About Sam Ovens
SamOvens.com is the online home and website for Sam Ovens, a digital marketing consultant from New Zealand who is offering his services to clients all over the world.
How Does It Work?
Sam Ovens started out as the CEO and founder of SnapInspect, which was a property inspection application created for property management companies which helps managers inspect rental properties using their smartphones or tablets. Their website says that this application is now the “global market leader in the property inspection software space.”
Since selling that application, Sam Ovens has become a digital marketing consultant who helps companies “profit wildly.” He says that his clients are some of the fastest growing companies in New Zealand and Australia, and that he has been responsible for helping them gain “choke holds” in their respective markets.
If you are a customer who is interested in their consulting services, you can either submit your email address to their website or contact them directly by email to see what they might be able to do for you and your company.
The website provides no information about the prices of their consulting services or any other products they may be selling, other than to offer people access to some free consulting information if they submit their email address to their website. Customers will need to contact them by email to get any information regarding pricing or costs of their services.
Unfortunately this website does not provide any information on their website about refunds, likely because they do not sell any products or contract any services through their website. In order to take advantage of their consulting services, you will need to contact them directly, and at this time you are welcome to ask them about whether or not they have any policies in place which might protect your investment if you choose to cancel your contract or are unhappy with the service you receive.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by email at [email protected] While their website does mention “listed phone numbers,” it doesn’t actually appear as though they publish any contact numbers for the public at this time.
There are actually very few reviews available for Sam Ovens or his consulting business at this time, but there are some evaluations of his business that customers can make directly from his website.
For example, this website makes a lot of criticisms of other digital marketers, referring to them as “design oriented hipsters on fancy Mac computers with their only objectives being advertising awards” and saying that they are only interested in making “cutesy designs” and not on actually getting customers for your company.
But the Sam Ovens website is actually poorly designed, offers little to no information to prospective customers, and the little information they do offer is repetitive, poorly worded, and riddled with grammar mistakes, as though this man who is trying to convince you to pay him to work on your website didn’t even take five minutes to review his own before making it live to the public.
Competitors and Alternatives?
Certainly there are many, many different people that act as self-help personalities and provide guidance through books, seminars, podcasts, and websites, as well as people who promote their life-coaching as an important opportunity for you to make money and be financially successfully.
If you have experience with this company or their products, please leave your Sam Ovens reviews below.
30 ‘Sam Ovens’ Reviews
I've seen lots of billionaires and many wealthy people, One thing about them is that they appear simple in public no mater how rich they are, they don't pose for pics to show off their wealth; jets, expensive cars etc. These tactics are only used by scammers.
Fraud - Stay Away From It
You don't need this course to succeed, you need determination.
This course is built with 1 GOAL in MIND!
To take your money & Make Sure You NEVER GET IT BACK!
Sam offers a 30 day money back guarantee, but most of their money has been spent redefining a system to fool people, force them to break the TOS & Never return their money
They have planned this so well, that the system is built with follow up emails, delayed responses & useless replies to waste your time past the 30 days and never refund you..
it is 30-day action based money back guarantee. Meaning you will have tons of homework & MOST OF IT USELESS WORK.
More homework than you had in school, the goal isnt to help you but to take your money and force you to find a way to earn it back yourself.
their training is general. they don't help you become an expert. you still need to find a niche and be an expert.
don't waste your money.
Waste of Time
Webinar is 3 hours not 2! They hook you at the beginning by promising a webinar workbook if you stay to the end. I guess not many stay because guess what, no workbook. Do you need to know more?
Can't speak on the whole spiel or what have you but I just watched some of the free videos on the consulting website. I saw the video in my news feed on 'being yourself' and then the full 1 hour video on the site and no one has so adequately expressed what i've felt my whole life that i've never been able to put into words. Highly recommend checking that one out and came here to see more of what other people thought of Sam. Looks interesting! I don't fancy myself a consultant but then again maybe that's just my 'old self' haha.
The Good, So-So, and Ugly
I joined the Sam Ovens webinar last week. Everything looked good but I'm still deciding on whether I want to join the program. I looked at this site and atleast 10 others just to see what people were saying. For anyone else who might be considering the course here's what iv'e found (the good, so-so, and ugly)
- Consulting.com (Sam's site) has over 3,200+ plus positive reviews as of posting. It's obviously not a scam and I was pleasantly surprised he even posts the 1 and 2 star reviews in addition to the 'glowing 5 star reviews' that we have come to expect.
- Jacob Mc has a pretty good blog post that I would say is positive overall as he rates it the 2nd best course he's ever bought.
- Sam Ovens Fraud Facebook page. Although intedented to damage Sam i imagine, it actually persuaded me he was more legit. you'll have to google it to see what i mean ha.
- Reddit Thread. Kind of both sided.
- Les Writes. Overall positive but some negatives.
- Dirty scam (didn't seem to get the full story but i see what they're saying)
- No BS IM reviews (try'd to pitch their product or affilate thing at the end so that makes it a red flag. hard to tell if they're legit or not).
Hope that helps anyone else considering. These days you really have to do your due diligence. I will come back and adjust my star rating if I find the course to be different but I'm giving it 4 stars because a vast majority of what I found is positive.
Total scam - be aware! Buying positive reviews is so easy!!
I watched his webinar (by the way, it's a replay and it shoes every 15 minutes!) and was convinced to follow his program.
He keeps selling his story and shows no evidence that it is actually true. He just show FB reviews from his "secret community". We all know this doesn't prove anything nowadays. The program is crap and you will get NO SUPPORT at all! You will pay and they will disappear if you need any support. This because he CAN'T give support. He knows how to cheat people like you and me.
Look at his website carefully - there is no detailed information about anything - his offices, his services, his team. How can he make millions of dollars a year without offering services? From a $2,000 program? hahaha if so the world will be filled with consultants! It is a fake! This kind of lie doesn't last and whoever does this kind of dirty business is eventually caught and live guilty and anxious.
Don't be misled by his image, his office, desk, jet, his fake reviews, likes on FB and all the other baits he throws. It is all cheap marketing. Nowadays it is as easy as it can be to buy good reviews (even video).
Why do you think he focus on people who know nothing about business? Because those who know would never be cheated by him.
If he is so good why do so many people request refunds and why does Sam Ovens denies ALL of them and tries to change the rules to cheat you? Don't give this guy a penny!
Forbes ASIA? Give me a break!
Just look with no bias, no excitement and you will easily see how fake this whole thing actually is.
Lawyers, journalists, investigate this case!
Turned out good!
Like others I saw Sam on Facebook and I joined his webinar and I listened to his presentation.
So i pulled the trigger after some careful deliberation with my wife lol. He taught me extremely, extremely valuable skills, and it just took me to the next level. I got right on it and within the first two weeks I actually landed my first client worth $2,500 and just life changing for me at that time.
If any of you guys out there want the same, this course just expands the universe of possibility and opportunity and I know it'll do the same for you, just like it's done for me, and I just wish you all the best of luck.
So Far So Good
Been using Sam's course for over 3 months. Basically before I found it, I was on Facebook struggling all the time trying to capture new clients, new leads for my business. I didn't want to become a consultant persay. Instead I actually implemented all of his techniques into my existing business and since then I've been able to drastically increase the amount of leads that we are driving into the business and we are also converting a lot more of those leads now too. Our sales are up about 250% since implementing Sam's strategies, so it's been great. I have nothing but good things to say about Sam's course. Everything from how you just do your millionaire mindset to try and get your focus on what needs to be done to even the Facebook training, which can be a course all in its own.
Problems with refund
I paid for the Consulting Accelerator Program after watching a webinar where Sam Ovens guaranteed 14 days refund. I confirmed via chat (I have the proof) that indeed there was this 14 days refund guaranteed. No conditions were showed or explained - there weren’t any conditions exposed before the payment.
Only AFTER the payment I got access to the user terms and conditions. I read it and there were lots of conditions I didn’t agree. Because of that I DIDN'T SIGN THE AGREEMENT. I have been asking for an immediate full refund, but his customer service is terrible. I've sent several emails and got just one disappointing response asking me to conclude the first 2 weeks to be able to request a refund (that is one of the conditions explained AFTER the payment). However, like I said, I didn't sign the agreement with this condition, so any of the conditions can be imposed on me. I trusted on the information available at the time of the payment – 14 days refund guaranteed. I DID NOT SIGN THE AGREEMENT.
I confess I was very excited about the program and I am still looking for a program to study in the future. So far my experience with Sam Ovens’ business has been awful. I feel cheated and disrespected. I am still waiting to have my issue resolved. I will update if anything changes (for the better or for the worse).
I first found out about Sam Ovens when I worked for a corporate company. I kind of thought he was a joke when I first saw his ad haha. For who knows what reason, I watched his webinar. I was floored. Some of the stuff he mentioned it was like he was speaking directly to me. I went in. I quit my job and bought in to his program and I was like "ok this it" I'm going to make consulting work for me. I had a four week notice period to find my first client otherwise I was going to ask for a refund. Well, I gave him the benefit of the doubt because I was having epiphany after epiphany. It took me six weeks so only 2 weeks later but the funny thing is that it literally doubled my day rate salary. Tl'dr Sam Ovens is highly recommended.