“A federal court judge has issued a temporary restraining order against a Utah-based company that hosts celebrity-backed real estate seminars after the Federal Trade Commission determined they made ‘deceptive promises of big profits,’ according to an official press release.”
Owner and coach Tim Emery answers a few questions below on how Invest Success operates differently.
Q: Is this the first time you have heard of a scam like this? Can you explain how this affects people?
A: I don’t look at this as a scam; I think there is a lot of great information on the programs. The issue is, it’s not set up for everybody to succeed. People need guidance and direction when it comes to learning new businesses. Investment real estate is very local and its fine details need to be explained by local educators
Q: How can people avoid seminars or classes like this? What are the common red flags?
A: You need to ask yourself, “what is their intention?” Is it to sell you another program or seminar? If someone is offering to give you all the information for free, or they say they are, that is a huge red flag.
Invest Success is local and has local classes. It’s hands-on, and the time you spend with your mentor is not limited.
Q: What makes Invest Success different?
A: Invest Success is local and has local classes. It’s hands-on, and the time you spend with your mentor is not limited. You also have a group of people around you that have experience and have been through the program. The goal is to finish the program with a deal completed and the experience to move on to the next level.
Q: Have you ever recommended someone pay for your mentorship program with a credit card?
A: No. Credit cards add to your debt and cost more money in the long run. That does not help you get ahead.
93% of our students have completed a deal during the program.
Q: Is everyone successful after enrolling in your mentorship program?
A: 93% of our students have completed a deal during the program.
Q: What advice do you have for new real estate investors?
A: Find networking groups like the John Fisher Breakfast Club and ICOR. Meet as many people as you can. Do your due diligence on who you work with. If someone offers to mentor you for free be very careful.
Q: If someone is interested in your mentorship program, how do they get started?
A: Contact Invest Success or call me at 303-517-9191