Job Killing

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Job Killing

Job Killing seems like a good program if you watch their marketing videos. It all makes sense, and that’s probably why it works so well for them to sucker people at $6k a pop. Once you buy the program for the $2k initial payment, you spend the first 10 hours listening to videos about how you need to pay the other $4k as soon as possible or you’ll have no success. They literally teach you nothing in the first 10 hours of “training”. This is the point where I started to get concerned, so I asked what their refund policy was. Instead of replying with their refund policy, they delayed and asked if I wanted to put payments on hold until I had time to go through more. I didn’t realize their refund policy is 48 hours, so this is a ploy to wait out the refund policy, because they know you are going to ask for a refund. I did evenutally ask for a refund and was told it was too late… of course. That is their whole game plan from the start. So, I filed a fraud claim with my credit card company. They are fighting that with their “promissory note” they have you sign at the beginning. No legitimate business has clients sign a promissory note. That is a clear sign that they know they are not delivering the value they are charging for and they need to strong-arm students into actually paying them. If this doesn’t end up in a class action Trump Univesity style lawsuit I will be amazed. Also, be aware that education companies that come to your town and sell $5-10k get rich quick schemes are regulated by a 72 hour no questions asked guaranteed refund. These internet education companies do not have the same laws. They do not have to give you a refund. Once you’ve signed on the dotted line, you are screwed. | Can you make money creating websites and “renting” them to businesses? Yes, of course you can. Is it worth $6k for this very poor educational material, absolutely not.

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