is well known in the direct marketing world. He wrote
the book "How I make $4,000 a day sitting at my
kitchen table in my underwear". Like the name describes,
it's about easy money and get rich quick.
He had a
previous book that failed because the information
in it was stale and short. It was more of an inducement
for an upsale to a 2nd book priced at around $200.00.
While this tactic is accepted by the top marketers,
they normally provide reasonable value in the first
book before they ask for more money.
is more about huge claims for wealth gathering than
any real instructions for making money. The information
is old, and not in touch with today's marketing world.
a TV infomercial entitled "Shortcuts to Internet
Millions". While it has exploded all over the
internet, the real money is being made by Jeff Paul
himself. The price is $39.95 with a 60 day guarantee.
I understand that the problem with the guarantee
is that you get hooked into an up sell to a course
that nickels and dimes you to death.
Jeff Paul Systems, has an unsatisfactory record with
the Better business Bureau due to unresolved complaints.
The BBB has received 106 complaints of which many were
not resolved. He has a BBB rating of F.
On June 30,
2009, the Federal Trade Commission filed a complaint
in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California,
naming this company, two principals, and three purported
“inventors” who marketed three get-rich-quick
schemes, duping hundreds of thousands of consumers into
paying approximately $300 million. The defendants marketed
“John Beck’s Free & Clear Real Estate
System,” “John Alexander’s Real Estate
Riches in 14 Days,” and “Jeff Paul’s
Shortcuts to Internet Millions.”
allegedly made false and unsubstantiated claims about
potential earnings for users of these systems. According
to the complaint, the defendants used frequently aired
infomercials to sell the systems for $39.95 and then
contacted the purchasers via telemarketing to offer
“personal coaching services,” which cost
several thousand dollars and purportedly would enhance
their ability to earn money quickly and easily using
all purchasers were signed up for continuity programs
that cost an additional $39.95 per month, but which
were not adequately disclosed to consumers. Some consumers
also continued receiving unwanted sales calls after
they told the defendants’ telemarketers to stop
calling. The case is currently pending.
program "Kitchen Table Millionaire's Club”,
you receive mentoring on how to become a millionaire.
The thing is that if the information they give you
worked, the coaches would be out making millions
rather than working for $10.00 per hour.
information I can gather, I recommend that you stay
away from this guy completely. There are many other
places you can get solid information on making money
without getting involved with on operation that leaves
a bad taste in your mouth. You need to feel that
you have gotten something for your money, and that
the guarantees offered are real, and without gotcha's.
is a testimonial from one of Paul's customers:
I see this info mercial on tv about this jeff paul
internet millions. i called and ordered it and it came
in the mail.
cd's that came didn't give much info on how to make
the money it was just cd's to help
pump you up, useless stuff! so i call this number
i found in the box for customer service! they give
a # to call this person,that person gives me a #
to call someone else bla bla! finally some one calls
now i have
to go to a website and do this benchmark 1- steps
1-5 videos! someone who don't know computers
can get lost in all this mumbo jumbo! then they
guide me into another direction with drop shippers!
go this route because i'm on disability and need
to register with my state and fed. govt as a small
so these drop shippers will deliver this so called
product that i don't even have or make or produce!
their nonscence talk,the charging my only final credit
card to the max. i make not one
and get a notice that i owe them more money and
have been turned into the credit collections agency
wow! you are promised to make millions,don't
make a penny and now they mess up my credit!!!! it
scam!!!!!! never order this jeff paul internet
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