Capital Research International Review

Last year, I purchased a $10 seminar video published by Jason Capital of Capital Research International. I sent him a thank you email, explaining I didn’t have much money to spend on such things, but I was appreciative of the availability of this inexpensive coaching video. | Fast forward to May 2018, I check my secondary email account to discover a bill from Capital Reearch International for $59.00 | I called their support line, spoke with Cody. Apparently this fee has been processing on my debit card since the end of August last year. I hadn’t been catching it because I hadn’t knowignly signed up for a monthly program, I hadn’t been checking my secondary email (Jason Capital send a LOT of spam, which is why I gave a secondary address,) and the monthly fee was simply showing up as CAPITAL RE on my bank statement, which I had repeatedly overlooked because I live in my state’s Capital, Madison, Wisconsin, and figured it was a gas charge or some other city related fee or purchase. | I have called Capital Research International several times to try to have them refund the fees, which were billed to be without my consent for services that I have not used, or even known about, up until one week ago. | Capital Research is not responding to my email requests to resolve this issue. | I genuinely enjoy Jason Capital’s coaching and I am heartbroken to discover that they were essentially stealing from my account this whole time without my consent. | Please be very cautious when giving your credit card or debit card numbers to Jason Capital, Capital Research International, and/or the High Status program. These predatory financial practices are amoral and cruel, and they take advantage of people who frequently cannot afford to be taken advantage of. If you don’t keep them honest through your own diligence, you may find yourself out a good deal of money.

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Name: Capital Research International

Country: United States

State: California

City: Newport Beach

Address: 500 Newport Center Dr #780

Phone: 949-522-5797

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