Advisor Internet Marketing Review

This company is a total RIPOFF! I am a financial advisor and was looking for help with internet marketing. I heard of Advisor Internet Marketing and checked out there website. They looked legit and talked a good game. | Boy, did they pull the wool over my eyes! | I was told that they would “build” me an internet sales funnel so I could attract clients and it was a “Done For You” service. Of course since they are in an industry that is highly regulated they advertising in the funnel needs to pass compliance. | I asked what would happen if this “funel” does not pass compliance and I could not use it. They told me “no problem” we’ll give your a refund so there is no risk on your part! | Well, after the “funnel” was submitted to compliance it came back “NOT APPROVED!” Nt only was it NOT APPROVED, it also had wording in the sale copy that triggered requiring filing a FINRA letter which would cost serveral hundred more dollars…..this after already spending $3,000 for the “funnel.” | But it get sworse. | My compliance department said that ” this material does not even meet GENERAL CONTENT STANDARDS set forth by FINRA. FINRA is the regulating bodyfor brokerage firms in the United States. | So I was basicallt sold a bill of goods and have been totally ripped off. Again, I was told this was a “turn key” marketing funnel that was plug and play. Clearly it is not “turn key” in that it does not even meet General COntent Standards set forth by FINRA. | When I called for a refund thay hid behind their 30 Day Money Back guarantee. The problem is that this funnel, due to it’s comlexity, took 45 days just to get it thru compleance. | So this 30 day guaratee is 30 days by design…..just long enough so they can rip you off!

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Name: Advisor Internet Marketing

Country: United States

State: Arizona

City: Cortaro

Address: P.O. Box 631

Phone: (888) 979-2701

Website: www.advisorinternetmarketing.com/

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