Complaint: Armando Tovaar (real name Jorge Ochoa) is a fraud. Save your $67 or 97 –he is selling a ‘pack’ that includes a link to a Free FB group, along with a free course by another marketer. If you’ve been struggling with making your first sale, and dreaming of becoming the next e-commerce success story, Armando Tovaar’s course might seem too good to be true. Wait, his real name can be Jorge Ochoa, though. Apparently, he lives in California, if his Facebook profile were any indication. He is apparently associated with the Aspire Centennial College Academy as an ‘after-school’ teacher, but who knows what’s the real deal with this scam artist. He could just be posting fake IDs, right? Beware of dealing with Armando Tovaar. I found him posting about a recent ‘achievement’ on an FB group called 90-Day Ecom Challenge. Maybe the achievement was legit, but if you check his FB page, and his posts (which are now hidden/deleted/removed) you’d see that he is selling a course on Facebook ads/e-commerce for $67, or $97. Screenshots for reference. He doesn’t let you see this course until you have paid. But who cares. The shitty MO of this guy, however, is making you PAY to get a link to an FB group that’s free. Coincidentally, I am a member of the said group (called ECOM EMPIRES). Ecom Empires is solely managed by a person that I personally look up to because I am learning from him every day. This group, is FREE to access. Nick’s course (the link to which can be found in the group) is FREE. His videos are on Youtube, and on a membership site that’s FREE to sign up for. One of the most valuable internet marketing and e-commerce resources EVER, for FREE, guys. But Armando Tovaar is misleading and deceiving his ‘students’ by including in the ‘pack’ he’s selling, the link to this FB group page, and Nick’s free course.
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