Complaint: Justin Briley, the owner of Yoobly.com did a very good presentation on the sale webinar. Everything the webinar promised to deliver sounds like a good deal. I jumped in and signed up, paid the webinar special of $194 vs. $288 regular price and skipped the $1 trial offer, all excited that something I needed help on is finally here! A guy called later and scheduled for another to interview me over the phone. On the interview he asked about my goal and sold me the coaching package, charging $4,199 on top of the $194 already paid. They did a good job on getting me into their program and pay the premium. Comparing the basic package which they listed on their website and the coaching package which they will up sell you with the phone calls, there is not much different. If you read their website carefully, the 90 Days Jump Start, the Yoobly Prospector, Referal Program, World Class Duplicatable Training, All In One Website Builder, Hosted Landing Pages, Built In Email Autoresponder, Prewritten ebook Templates, Pro-Desinged email Templates, Members only Affiliate Program, Yoobly Help Desk Support, Private Facebook Group, Training Library, Daily Live Training Webinars, Six Figure Road Map, Free Proven Marketing Strategies, Closing Scripts, all are included in the price according to the sale webinar at this writing. (They are changing things around often. At one time, the Certificate program was included too) I paid $4,199 more for the coaching program, where I got no more than 4 coaching sessions of 15-30 minutes each with a coach, who helped me put together a couple Facebook ads, tweak them a few times, and I spent over $80 to get one lead. I usually have to wait up to a couple days for someone to call or email back when I needed help. There is some value in their certificate and training program, but it is definitely not worth the price. I’m no where near the very reasonable goal I set following their training program. When asked why was I charged so much more for the little different? They all told me to keep working at it, keep attending daily webinars which are pretty much the same over and over, throwing more money into ads to see which one finally works. Not really answering my question. I experienced everything the previous filer reported in her complaint on this website about Yoobly. I should have done more research before joining them. They block all negative comments on their Facebook ads, keeping only those in their favor. So please do your own research carefully before throwing money away. Investing over $4 thousand dollars is a lot of money for something you would probably get for a few hundreds dollars elsewhere.
Tags: Computer Training & Education
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