comes to making an income from something that is supposed to be “easy”? These guys are very artistic. I’m just trying to inform those who wants to know and now I’m telling you. And if you don’t understand ANYTHING I just said. Go buy the program and see for yourself and get into the phenomena, don’t give up and just make it work.

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    shis says:
    February 21st, 2012 at 10:00 pm

    ooooh thank you preston! thank you for the clues its so informative. I was about to get scammed. I will look carefully and hope to inform many from such scams.

    shane says:
    January 12th, 2012 at 5:52 pm

    thanks so much for your input Preston!I have been scanning the net for a legit way to “earn” an income from home. I now know to stay clear of these rip off artists.I hope they get back 10 fold the negative energy they have so willingly unleashed on desperate people trying to cope with their financial situations….

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    James says:

    January 5th, 2012 at 9:21 pm

    If it sounds to good to be true then run for the hills! However you only get out what you put in! Patience, Perseverance & Persistence.
    Good luck to all

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    big dog says:

    January 5th, 2012 at 4:20 pm

    i have also tried to e-mail and i left messages on phone which is always assisting other customers and I’ve tried to get a hold of Jessica they say we are important to them but every time they just want to sell you something they don,t care about you after you buy their products i think that’s what they want so they don,t have to deal with you and their training sucks just like their support

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    Kari says:
    January 10th, 2012 at 2:59 pm

    I agree, and soon they will start calling you asking for $50. a month or a flat out 500 for a personal trainer. They even called and got me all pumped up telling me they wanted to use me as a success example to sign a contract and they would make me rich, oh yeah at the end of the conversation they told me it would cost $500.! I told them if it really worked then you can take double that out of my first check!!!!

  • abbie says:

    January 5th, 2012 at 3:23 pm

    i am brand new and have taken the comments of those who are experiencing similar processes as i am now. i believe ben and dave do make their money through us and that is part of marketing. brain host is the product that they are selling and we are the “hook ins” into the funnel that this model follows. i am learning and for every adversity i am finding more concrete programs that i can really feel secure and confident about. ben and dave are real charismatic about what they are doing and that is very real…but if anything, i learned to investigate, research and compare. thank you, commentators, for your input. i will make a decision and a choice. the bottom line is that i am at a fixed budget income and have almost zero to start with…so every penny counts. anyone out there are astute in penny stocks? have a happy and prosperous new year! abbie

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    Kari says:
    January 10th, 2012 at 3:00 pm

    Well, I thought since it had a showing and was backed by the BBB and MSNBC they were for real. My mistake

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    dana says:

    January 4th, 2012 at 12:56 pm

    I paid the $27 then got sucked into the $190 for the hosting .. am still kicking my self in the butt for that . i did get a refund .. i called the company ( bluehost or brainhost whatever they are called)..Some company “proser” has called me a few times even asked what the % was on my student loan was ( MASSIVE red flag) right there any how .. for $200 i can have them teach em this crap.. am going to google affiliate marketing and see what i can find ..

    am not buying into this junk .. the $$$ signs look nice but why pay $ to make money when they dont even help you or tell you how to do it .. they leave stuff out

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  • Makayla.Johnson says:

    January 4th, 2012 at 11:54 am

    Well I was sitting down and reading, if not all but most of the reviews, and I was shocked about how much people really fell for these scams. Here is one thing that is as clear as a crystal. If this six figure money program really works and people can sit at home and make six figures without shedding a sweat, then why is the unemployment rate for the US so high then??? i did not go through their website and listen to everything, it took me a split of a second to make a decision that it is a scam. Here is one thing you can do if you really wanna work from home. before i can tell you, LET ME REMIND YOU SOMETHING THAT YOU DO SOMETIMES IN YOUR LIFE… you know when you lose your debit or credit cards you call the customer service line for that bank? and it is really late at night? and they try to help you and give that relief??? i think you got my point..but, yes those people are working from home!!!

    They get their training and knowledge from the bank in a very professional way so that when the client’s call them they are able to assist them professionally. So my advice is that make a lot of research’s and try to find which bank or business want’s someone to do their work for them from home. It might require some education but not a degree for sure. And most of all you are working for it and getting paid for it, unlike this six figure scam, where you pay to get paid!!! really think about it you will be pleased when you earn something you worked for.

    I hope my advice will be taken into consideration, and if not at least it will give some one a heads up.
    HAPPY NEW YEARS TO EVERY ONE!!!!!!!!

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  • Kryshelle S. says:

    January 3rd, 2012 at 7:57 pm

    I was thinking about purchasing this product. Im sooooo glad i read all of these reviews first. I can do other things with my money instead of getting ripped off. Thanks everyone for your feedback… I wish everyone the best

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    Jeff says:

    December 29th, 2011 at 1:19 pm

    While a get rich quick scheme is not in the best interest of anyone, this Six Figure Kit is not a get rich quick scheme in my opinion. I have never invested in those scams but this one stuck out as a real possibility of making extra income. 1) I am not expecting to get rich quick, 2) I do expect to work hard at it, and 3) Affiliate Marketing does work. I feel that I paid these guys to compile the information I need to get going so I don’t have to take the time to research it all and compile it myself. I did not see them say anything about get rich quick on their sites.

    Also, these guys do not own Brain Host, although they may get kickbacks but that’s how business is done. Regarding Brain Host, I was planning on purchasing a domain name eventually anyway and so I don’t feel that money was wasted at all. Even if I do something else besides using Six Figure, I still own the rights to my domain and all associated top level names. The price was reasonable for the above. So as they say, YMMV (your mileage may vary), but I’m happy so far.

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    kevin davison says:
    January 29th, 2012 at 10:47 am

    how do i get the information i need with out going through these guys

    Jeff says:
    January 6th, 2012 at 12:11 am

    Camille,

    Don’t go with Six Figure. I am embarking on the refund journey and will pursue affiliate marketing on my own. They have yet to respond to any of my emails even though I have done more than my part and have been more than nice about the wait. Six Figure is a scam. Do it yourself. You will be happier.

    Camille says:
    January 4th, 2012 at 2:45 pm

    you signed up for this program and are working with 6-figure income? how is that working for you? i was thinking about doing the same thing that you are doing but i would like some insight.

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    Jennifer says:

    December 27th, 2011 at 10:10 am

    I am also investigating the idea of making money online. I ran across this Six Figure Income program. The name alone is a red flag to me.

    But I clicked on the page to “buy” the program (out of curiosity), just to see the price. It was $47 US dollars. I clicked to get off the page and it then offered me a lower price of $27 US dollars. I clicked again and it was dropped to $14 US dollars. I clicked AGAIN, and I got the “program” for free.

    So, I sat there and listened to their very passionate speech about how I can make a ton of money with their affiliate marketing program. The HUGE red flag that I saw and made me decide against it is the fact that they said I MUST go through Brain Host in order for Ben and Dave to “help” me with my business. I knew right then and there it is a scam. They don’t want to help anyone; they are simply out for themselves to make even more money off the backs of good people, many of them desperate. I was fortunate enough to realize this money making scheme was not going to make any money for anyone but Ben and Dave, so I knew not to give anyone any credit/ debit card info. Please, PLEASE, if you read this review and the many other reviews on here, I pray to GOD that it is before you sign up for this terrible program!

    If you feel you MUST at least look at the program, do what I did and simply keep clicking on “Stay on this page” and eventually, you will be offered the “program” for free. Then you can see for yourself that it is a money making business for Ben and Dave ONLY.

    By the way, the “stay on this page” pop-up window does come up on quite a few of these types of web sites when a person is first looking for a home based business. So, if you click on the original page to exit out because of the fee, often times the pop-up window will come up and it will give you a “discount” because they will take whatever money they can get out of you. I ran across one yesterday like that. Original price was 29 bucks, then 19 bucks, finally it stopped on 9 bucks. Needless to say, I didn’t fall for their scheme. Even 9 bucks is too high for me to pay right now. I exited out of that one, and it finally didn’t give me any more “discounts.”

    (Remember, this last paragraph is discussing a completely different program than “Six Figure Income.” I am simply letting people know that this pop-up window crap the internet scam artists pull is another way to get you “hooked” into buying their “product.”)

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  • justin says:

    December 26th, 2011 at 10:32 am

    I have not fallen for these get rich quick scams. I know it sounds good but i was always told. Fast money is not honest money as you see here. Just remember you can start your own website for less than $5 a month. Just read..

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    Maria says:

    December 23rd, 2011 at 8:06 am

    I bought into the six figure program nonsense and I also realized… I could do this myself if I wanted to. I can design my own web pages for gosh sakes. Anyway, I’ve been in a back and forth battle over just trying to get the web page going for 4 days now and after reading these reviews I cancelled straight away. Now lets see if and when I get my money back. Wish me luck. ‘~’

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    COOLFONS says:

    December 22nd, 2011 at 2:34 pm

    well i have paid my money, im ready to make some money, i got over $200.00 worth of stuff. but i can not even get to my site, first thay said my web name was taken, then i can not get to the page to start making money, i still do not know how to copy ,paste, forward, it was supposed to be real easy. but not for me, i still want to make money, so HELP. HELP ME GET THIS GOING. THANKS AND MARRY XMAS I THINK ITS GOOD IF I CAN GET IT

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    Jenny says:
    January 9th, 2012 at 1:09 pm

    good luck, fella! i felt the same way. sadly, they told me you needed more than one website to make the real money, here is my review, i hope it helps you and GOOD LUCK whatever you do!
    BEWARE BEWARE!!!!!! SCAM ALERT SCAM SCAM SCAM !!!!!! There were so many fees associated with this I was like what the heck?!!! it’s $50.00 PER MONTH! plus the web hosting fees and the fee to (sucessfully) use google adwords. YOU CAN GET OUT OF THIS. THIS IS HOW I GOT OUT OF IT OK. LISTEN. I CANCELLED MY CREDIT CARD AND FILED A FRAUD CLAIM. IT WORKED. I DIDN’T EVEN HAVE TO PAY THE FIRST $50.00 & NO STUPID $200.00 CANCELLATION FEE, EITHER. I DIDN’T PAY A RED CENT. THE VERY NICE CREDIT CARD PEOPLE CREDITED ME BACK THE FIRST $50.00. % then they sent me a brand new credit card with a totally different number and blocked this program from accessing it. it may seem like a over the top thing to do, but I did what I had to do and it worked for me! GOOD LUCK EVERYBODY!!!!!!
    Plus, in one of the e-mails it states that one of the coaches will show you around the site and walk you through it for your “orientation” my “orientation lasted about 30 seconds. I was sooooooooo disappointed!! AND I ASK THEM AND THEY TOLD ME THAT TO MAKE “REAL” MONEY WITH THIS YOU NEED TO HAVE MORE THAN ONE WEBSITE!!!!!! they don’t tell you A LOT of things. I hope I am able to help people get out and warn people before they get in.

  • Brenda says:

    December 8th, 2011 at 3:31 pm

    I bought this program a few months ago and after reading all the fees after the $27 and the time involved I cancelled right away and got my money back the same day. Now that I have a little more free time, I was thinking on getting it again, but I guess after reading all this I’ll just pass.
    Thank you everyone for your feedback.

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    Glenn says:
    December 27th, 2011 at 7:31 pm

    Marisa, they try to hook you up with a company called Prosper. Prosper claims they can get you going, but they don’t do it for free. They wanted over $2000.00 from me.

    marisa says:
    December 17th, 2011 at 11:14 am

    what other fees?

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    James says:

    December 4th, 2011 at 6:37 pm

    Susan, that’s my sister’s name too, but very bad, wish I had followed my first mind. So if your thinking about getting in with them my answer is “DON’T DO IT YOU’LL BE SORRY”
    James

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    Alex Jay says:

    December 2nd, 2011 at 1:20 pm

    I do agree with what many people say on this review. They don’t get into the details about the six figure program. They tell you that they reveal everything on their new DVD, but the majority is just, Don’t give up keep trying and then there good info occasionally. I have made money doing this and there is potential to make a lot of money doing this, but it’s not as easy as they make it out to be. They really encourage pay per click but I have had bad experiences with that. I hope this helps.

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    Cindy cox says:
    December 28th, 2011 at 1:35 pm

    i would like to ask you Alex….how did you do it? i mean make money…i have been with sixfigureprogram for six months and i have not given up because i have learned quiet a lot of information with these guys Dave and Ben. i have not seen a dime yet! is there anything tips, maybe you can give me to help out? i will appreciate any help you render….Thanking you in advance.

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    toni Roderick says:

    December 1st, 2011 at 9:15 pm

    I want my refund. when i attempted to get a refund they said they couldnt find any information on me.

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    Nancy says:
    December 7th, 2011 at 12:29 pm

    I asked for a refund since it took them over a month to get things going for me and working….I was told it would arrive in 7-10 business days….nothing has been refunded as of yet….these guys are scam artists for sure…DO NOT WASTE your money…I only lost $43, but its $43 I can use for something that works!

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    Herbert says:

    November 24th, 2011 at 2:48 am

    BEWARE of this company. What seems to be a harmless charge of $27, turns very quickly into hundreds and thousands if you buy into their BS. Everything in their “Training Center” just tells you to get busy so you, too, can become a millionaire very quickly, however, it doesn’t do much of the guiding and step-by-step guidance as promised.

    I did, however, have a different experience getting my refund. To get your refunds from the Six Figure Program, go to www.MyProductOnline.com. Click on Live Chat on the left side of the screen, enter your name & email. Once a live representative comes on, request your refund from them. And then as you are closing out of that pop-up window, select “send transcript to email” so you have it all in writing. In the live chat he confirmed to me that my account had been cancelled and I had been refunded 100% of the $ I had spent with Six Figure Program.

    Then on to getting my refunds from Brain Host. Call 1-877-586-4694, verify your name, email and mailing address. They will then refund everything you spent with them except for the domain registration fee of $14 & change and will email you a cancellation and refund confirmation.

    Now hopefully, in the next few days I’ll see the refunds to my account. Hopefully this information helps someone else out there if you’re having a hard time getting your refunds. If you haven’t purchased yet, DON’T. You will receive emails from them everyday as they claim. However, they are not coaching emails, they are emails telling you to spend $999.99 and you will have a bullet-proof template to make millions. For another $800.00 you can have 24/7 coaching a phone call or email away. It is bogus! Everyday you will be asked to spend more $, and THEN you will make the millions. BEWARE! Unless you have thousands to spend right now, this is not the program for you. And who even knows if you DID spend thousands if it really would make you the $ they claim. ??

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    Edy says:
    December 29th, 2011 at 1:36 pm

    hey Herbert thank you for this advise you don’t have idea how this helping me thank you very much..

    Jessica says:
    December 12th, 2011 at 8:47 pm

    Thank you very much for the advisement about how to get refunds from this outfit. I sent them an email today in hopes they would honor their promise to keep in touch but, I went ahead and followed your advice about contacting my product directly. Hopefully I will be refunded that and the over 200 I sunk into brain host. To anyone thinking about geting involved with these guys consider you will have to pay for webhosting as they mention nothing about that in the advertisements for their wonderful program. Anyway never again.

    Sincerely

    School of hard knocks class of 2011

    toni Roderick says:
    December 1st, 2011 at 9:13 pm

    I fell for the same scam and they dropped me like a bad habit.

    Keith says:
    November 29th, 2011 at 10:15 am

    Hello, Have you received your refund from SFP yet?

    Thanks, Keith

  • new zealand says:

    November 21st, 2011 at 12:36 am

    Today i received my refund so this program may have hope lol to all u ppl out there who r having trouble with trying to gt ur refund email the support@myproductonline.com u should receive a refund within a day or two. I constantly emailed ben and daves email addresses and got BS email replies which were of no help and i also tried emailing their support link support@sixfigureprogram.com and it wouldn’t go thru.

    I then went to live chat at Brain Host and i complained to them about the SFP and they told me they were two different companies and to speak to the SFP i then replied that they do business with SFP so they should do something to help me, they didn’t by the way. Point is people make yourselves heard, email them all and don’t give up keep trying even when no one replies back and don’t forget to add that u will post ur complaints about them anywhere possible because if it were me I’d hate to have a bad name out there. If no one replies then keep trying. happy trails…

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    Emmanuel says:

    November 20th, 2011 at 9:29 pm

    Hello guys, thanks for all your testimonies,
    I bought the six figure program about four days ago and really scared hearing all these stories. Surprisingly, I spent about $230.00 when I budgeted for only $27.00. I am having a mixed feeling. I don’t want to jump to a wrong conclusion because some people already have some bad experience. I want to fully understand the concept of the six figures and put it into practice and see what happens.

    I might end up losing money or even making money. Majority of the time, success in business comes with failures, frustration, anxiety, etc. People who are determined and have a goal in mind do not quit so fast.

    I am not encouraging anybody to buy this program. I would not want to be discouraged either. This program requires a little bit of your time to get familiar with it. If you quit because its a little time consuming and you went over your budget, I will absolutely agree with you. I figured one thing Ben and Dav are not including in their advertisement is the extra money you spend for hosting. I saw it as business secrets. The good thing about it is that you get your money back if you don’t want it. Every business requires a learning process which is usually frustrating. I have a goal in mind for buying it and am looking forward to accomplishing my goal. If my goal becomes unrealistic, the experience gained is not a waste. I will work on my weakness and keep trying. Please pardon me if you feel bad. Successful people usually put a lot of their time money and life to it before it works.
    Thanks
    Emmanuel
    uzoezeaku@hotmail.com
    November 20, 2011
    “Let no feeling of discouragement prey upon you, and in the end you are sure to succeed.” ABRAHAM LINCOLN

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    Jeanette says:
    January 28th, 2012 at 8:42 am

    Did it work for you?

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    ioannis. says:

    November 19th, 2011 at 9:02 pm

    They are scam I bought their program they never sent it. They didn’t return my money. They don’t answer emails about 50 times I sent them they don’t answer the phone never they don’t have receptionists that’s why they never answer the phone. please people beware!

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    new zealand says:

    November 19th, 2011 at 7:21 pm

    Wow thanks for the big heads up on Brain Host Lauren. I was going to buy web hosting with them to start up my own buisness from home. I have spoken to a customer rep from brain host and she was quite nice however the rest of them were quite rude and didnt really answer my questions properly. Like i said i was going to keep you all updated on my refund and as i suspected once again I am still getting the run around. I am now going to apply my complaints to Brain Host live chat to see what they say about the SFP Gurus and see what they have2 say. bye for now

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    new zealand says:

    November 18th, 2011 at 9:01 pm

    hello again i thought you guys might like to know that i decided to ask for a refund to the six figure program. I have sent email after email after email to the support link and to ben asking for a refund and why, And all i get are the same emails to join the Six Figure Program and storys of how Ben and Dave made it big. By now i am sick and tired of recieving them, second of all I’M A CUSTOMER OF THEIRS and they keep treating me like i am not.

    I am still mad at the fact that my ticket number for web hosting with Brain Host expired to early and wasn’t told of the time limit to purchase it but now i feel like i am completely ignored from them. Brain Host customer support is more of help to me than the six figure guru’s. I asked Brain Host if i decided to purchase web hosting with a company in my own country and will the Six Figure Program still setup my website for me and they TOLD ME NO!!! Why the hell didnt Ben and Dave mention this before they got me to buy the program in the first place. So be careful if you are thinking about joining this program.

    Take the time to think about it first dont purchase it then think oh hell i’ve made a mistake maybe i could do it now since i’ve already paid then not understand a thing later on down the track because YOU ONLY GET A CERTAIN TIME TO PURCHASE THE WEB HOST WITH BRAIN HOST BEFORE IT EXPIRES THEN YOU HAVE TO GO BUY IT FOR THE FULL PRICE AND ITS NOT CHEAP, AS THE FIRST PAYMENT IS UPFRONT.

    PS since im not a member with brain host does any one know if we only have to be with brain host in order for Ben and Dave to help us out? Ill keep u all updated on my refund.

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    gbpacky says:
    December 27th, 2011 at 9:43 am

    New Zealand,

    In answer to your question at the bottom, a big fat YES! You do have to go through Brain Host in order for Ben and Dave to “help” you. This was a HUGE red flag for me and I did not sign up for their program.

    snavon says:
    November 19th, 2011 at 7:18 am

    Don’t even believe them it is a big scam, i sign with them 2 month ago and after i paid the $27.00 i try to call them but the call don’t take you anywhere, i also send them an 10 emails but with no success.
    after while company with name Prosper – http://www.prospering.com/ call
    me and tell me about Ben and Dave and also show me a page on their website with Ban and Dave Six figure program. the explain me all the benefit and gave some review what going to happen when i sign with the Coaching one one one with their Coach and make extremely money.

    I did that after 2 class i told to the Coach that when i contact him he is not responding and also i don’t need to learn how to build a website because i am web develop myself and i mention to prosper only SEO and make the money from it. the next time it happen again so i try to contact this company and they send me from one guy to anther until the 5 guy told me to contact the Coach, even i explain him i am doing the from the past 3 weeks, so i told me only he can help you, from this point i call again and referral to the customer service and speech with one of the rep explain him that i want to talk to a manager and he told me he is the manager, that really funny rep guy that answer the customer service extension he also the manager, so i told him the i want to exit out from this program and want all my money back, he told me there is no chance to get my money because i sign a contract with them, i explain him nicely that if i am not going to receive my money i am going to go to Through Legal way to sue them, in this he try to convince to stay and to give me more session for free, anyway when i said i don’t want anything from his company only my money back, he hangup the phone and from there i call to my credit card company to cancel all those charges that coming from those company. the amount was $3100.00 $1000.00 on front and payment of $183.00 monthly from 1 year include the fees.

    I am today working with my Lawyer to sue them for fraud and emotional distress
    People Don’t believe this company they all a big scam.

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    Lauren says:

    November 18th, 2011 at 3:51 pm

    DO NOT BUY THE SIX FIGURE PROGRAM.
    DO NOT BUY THE PROSPERITY FINDER.
    MOST OF ALL: DO NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM BRAINHOST!!

    I am just sharing my personal, horrible experience and hopefully help others avoid all of the stress that these people have caused me from happening to them as well.

    I was suckered into purchasing the SFP for $27.00. After reading other reviews here I was upset to hear that others were offered it for $14 and even for FREE. I also purchased the Prosperity Finder offered after my SFP purchase. I wasn’t sure exactly what it was when I bought it, but I was so committed to beginning my affiliate marketing career off in the right direction that I was willing to invest. The Prosperity Finder is crap. It never came up with results for any of my searches. If it did, they were all from Offervault so you are better off saving your money. Also, the SFP seems like pretty basic information. It is helpful in some ways to watch videos about it versus trying to figure it out on your own, but it is not worth the hassle you have to go through at all! I was sold into buying their program because they seemed genuine and sounded like they really were going to mentor you through your career. FALSE FALSE FALSE. Don’t try and email them because you will get some automated sounding response that has nothing to do with your questions. Their Claim Cash is bull as well. I now have a bunch of spam coming to my email as well as spam phone calls and txt messages! They lie when they say you dont have to buy anything or give information. if you really wanted to do those things, you can sign up for a survey site for free and not have to pay anything. IN CONCLUSION: save yourself $27.00, or if you were scammed like me, $54.00. Do not buy either program.

    As for BrainHost…

    They are a bunch of lying sacks that should begin planning their future now, in hell that is. I’m sure Ben and Dave make a killing off of commissions from them because there is no other good reason to ever associate with these people. Avoid becoming one of their customers and buying one of their packages! In short, after being on the phone with my bank for hours and being on the phone with Brain Host for hours as well (mostly on hold), I can honestly say that after working in customer service for about 4 years now, that it was the absolute WORST customer service I have ever experienced or witnessed from both the view points of a customer and someone who works in the customer service field. After dealing with those morons for 2 weeks, they have charged $730 dollars to my checking account!! My funds were put on hold for 4 days until they took the 2 additional charges off and kept my one original. However, their computer ended up charging me AGAIN out of the blue and my funds were put on hold for other 3 days, except this time the charges did not drop off, they went through as a purchase on my card! I have asked for this charge to be refunded as well as my original purchase becuase I am not putting up with their horrible customer service and “computer glitches” anymore (which I call bullshit on). I have yet to see either of my refunds because it supposely takes between 3 and 10 business days for the money to be returned to my account. So until then I am out almost $400 dollars and have to leave for vacation in a few days on top of it. What am I suppose to do with $8 in my checking for the next who knows how many days because my funds are once again tied up because of their mistakes that they never even apologized for. I wish I knew of a way to report these people because as far as I’m concerned I was robbed. Now i have to have a new debit card issued to me from my bank because I do not trust these thieves with my information!

    I know that was lengthly, but I just want my story to be a warning for anyone else who is considering starting their affiliate marketing with The Six Figure Program and Brainhost. IT IS A SCAM. Save yourself the financial stress and worry. I wish I would have seen these reviews before I was conned too!!

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  • new zealand says:

    November 17th, 2011 at 8:56 pm

    hello i have purchased the six figure program over a week ago and that same day i had a family tragedy. I was away from my internet access for a week and when i returned to the training centre to finish step two ,to purchase web hosting with Brain Host i was denied. I went to live chat with Brain Host and they told me my ticket number was invalid. I then read my emails and found one particular email from Ben saying that i had only 12 hours to to my web hosting with Brain Host and that was while i was away, 3 days before i returned home.

    I was dissapointed with the Six Figure Program for not stating that you I had a time limit to purchase my web hosting if i knew that i would of done it straight away but hey how was i suppose to know that one of my family members was going to pass away that same day i brought the program. For 3 days now i have been trying to email Ben and the support link for the Six Figure website and get nothing but BS emails saying how i should join the program and that makes me even more angry.

    Ben and Dave say how you can just drop them an email with questions or anything you are having problems with and they will do their best to answer your questions in at least 1 buisness working day. The next day i get the same response, i get emails on how i should join the six figure program i am now thinking of asking for my refund because im getting the run around, believe me im still searching for that legit job i know is out there will just take me longer to find it. So does anyone out there know of any legite work from home leads i will be greatly appreciated.

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    crista r. says:

    November 15th, 2011 at 8:03 pm

    keep in mind if they ask you for money its a scam they are the ones should be paying you. by the way you get the sixfigure program for free dont fall for it these ppl you be ashamed in these times taking money from ppl looking for work

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    Brian says:

    November 14th, 2011 at 6:45 am

    I just singed up with these people BUT I got it for free.
    1. When you are told to pay the $27 exit out of the page, when you do that they have a little bit of HTML that will try to keep you on t he page. If you click on “stay on this page” to price will be $14. Try to exit out of the page ONE more time. It will ask you to stay on the page again. But now it will be $0 and will tell you that you do not need to put in a CC number.

    2. They tell you to get with brainhost or w/e their name is and they will build the site for you.
    I have watched their videos and the website itself along with the back-end is hideous! To be completely honest, I would go with hostgator because I have been with them before and have found their customer support 10/10 with no doubt about it. They are located in Texas(i think) and when you call/chat(on website) they assume you have no server knowledge. Hostgator will literally help you with anything. Not to mention they are cheaper than brain host ;) Don’t buy a 2 year package because lets face it, how do you know any of this will work? Hostgator has a 90 DAY MONE$Y BACK. no questions asked

    okay enough about them

    Instead of paying for someone to build a crap website for you just read up on HTML or find a free site builder. Actually if you buy 1 month (i think its like 6 dollars) with host gator they do have a free website builder.
    You dont need anything fancy looking to do this.

    I bet at this point you guys are thinking, oh great someone advertising to try to take more money. To be honest, I am just a 20 year old kid looking for the same thing you guys are. I am just tired and heart broken for the people with no money getting sucked in and losing what they dont have.
    in conclusion, I am not selling ANYTHING, I am not trying to get you to click any links, I am just wanting to offer my help if needed. If you have any issues deciding what hosting company to go to because of money or you cant get an HTML table in the right area, or you just have a question about anything related just shoot me an email. wynesbrian@yahoo.com

    Like I said, im not selling anything, im not claiming I have a working solution, not wanting you to click on links, I am just offering free services to whoever needs/wants it.

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  • Marcia says:

    November 11th, 2011 at 12:37 pm

    Thank God for this information. I was about to sign up with this Six Figure Program. Have been looking for work at home programs for a while. Unfortunately have not found anything that has panned out though I have put in a lot of time and work. Anyway, “something” told me to check into this company (as I have been doing my due diligence on ANY business I find interesting, up front) before getting more involved. I checked out several “business review” links on Google. The other links had a few positive things to say, but over all the reviews for this program was negative. So, when I came on this site, the information shared confirmed what my “inner voice” was telling me.

    What I liked about this site is that the majority of you came from a position of “personal experience” with the Six Figure Program and not just from a place of only “general opinions” about online businesses.

    Thank you all for sharing your experience, strength and hope.

    Sending everyone “Light”, “Love”, “Prosperity”, “Success”, “Wealth”, and “Whatever else you may need and want in your lives.”

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    Yo Mamma says:

    November 10th, 2011 at 12:02 am

    I ordered only what you get for $27.00, which is basically nothing. After reviewing the information given, decided not to pursue it further. I logged on to “Live Chat” and the agent immediately refunded my $27.00, which posted on my credit card statement today. Anyone can google “affiliate marketing” and gain information without buying what these guys are selling which is basically just their knowledge. I already own a website – just need to start using my URL to my advantage & add some advertising links that will reap me some commissions.

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    Affiliate says:

    November 9th, 2011 at 10:00 pm

    To all that are reading this:
    Please always go with your first instinct! I too was scammed! again…and I havent been paid a dime! just give to the rich, and keep being poor! I haven’t worked for almost 2 years due to a slip n fall, and no attorney will take the case. I was hoping to do this as a full time stay at home job, but after 2 months I found out that no one can even go to my website? these guys found a way to get rich with this program, for their own benefit, not ours. dont waste your time and money like a lot of us already have! I am going to ask tomorrow for my money back.
    ( the best way to make money on line?)stay off line…dont know.

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    Catherine Skeen says:

    November 9th, 2011 at 2:42 pm

    The Sixfigureprogram.com has tried to suck me of all my “Money” Not sure of what I was getting myself into. I clicked on one of my E-mails. It sounded good at first and 27.00 was’nt much to lose to start up a web-site. But then all the E-Mails started rolling in then I accidentally click the wrong button. They started flashing all kind of deals at me. 1st a website for 27.00. Then i thougt i won a 97.00 discount off the Excetive Coaching level. When I click on my discount a quick flash came up and 197.00. Then it disappeared. Then i checked my on-line Banking Acct: Low and Behold 795.26 plus 181.25 plus 12.95 plus 324.99 was withdrawn from my checking Acct.

    I immediately hit the redail on my phone and the Number was no-longer in service. But Thank God! I had been taking notes as they were taking to me over the phone. Plus I still had all incoming E-MAILS. With all that I was able to CANCEL EVERYTHING. TODATE: I have received the 707.90 back into my bank acct. Minus 11.95 was still MISSING. I called them back in a calm understanding voice asked why was there missing 11.95 out of the payment i had sent. They could’nt understand just how that had happened. an apology was given. And i was told to wait 7 to 15 days for my money to be returned. BEWARE-TREAD VERY CAREFULLY WITH THIS WEBSITE. YES CLASS ACTION SOUND REALLY GOOD ABOUT RIGHT NOW!

    Sincerly, Catherine S. Columbus,Ohio

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  • Joy says:

    November 3rd, 2011 at 12:36 am

    I got the six figure program for FREE…and I spent few hours to read through the program and videos. It looks like a very good opportunity to make money and all you need is a website they build for you. Then spends hours at home to post links on the website then wait for the money come to you. That’s sound so easy and it’s a dream job for me. It get me into it but I decide to research more about this program first. Lucky, I read the reviews here. Thank you everyone and Good Luck.

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    Diane says:
    November 8th, 2011 at 10:45 am

    How did you get it for free?

  • Jennifer says:

    November 1st, 2011 at 10:26 pm

    I am so glad I did not buy into their scam I came close but decided I better check and see what others are saying about this program. Thank you all for the helpful info to help keep my money in my pocket. Have a great day and good luck to you all.

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    Brenda says:
    December 8th, 2011 at 3:28 pm

    Rachael, what domain name host are you using?

    Shea says:
    November 30th, 2011 at 6:41 pm

    Rachel, do you have a Linked In where we can connect more about this? I am interested but obviously want to avoid what has happened to everyone else…

    Rachael says:
    November 16th, 2011 at 6:00 pm

    i bought it and it is doing me good. the reason these people spent so much is because they put all the money towards brainhost.com they didnt have to. your domain name host is what is expensive. the 6 figure program is great i have made 4,000 in a month and half:) people should really research what they are talking about before dishing it!

    Dorothy says:
    November 2nd, 2011 at 12:02 pm

    Wow!
    Thank God for all your people that tried this and posted your reviews and honest feedbacks. If not for people like you that care about others being ripped off, there would be more. So thank you, but sorry you had to go thru the issues of getting monies returned. Good luck to you all in your job searches, as these times are so hard for everyone that is really looking to make a living and feed their families!

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    ron says:

    October 30th, 2011 at 8:56 am

    here how it should work $27 to start and when your site starts to make money is when the other fees should be taking out. whenever there money giving in advance it usually is a scam and you have to fight extremly hard to get your money back,money up front is what make these guys rich. best of luck to all

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  • Sarah says:

    October 28th, 2011 at 10:31 pm

    I just purchased this kit today and before I even had time to look through it I already had a funny feeling that something wasnt right. So here I am at this website and it only confirmed my feeling. I have been had. SO after reading a few reviews on how to get my money back (27 for signing up and 27 for some other software). I had already emailed them but I wanted to hurry up and get my money back today. So I read Sharrons post and that was the most helpful. Theres a legit number on there that I called. 1-800-743-8533 and spoke with a real person and she said that both my 27 dollar charges would be paid back within 7-10 business days. So far i trust this and its worth a shot. Unless this is a pyramid scheme. Either way I will put a new post on here to let u know if it works.

    Hope this Helps

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    James says:
    December 4th, 2011 at 6:31 pm

    It is a scam, and a pyramid scheme is my take. They wanted my password with the hosting company I had subscribed to, when I ask the why they needed my password it took them about a week to get back to me, the answer was to make sure that them and my hosting company had the same password, Finally the hosting company told me why they thought they would need my password. and then they told me they would no longer be affiliated with sixfigure because there was a lot of people asking to be refunded because they were just leaving people hanging, so I’v been trying to get a refund from sixfigure with no success., But I’m going to keep trying. I’ll let you know how it works out,
    James

    Susan says:
    November 11th, 2011 at 3:44 pm

    well how is the company working for you

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    Buford says:

    October 27th, 2011 at 1:06 pm

    I joined and all they did was take my money. After repeated attempts to contact them I still got nothing. My advise? Don’t fall for it. They got me but, maybe I can prevent them from getting you. DON’T FALL FOR IT!!!

    This is the fourth time I have tried to contact somebody, anybody and to no avail. I believe I have been taken and suppose i should have known better. You are just as phoney as all the scams and scammers that everyone warns about. I got suckered by you and I have learned an expensive lesson. DO NOT TRUST ANYBODY!!!!

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    Affiliate says:
    November 9th, 2011 at 9:33 pm

    Hi!
    You are so right!
    They suckered me too.Now I can’t even sign in to my account? just because I dont have the thousands of dollars they want from me to get their so called expert advise, they cut me out! without pay! they only applied 198.73 to my site claiming thats all it was worth, although I never seen one dime!
    all they keep asking is for money to buy cds, and stuff. WTF? right? I hate these damned scammers!

  • Barry (UK) says:

    October 25th, 2011 at 1:58 am

    Hi All,

    I signed up for the Six Figure Programe last Friday October 21st and have had nothing but trouble with the website they have developed.

    They have a Cash Back programe built into the website were you sign up for various offers and get paid for it..they are suppose to provide you with three offers per day two of the links had expired leaving me with one to apply for which I did.

    The next day there was supposed to be another three offers to fill in but the web page has been blank ever since.

    I have emailed them time and time again only to be told to look at the videos of which I have done until I’m blue in the face..and still havent a clue how to fix the problem.

    After three days of emails back and forth from there customer services people I was told to call them at my expense from the (UK) to the States of which I did to try and get this problem resolved.

    After calling them I was astonished to hear the person on the othe end say they couldnt help me but to email another person called Jessica who they told me was there technical expert

    Jessica has been in touch with me prior to me calling customer services but wasnt of much help either.

    All in all I have signed up for Ben & Daves Six Figure Programe I have also purchased there DVS which was on offer for $299 and signed up to the web hosting people Brain Host as recommended by Ben & Dave..all in all I have spent out around $500 and now reading the reviews on here Im not inpressed at all.

    I have told them I will give them another 6 days to contact me, but looking at these comments I’m now going to ask for my $500 dollars back..I’m not sure if this is a SCAM but you get not real one to one assistance at all they leave you to your own devices.

    If I do not get my money back I shall be contacting the people below this email as recommended by Mark Winkle.

    Kind Regards
    Barry (UK)

    I hope that if you are reading this that you were not scammed by this company. I was similarly scammed by ultraforeclosures.com and GOT DOUBLE MY MONEY BACK. Under the federal law if you go to your bank within sixty days and place a stop order on your transaction, the bank will CHARGE BACK DOUBLE the money that you were scammed out of. This is the LAW! File a complaint with IC3.com of the FBI at IC3.com or United States Department of Justice website. IC3 will investigate and find these guys. Don’t be afraid to file your complaint. The IC3 was formed to seek out INTERNET FRAUD like this.

    TO GET YOUR DOUBLE REFUND:

    Step 1. Go to your bank and put a stop order on your transaction. Fill out a fraudulent transaction form.

    Step 2. File your complaint with the IC3 unit of the FBI
    at IC3.com.

    I am a financial consultant. This one smelled “funny” from the first word.

    Consultant One

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    LM says:
    November 18th, 2011 at 4:08 pm

    thank you for the info about reporting these con artists! I will be sure to file my complaint immediately!

    M says:
    November 1st, 2011 at 1:51 pm

    You’re a financial consultant and you still fell for a “too good to be true” scam that asks for money up front? I hate to know who you work for. I actually work for a bank and we do not give double the refund..You go fill out a fraud dispute and we will credit your money back, if the merchant is not going to do that…we are to make your loss WHOLE not to give you an advantage of making $27..This guy seems shady himself.

    Use common sense people…if it sounds too good to be true..it probably is.

    Buford says:
    October 27th, 2011 at 1:09 pm

    They got me too but not for as much. I did file with IC3 but don’t think they will be able to do anything. Sorry to hear they got you too.

    THERESA says:
    October 26th, 2011 at 5:39 pm

    Hi i joined the six figure program and in their teleseminar all i heard was people complaining about the program they don’t tell you that you can go to a site called affiliates directory.Com and they have a bunch of affiliate commission sites on it or you can go to affiliate seeking .Com or associate programs.Com or you can get free website submisions from search engine submission optimation free website i notice they want you to pay for information that should be included with the website when you order come on another 250.00 for their dvds. That’s way to much money when your just starting out in their program be careful out of evert 100 work @ home programs 60 of them are scams i was scammed by tv travel. The software billions club @ now feel like i’m being scammed by these guys my sister is doing a legit work at home with ver-a fast telemarketing she gets paid once a week

    SHARON says:
    October 25th, 2011 at 11:58 am

    Hi i dnt know if u still want your money back. But yesterday i purchased it n figured out i didn’t want to do it. Because i didn’t feel right about it. I emailed n da same message on every email their 1 800 number us a residents number in mexico. Here’s us the number to the myproductonline 1-800-743-8533 you will have a live representative talk with you and able to refund the money back. That is if its in the 90 day period.
    Hope I helped out.
    Good luck

  • Deb says:

    October 24th, 2011 at 1:24 pm

    Maybe these two need to learn how to WORK! Instead of taking poor peoples money? :( VERY SAD!! I am glad I came here first as well! Doesnt look to good to me! Not into taking risks THIS BIG! Thank you all! It is very hard out there right now, I am about to lose my unemployment and have no where to turn!!! Would love to have a job at home, but just hard to find anything real online any more! I wish you all the best!!

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    Becky says:
    October 26th, 2011 at 7:00 pm

    Go to www.clarkhoward.com and you will find legit work at home jobs. Hope this helps.

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    Paul Watson says:

    October 16th, 2011 at 9:38 pm

    i immediatley strayed away when seeing the whole “cash claim” deal with the fake surveys that ask you to fill in your social security number. Why would you need my social security number for a survey? SCAM!

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    Buford says:
    October 27th, 2011 at 1:13 pm

    Never, never, never give your s/s number online. Did I mention to never give your s/s number on line? DON’T DO IT !!!

    THERESA says:
    October 17th, 2011 at 4:29 pm

    with all the identity theft out ther don’t give out your social security number to anyone

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    louis says:

    October 13th, 2011 at 8:16 pm

    Hello out there. I just found these reviews today and wish i had known about them two weeks ago before i made my purchase. I bought into this with an open mind, heart and much hope to better my financial position in life. After paying my $27.00 to sixfigure program and $122.00 to brain host, i got my website built by ben and dave, however, i cannot get it to connect to the site they say i need to connect so as to start getting buiness sent to my site. After several emails back and forth on this problem, i am yet trying to see if their is some way for me to make this site earn something so as to help atleast recoup my expenditures thus far. I have not yet given up on making something out of all this, but, each day that sinking feeling is washing over my soul more and more. Oh! Well, it`s only money and i do not wish to start ww 3 over mere dirt from the ground. My god above will take care of all scammers on judgement day, soon to come. The best to all my fellow brothers and sisters out there struggling to keep their heads above water, continue to look up as that is the best pace for all our needs, selah
    .

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    Deameika says:
    October 31st, 2011 at 2:17 pm

    Hi I just read the terms of use for Brain Host and they said you will not have full access to ur site until u verify your identity after u pay all that money. You will get ur check wit in 90 days to make sure it is not a fraud if someone is applying for a credit card WHAT.

    Buford says:
    October 27th, 2011 at 1:15 pm

    Amen

    Dean says:
    October 20th, 2011 at 11:42 am

    Everybody gets the same “website” built by Ben and Dave. I had problems connecting until I contacted BrainHost. However, I just got a refund of my $27 for Six figure program. My reasons are that it is impossible to believe that you can get any traffic to that generic website. You cannot modify the website in any significant way. The claim cash feature is complete BS.

    I think that you can make some money with affliate marketing if you have a unique website, which is why I may keep brainhost and invest in some real web development software.

    For your $27 you get a worthless website, and basically worthless training. Plus you will get bugging to add coaching and spend thousands of dollars on add ons…$27 isnt a lot of money, but what you get is worthless.

    William says:
    October 15th, 2011 at 5:55 am

    Louis, I also have a website built by Ben & Dave, but so far I haven’t run into the problem you state as “i got my website built by ben and dave, however, i cannot get it to connect to the site they say i need to connect so as to start getting business sent to my site.” Maybe I’m not far enough along with their program or my own website to understand or realize that there is some additional site to connect to so as to get business sent to my site. Please explain. I definitely want to know.

  • Simon says:

    October 7th, 2011 at 3:47 am

    Thanks everyone for your warnings. I was considering them but thank God I came this site…
    There are good affiliate training courses out there – I’m doing one at the moment but they cost a bit more than $27 – of course! I believe you have to research each one intensively for at least a few hours and then mull it over for at least a few days!!! That way I came up with three possibles. After a week decided on the one I’m doing…

    Of course I only came up with this method after being scammed a couple of times on online moneymaking schemes but it seems to work – just an idea… Good luck everyone…

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    Mimi says:
    October 27th, 2011 at 10:52 am

    Hi Simon, Can you please share the affiliate training course that you are doing now. thanks.

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    Sandy P says:

    September 30th, 2011 at 5:20 pm

    DON’T fall for this crap! Total scam artists at work….Couldn’t even link on to their website because the wireless connections available said “NOT TRUSTED”. Never seen that before! The testimonial featuring some blond lady says that ” I’m shy…this isn’t really my picture”. Bells and alarms should be going off…Red Alert!

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  • jan patrick says:

    September 28th, 2011 at 6:45 pm

    I just signed up for the affiliate program, when i watched the video and testimonials of other members I was amazed. But please if this is scam please help me to retrieve my payment I paid 27$ for registering and 181$ for creating my website. I got the website but they promise to get back to me after 24 hours to finish my site before I can start my business. I’m employed right now but im looking for additional income to get my family in the Philippines… pls anyone could give me some advice

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    Buford says:
    October 27th, 2011 at 1:19 pm

    Just what they did to me. I’ve been trying to get someone, anyone to respond to me and they won’t. Scammed I am.

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    Kristen says:

    September 27th, 2011 at 8:36 am

    Here’s basically the point. Affiliate marketing can make you money by building websites for companies advertizing their product and then getting paid commission on the sales. This is actually legitimate. You can go to any website such as Best Buy or Circuit City and they will have a direct link to their affiliate program. Everything I’ve just told you is all that you will be told after signing up for the six figure program. You’re paying $27 to learn only that. If you want them to go into more detail you have to join the “jet setter’s club” which of course costs more. And they make you go and pay Hostgator almost $100 so that they can build you a website, which is sub par at best. I’m absolutely certain that they actually are affiliate marketers for Hostgator and that every time someone signs up for their program they get paid for it. That’s why The Six Figure Program only costs $27. Because they’re making their money back in other ways. If you’re actually interested in affiliate marketing, just go google it or read some books. There is money to be made there. But this program itself is just a scam.

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    Daniel says:

    September 20th, 2011 at 2:13 pm

    As if the economy isn’t bad enough! I was about to borrow the money to try to get into this program. I’m married and have 2 kids and because of this economy and this money sucking city I live in, I’m now facing an eviction in less than a week and we have nowhere to go. And all this because of a lay-off! To heck with an honest living! If a crack-head showed up right now guaranteeing me I could make some fast money selling his product, I’d take it! Society is now 2 classes. Rich and poor! I don’t see that changing any time soon!

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    So Sick Of It Too says:
    November 17th, 2011 at 10:04 pm

    I understand. When the bills are piling up, and others are depending on you, it gets overbearing, overwhelming but do’nt give up! I can honestly say that if I were spending my money on lavish things or if I was a shop-a-holic that is one thing but I have cut every corner I can without chopping my nose off. I can hardly breath. I am trying. I don’t know what else to do at this point!

    Buford says:
    October 27th, 2011 at 1:20 pm

    Glass is almost empty for you isn’t it? Don’t give up!

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    Mark Winkle says:

    September 18th, 2011 at 7:18 pm

    I hope that if you are reading this that you were not scammed by this company. I was similarly scammed by ultraforeclosures.com and GOT DOUBLE MY MONEY BACK. Under the federal law if you go to your bank within sixty days and place a stop order on your transaction, the bank will CHARGE BACK DOUBLE the money that you were scammed out of. This is the LAW! File a complaint with IC3.com of the FBI at IC3.com or United States Department of Justice website. IC3 will investigate and find these guys. Don’t be afraid to file your complaint. The IC3 was formed to seek out INTERNET FRAUD like this.

    TO GET YOUR DOUBLE REFUND:

    Step 1. Go to your bank and put a stop order on your transaction. Fill out a fraudulent transaction form.

    Step 2. File your complaint with the IC3 unit of the FBI
    at IC3.com.

    I am a financial consultant. This one smelled “funny” from the first word.

    Consultant One

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    THERESA says:
    October 17th, 2011 at 4:33 pm

    i got scammed by the software billions club and tv travel now these six figure program. There are legit programs out there and six figure is not accredited with the better bussiness bureau

  • Alicia says:

    September 17th, 2011 at 11:05 am

    And to think I almost did this. it sounded so persuasive and it’s easy to get many people’s attentions, especially if they’re the people who are in desperate need of some money, which i am one of them. it sounds like a scam to me, but to those who have taken interest in this, i wish you the best of luck! let me know how it turns out. i may be investing in it one way…or another.

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    Buford says:
    October 27th, 2011 at 1:30 pm

    DO NOT INVEST IN THIS COMPANY!!!

  • Suzi says:

    September 16th, 2011 at 2:46 pm

    I, too received this e-mail about 10 mins ago and was all excited, until I heard a little voice telling me to just check it out first. I am so glad I did. Thanks everybody for your comments. I have a New GOOD DISCOVERY tho. Get the DVD, or BOOK titled “THE SECRET” It deals with the “Law of Attraction”. I have always believed in being positive,but never really realized how negative I have been. Now I like to try and watch the DVD once a day, it is uplifting and I am believing. WOW! What a revelation. This will help you to envision and make your millions and everything else that you what in your life. Good Luck. Love and Good Vibes to you. Suzi

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    Buford says:
    October 27th, 2011 at 1:31 pm

    Read it. You are correct, great book!

  • Careisa Taylor says:

    September 16th, 2011 at 12:32 am

    Now you guys left me wondering what to do. I am so desperate and broke i borrowed the $29.95 and signed up with the six figure program. I cant believe people have the time to build stories of people who they claim had benefited and earn with this program. All these mails and videos i have been receiving i have read all and now to learn i have been wasting my time. I was about to pay another $29.95 for shipping and handling of another offer they have. I am disappointed i guess i have to continue looking for a 9 to 5 job..thanks guys

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    Buford says:
    October 27th, 2011 at 1:33 pm

    Good luck. I think I’m going to just get a job. Dang!

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    loro says:

    September 15th, 2011 at 2:11 pm

    didnt come across this page until after i ordered the 27 package and its all online but when i called my bank it had been tapped twice for 27 i was not told that one was for the supposely kit and the other for a prosper something i mean both 27 dollars the rep had the nerve to get an attitude and said i can refund one i said refund both to the my account dont know if they will or not will see but seems like a scam dont want to take a chance thanks for the reviews i was about to proceed further

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    Christine says:

    September 14th, 2011 at 10:04 pm

    Well, I purchaased it abut a month ago and I got the coaches also for 12 months (which have paid off since I call almost eveyday) They told me it wasn’t a get rich quick scheme, but it just takes time in the beginnng and what you can’t do is give up during the process. I undestand the concept (just making commission off of the people that go traffic to go to another website) If they buy anything, you get paid. It just takes determination and persistance.

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    Tanya says:
    December 26th, 2011 at 7:51 pm

    Just wondering how much did you pay for the coach?

    David says:
    October 25th, 2011 at 12:00 pm

    Hey Christine,
    I purchased the program, but did not get the coaches. Can you let me know if it is worth having the coach? I’ve been doing it on my own, with very little success.
    Any insight is appreciated!

    David

    Christine says:
    October 24th, 2011 at 2:17 pm

    I haven’t made anything yet because I’m still getting my website complete. I’m no computer whiz, so it’s taking me a while, but it’s almost done, maybe a few more days. I’ll re-post when I finally get paid, which should be soon. I’m optimistic though. I think the more affiliates you have, the better, so I’m always finding more.

    Deb says:
    October 24th, 2011 at 1:17 pm

    How much have you made and in what time frame? Thank you.

  • Paige says:

    September 12th, 2011 at 4:30 pm

    I’m glad I did some research first before investing in this program maybe this program isn’t as successful due to the economy. Best wishes to everyone! I pray things will get better

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    Darius says:

    September 12th, 2011 at 1:23 pm

    I admit it, I purchased the site about 3 weeks ago… So far, nothing. I’m going to at least try and find something to do with the website that I am now locked into.

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    Buford says:
    October 27th, 2011 at 1:35 pm

    Let us know what you come up with won’t you?

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    concerned says:

    September 12th, 2011 at 12:08 pm

    I see that a lot of people are mad that they haven’t gotten a refund I kept my confirmation email and I figured out how to get your money back if your trying this program or have tried this program and want your money back I think it’s best not to contact them because it might take a while to respond or maybe not even at all. you have to contact this website myproductonline.com put in your name and everything and your product should pop up it also gives u number to call if you have any questions about your product you should be able to get your money back hope this helps

    Also I was able to cancel my order but I’m working on getting my money back from host gator, I don’t think the site is a scam they just make it look like its easy money when it’s obviously not. They tell you nothing about buying multiple programs once you sign up basically u end up being more broke than you were before u signed up. However, the success network seems like a very good website training program you just have to put in the time, they give you all you need to know about building your website and marketing it w/o the middle man and a syllabus to follow if your serious about building your own website I would say that site is good but it is $50 a month for a yr….if u have the money I’ll say that is really good

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    tanis walters says:

    September 12th, 2011 at 10:53 am

    I work two jobs and catch two buses to work i thought these two men were on the up an up but they ripped me off and they sold me a dream that was never to come true. I really just want my money back $27 $67 I’m a single mother who don’t have it like that and yes i would be interested in a class action suit against the six figure program Ben an Dave if you start up a class action suit please contact me i say we involve the FBI the government period cause i know they are not paying taxes on all our hard earned money. They are common criminal and should be brought to justice PLEASE HELP ME GET MY MONEY BACK

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    Larry says:
    November 20th, 2011 at 5:36 pm

    Tanis,

    I too, was scammed by these people. I think that the FBI is the only course of action to take.I have called four times and can’t get a call back as promised. I just read how to get your money back by one of the complaints so I will take that course of action.

    Buford says:
    October 27th, 2011 at 1:37 pm

    I’m with you Tanis. I already involved the FBI through IC3. Hope it do’es some good.

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    Bill says:

    September 9th, 2011 at 6:11 pm

    These guys are scary to deal with. I didn’t order the program but I did provide some business services for them. They decided they didn’t like what I did after the job was done and they threatened me to the point where I sought legal advice. Never did get paid. I can’t comment on the program but from my experience dealing with these guys – stay away.

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    Betty says:
    October 26th, 2011 at 2:34 pm

    Thanks everyone,i am glad i didn’t sign up for this program, it sounded good to me also, but after reading all the reviews, i have a change of heart,i won’t do it,already broke don’t need any more debt, thank you all,hope those who signed up and was not satisfied get back your money, and hope that everything will soon work out for you, be encouraged.

  • Baljit says:

    September 9th, 2011 at 4:49 pm

    Thanks for sharing your experiences with the Six Figure Program, i was almost going to buy the program until i did some research on askjeeves.com. Just another scamming program!

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  • Corinne says:

    September 9th, 2011 at 11:22 am

    I just wanted to thank all the good people who commented on the six figure program. I like many others am looking for a real way to earn income online with affiliate marketing and after reading your comments… Well I just wanted to say thank you for steering me clear of yet another bad decision.

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    Lolli Adverbs says:

    September 8th, 2011 at 8:16 pm

    Ben Moskel And Dave Clabeaux – The Six Figure Program
    Web: dave@sixfigureprogram.com
    They process payments offshore. Dispute the charges as what you ordered was not received. It was a hot program 4 years ago, but at best it was still a scam.

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    Ernie says:

    September 8th, 2011 at 7:53 pm

    Well to me this a scam like all other home based businesses. I also tried to set up my website but when you get to step#3 that is were the problem is. So far host gator said it is not their problem it is the six figure problem. To me all they did is take my $27 & $69 for something that won’t work. Do yourself a favor don’t believe these clowns.

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    Mike Kraft says:

    September 8th, 2011 at 10:06 am

    I just now accidently stumbled onto the six figure program and like a bad dream, it all came back to me. I checked my email history and realized it was 3 years ago (August 2008) that made the stupid mistake of running into Moskel and Clabo. I did get my money back, but…

    It is sad to see they are still ripping people off. What is it going to take to get the Florida attorney general to shut these 2 lowlifes down and lock them up?

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  • jay says:

    September 8th, 2011 at 8:59 am

    why would anyone invest in anything without performing due diligence. if something seems to good to be true… well you know the rest

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    patrick gault says:

    September 7th, 2011 at 6:23 pm

    I bought this 4 days ago and can not access my web site. All communications are confusing and they have the gall to tell you that time is your most valuable asset. I am very very sorry I purchased this and will ask for a refund although from what I have read here that wont be forth coming. Anyone for a class action suit? This has to be illegal.

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  • mjm says:

    September 6th, 2011 at 8:36 pm

    Wow! I’m a stay at home mom trying to find a way to earn some income while at home. These comments are very helpful. I’m so glad I did not sign up for this without researching the reviews first. Guess I’ll keep looking for a way to make money while still being there for my kids.

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  • Frank says:

    September 5th, 2011 at 10:20 pm

    Can not understand the six figure income DVD program. The recording is not clear and too low in volume to understand. I paid $295. I will be asking for a refund.

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    Chas says:

    September 5th, 2011 at 12:43 am

    I purchased this program nearly a year ago, now & never gave up, but, a cheesy cookie-cutter template with hardly any capacity that is a carbon-copy of everyone else’s that buys into their program isn’t going to produce sales- especially with Google’s Panda update, where a news feed is punished and you need fresh original content on a regular basis to compete. I bought it when they were charging $49.95, or something like that- but, even at $27 bucks it is a waste of money. Spend the money on a website for dummies book, build it yourself and subscribe to a legitimate blog on affiliate marketing. I did learn what not to do through their program, but, it has been a money vacuum. Guys like this give Affiliate Marketing a bad name.

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    John says:

    September 2nd, 2011 at 6:43 pm

    by the way I should also point out that ben and dave’s six figure program is a perfect example of the type of website they are trying to get you to build………for each “customer” they send to hostgator that signs up for web hosting they are getting up to $150 if they send 21 or more per month……….do the math on that 21 x 150 = $2625 per month……….don’t believe me go to hostgator and click on “affiliates”.

    By the way hostgator has a bunch, hundreds, of free website templates as do other web hosting companies like go daddy, etc. so the value, if any, of the six figure program is how to sign up for affiliate fees and which ones seem to generate the most money. Hope this helps.

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    John says:

    September 2nd, 2011 at 6:23 pm

    Well unlike almost all of the other reviewers I actually received a “website” back from six figures and was able to edit it a bit and post some links, etc.

    For me I was just trying to understand the way these programs worked and the financial incentives offered to web sites by advertisers. I will agree that the videos are pretty basic and not of high quality but for the $14 I paid I didn’t expect a highly polished movie quality course.

    If all you want to do is get a template to do some stuff on a website this may work for you. If you want to get rich while sleeping, probably not.

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    Amber says:

    September 1st, 2011 at 8:30 pm

    i have been waiting for my package for a month now! At this point in time.. i just want my money back!!

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    Henrietta Foreman says:

    September 1st, 2011 at 4:47 pm

    I have not been able to get my website up and running after 4 tries. I have received my passwords from Hostgator for the website and the control panel. It may be a scam, but I judge
    it as be legit until I complete my research.

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    Skeeter Sanders says:

    September 1st, 2011 at 2:02 pm

    The Six Figure Program by Ben Moskel and Dave Clabeaux is a scam. Indeed, it’s worse than that. it’s a financial vampire that will constantly suck money from you if you don’t stop it dead in its tracks.

    A red flag instantly flashed in my brain when I visited the Moskel and Clabeaux’s Website, SixFigureKit.com, and saw a screenshot of one of the online businesses that the pair said they created: CyberDefender.

    CyberDefender is supposedly an anti-spyware and anti-malware computer program. I bought and downloaded it — and found out much to my grief that CyberDefender not only does NOT do what it was supposed to do, but it was actually a trojan that INFECTS your computer with malware.

    CyberDefender infected my computer with malware so destructive that it rendered the machine useless by forcing it to go into Safe Mode and staying there, no mater how many times I rebooted the system. I ultimately had to replace the computer.

    Adding insult to injury, I quickly was bombarded by repeated calls from CyberDefender telemarketers trying aggressively to get me to purchase more of their phony services — despite my telephone number being listed on the National Do Not Call Registry.

    Infuriated, I threatened to sue CyberDefender for harassment if they didn’t stop calling me in violation of the Do Not Call law. Ultimately, the calls did stop — but only after I tracked down CyberDefender’s phone numbers and put them on my phone system’s block-call database.

    Beware — These guys aren’t legitimate. They’re scam artists out to make a quick buck for themselves at other people’s expense.

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  • USUALLY NAIVE IN FLA says:

    September 1st, 2011 at 2:44 am

    I was ready to order the six figure program when I thought I would do my own web research. I received the pitch through my Email spam folder, and am so glad I found this review page. Usually its the other way around for me, I’m usually reading a review page after the purchase. After reading the initial pitch, it sounded “too good to be true”. I still found myself still intrigued wanting to buy the program.
    These guys should be ashamed of themselves. Too bad they couldn’t be hunted down and held accountable. So many sad stories of people being taken advantage of. They are pathetic sinners targeting naive individuals.

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    simon nobody says:
    October 24th, 2011 at 9:13 pm

    “I’m usually reading a review page after the purchase”

    DO NOT DO THIS. ALWAYS READ THE REVIEWS FIRST. AND DON’T EVEN TRUST THE REVIEWS. YOU CAN GET INFORMATION ON AFFILIATE MARKETING FOR FREE.

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    MISHA BURTON says:

    September 1st, 2011 at 12:27 am

    I HAVE BEEN SCAMMED BY THE SIX FIGURE PROGRAM. I AM TELLING YOU, I DECIDED I WASN’T ABLE TO PUT IN THE TIME NEEDED, SO I REQUESTED A REFUND, A COUPLE DAYS LATER OF PURCHASING THE PROGRAM. KEeP GETTING EMAIL FROM ”MY PRODUCT ONLINE” STATING THAT THERE IS NO REFUND TO ISSUE, CAUSE I HAVEN’T BEEN CHARGED. BUT MY BANK STATEMENT SAYS OTHERWISE. THIS IS A SCAM, I WILL GO TO COURT SO EVERYONE WILL KNOW.

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    Nat Dowell says:

    August 30th, 2011 at 1:43 pm

    I saw this in my email and as usual thought that this opportunity might be a scam.Well,as someone stated “if it sounds to good to be true,then it is.I am so glad that i did not go for this mess.It should be totally against the law for people to treat others this way.This country is in bad shape.

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  • Josh says:

    August 29th, 2011 at 3:26 pm

    Well first let me say I am 19 and fresh out of high school and have every intention to go to college but I received an email about this and as of 45 minutes ago I was eager to sign up but now that I have read all these comments I do not feel like investing my money into this company, wish there actually was a way to make good money this easy but there’s not!

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    Caribou says:

    August 28th, 2011 at 4:51 pm

    Thieves and liars – they are, I can spot these web sites a mile away now.

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  • Christina says:

    August 28th, 2011 at 3:16 pm

    Thank you everyone for you comments on this product. I have been unemployed for about 4 months now and have decided to work from home. I came across this program in and email that I received. It sounded so good I decided to research it more. Then I came across this page and have changed my mind on this program. They will not be receiving any money from me. The Better Business Bureau aka BBB rates this program an F. I think that speaks clear that this program is a waste of money and time.

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    Cheryl says:

    August 27th, 2011 at 7:51 pm

    After paying the $27 plus another $160 to Hostgator, never was able to access my website. I repeatedly contacted the Six Figure Program only to be told through emails that I was entering the login information incorrectly. They told me to email the hostgator information to them and they would have my website running soon…nothing happened. Listened in on one conference call which was just a promo to buy something else. Did receive my $27 refund and am now working on the refund from Hostgator for the website that I never saw. The thing that Ben and Dave seem to be good at is the bait and switch.

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    jose torres says:

    August 27th, 2011 at 3:29 pm

    Found out that this big, super organization, with it’s big office has a postal box (#159) at the UPS Store located at 106 Cobblestone Drive in Victor, New York 14564, and in fact information gleaned from the ups employee at the store, that the owners of the box are constantly receiving “court mail,”and she states that they’re Nigerians…Leave the rest to your imagination about Six Figure Income dot com!

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  • Mikael says:

    August 26th, 2011 at 2:10 pm

    Do you people honestly think that two crooks like these guys care about you making money? NO ONE in the world cares about you, me, or anyone else. Money doesn’t grow on trees, and no one will look out for your interests if there is nothing in it for them. These two guys are feasting on your ignorance.

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    Vik says:

    August 26th, 2011 at 2:02 pm

    I will have to agree with the comments here. I was pissed when i found out that i had to pay more on web-hosting. It is really unfair that in these hard times there are still people looking for a way to cheat others out of their money. OK look at the case of single mothers, students and families struggling to make ends meet lose money to fraudsters. The training videos don’t really say anything. The emails are so confusing. I am also going to count it as a loss and spread the word about these guys. This really sucks.

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    J. R. Kays says:

    August 25th, 2011 at 9:21 pm

    I signed up a couple of days ago and have received nothing but confusing emails. I have tried to get my money back, but I can see now that I’ll just have to chalk it up as a loss! “If it looks to good to be true, then it usual is!” SCAM!

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    Tiffany says:

    August 25th, 2011 at 2:48 pm

    I believe The Six Figure Program is a scam. Ben and Dave you should be ashamed for taking advantage of people the way you do. I am a single Mom to two children. My son is mentally disabled and I was trying to find a way to make good money working from home, so I had more time to spend with my son.

    Now I am out $130+ that could have been spent on my kids. I agree with ALL the other people and their comments, had all the same issues. I just wished I had seen these comments before ever purchasing your product. KARMA!!!! I hope it comes back to you 10 fold!

    Stay clear from Ben and Dave and The Sixfigure Program!!!What a bunch of BS!

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    Kari says:
    January 10th, 2012 at 3:17 pm

    I am in the same position. I am a single mom and I take care of my 19 yr old son that has mental probs as well. I live in a 600 sq ft rental. Was really believing it because it was on the news promoting it.

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    BUBA says:

    August 23rd, 2011 at 9:17 pm

    I purchased the kit for 29.97 plus more money for the web hosting. It took 3 weeks for my website top pop up. I seriously asked for help, 2 more weeks went by, then Prosper contacted me and said Ben and Dave told them to contact me. They said they would train me for 20K, then 2 days later I get an email to join the jetsetters club. What a Joke. This Company will suck you dry and not care if you succeed. (BEWARE) stay away from the sixfigureprogram, its a major scam.

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    McKay323 says:

    August 23rd, 2011 at 1:15 pm

    CLASS ACTION ANYONE???

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    larry says:

    August 22nd, 2011 at 10:48 am

    Let’s do something about them.

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    Denise says:

    August 20th, 2011 at 11:49 am

    I signed up 3 days ago and just like others, I find out I have to invest more money after the $27. I must say that I was quite pissed considering Ben and Dave mentioned nothing of costs for setting up your own website. I have contacted customer support and still have yet to receive anything but a ticket confirmation email. I will say that at this point I am just going to take it as a loss and will definitely not invest money into setting up any website with them. Thank you to all those who posted about the “failed” websites. You all just saved me $60+ and it’s greatly appreciated. I fully believe now that this is a scam!

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    melodie says:

    August 18th, 2011 at 3:48 am

    I also signed up for this for $27 on 8/16/11 as well as approx. $68 for host gator. I’ve had to keep emailing and calling them to reset my password. Everytime I login, it says invalid. I have yet to have my website up as they promised 24-48hrs. Luckily I paid with a prepaid visa from walgreens that you add money too. At least I have the peace of mind thats all they’ll get out of me and they don’t have my bank info. I want to cancel it but can’t seem to find the link to them anymore.

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    sallash adjem says:

    August 16th, 2011 at 11:01 am

    the sixfigerprogram from DAVE and DAN is a scam .email them abt my refund and up till is time i don’t have the refund

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  • TwoBoys says:

    August 15th, 2011 at 2:49 pm

    Thank you for the information about this program. I was about to purchase it until I found your information. It sounds like you have saved me money and a lot of grief!

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    Jess says:

    August 14th, 2011 at 1:48 am

    Someone should call the better business bureau!!! Thanks for the input, I have been unemployed for over 6 months, am a struggling student, and thought this was my way out… Yeah right!!! I would have a better chance selling AVON!

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    Black says:

    August 11th, 2011 at 8:17 pm

    This is a scam. They make it where every time you put your login information in it is invalid. This is the third day with no results. I emailed them and no correct correspondence. Save your time an money.

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    Mark Stevenson says:

    August 11th, 2011 at 1:19 pm

    All the info needed is allready on line they are not pro active and are in it to promote thier own dvds and extra cost offers.

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    Roxanne says:

    August 2nd, 2011 at 5:04 pm

    Well I signed up for the program yesterday thinking that there was just the one time fee of $27. After signing in, I realize that I need to fork out another $65 to $105 for Host Gator fees – this is a required step as they want your details so that they can build a website for you.

    I emailed them asking for a refund, explaining my situation (I have two boys with autism so funds are low) only to receive a nasty, generic email about how they don’t tolerate people being rude. WT?? How is MY having two boys with autism in anyway being rude to them??

    So I have sent them another email back, nicely asking for my money back. If they don’t reply in a positive manner, then I will pursue it through the bank ;-)

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    paul williams says:

    July 29th, 2011 at 7:57 pm

    my name is Paul Williams, I have also ordered the six figure program, paid $14.95 also payed $140 for a web site. as of 7/31/11. I have not heard or received anything from anybody who you see on the video. Is there anybody who can help me? six figure program, has e-mailed me seven times correctly, About buying, why can’t anyone set up my web page? Dates of e-mails are 7/20/11,7/12/11,7/19/11,7/17/11,7/15/11. I am very interested in learning your program. Will you please help.

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    D. Lyn says:

    July 29th, 2011 at 2:52 pm

    I signed up for the six figure program and received the materials. I also received the website, a training manual and a gazillion follow-up emails with “inspirational” messages and offers for conference calls and to sell me other stuff. I sat in on 2 conference calls, each ended by offering to sell something at a “steal” if you did it within the next 12 hours. Dave and Ben never actually contact you except through canned email and the only true follow-up is to get you to buy other things.

    I signed up for a “free” coaching session, so called only a privileged few can get this and discovered that it is a company trying to sell you training. When I tried to have an interview over the phone with one of the “coaches” he asked a lot of personal information. I tried to be vague, but did give my approximate annual income (2nd guessing this at this point, not sure what they’ll do with this info — I’ll be keeping close tabs on my credit file over the years).

    Anyway during the course of the call somehow we mysteriously got cut off and when I tried to call back I got a corporate voice mail box, one of the generic kind and never heard from them again. Guess they either 1) got all the info they wanted out of me 2) determined that I wouldn’t be a sucker enough to fall for a sales pitch (being in a sales related business myself). Prior to the call I set up a website, posted some affiliate links, followed the plan and it hasn’t worked for me.

    Essentially I think at some point folks made money with affiliate marketing. Now it’s virtually impossible to make any money with it. You’re competing with big corporations for prime search engine spots if you do pay per click most areas are saturated. Other than this it’s next to impossible to get significant traffic to your site. You could literally spend thousands and make only a few dollars if at all.

    Primarily six figure program is a bunch of BS, or maybe it’s genius. Probably making a ton of money for Ben and Dave…

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    Annoyed says:

    July 25th, 2011 at 11:20 pm

    If it sounds too good to be true it usually is!

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    Robert Vallair says:

    July 21st, 2011 at 2:15 pm

    I am giving this a dreadful. I signed up this program on July 12th, I paid $27 for the website setup, $69 for a year of website hosting, and $29 for the jet-setters club. As of today, July 21st ….. I do not have access to my website they are supposed to have built for me. You can only contact these guys via email and I have been in off and on communication with their customer service rep. Jessica – she keeps telling me that my website will be up and running “shortly” These guys give a great pitch, but I cannot say whether they are legit or not simply because they have not delivered to me yet what I have paid for. Once (of if ) I get my website setup, I will give a further review. I want to believe they are on the up and up, but with them taking over 10 days to build my website, after claiming it takes on 24-48 hrs. to get started – I am little suspect at this time.

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