Ryan Jackson Automatic Wealth System Is It A Scam?

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They have some good information (mostly Ebooks and some warmed over websites etc...but....it's a come on for more of your money.  After you spend $49 they hit you for an upgrade to $197 then if you say no they will offer you the deal for $97. It's an up the ante every step of the way.  In the email they imply they won't do that sort of thing, but they do.   I suppose the info is worth that amount but it really is setup to suck you in for the big kill.  They do the mentor pitch same as everywhere.  Use the "are you teachable line" and "you must qualify" bit.  I pushed pretty hard and the guy got mad at me and pretty much insulted me and cut me off.  I gave him plenty of room to make a legit case he wasn't interested in doing that.  I wasn’t willing to jump head long into a $5, 000 to $20,000 dollar commitment. (Big spread huh, that was about the 5th clue)  I find it amazing how people think you will jump head first without specifics. (Ouch!).  The other big tipoff he wanted to know what your credit score is and if you have credit line on your credit cards (subtle).  I think they are looking for ways to part you from your money. (you think?)  It’s such a bad approach and so predictable.  If they can't give you honest straight talk and tell you honestly forget it.  If they have something to offer they should tell you and then if you think it worth it you will pay for it.   I guess I am teachable I have learned how it works and been scammed and most of these guys do it same way.  It's the same ol same ol. You are going to have to work at it anyway.  So, learn as much as you can, but don't be a chump.  I am looking at the ShoeMoney System.  It's a monthly fee and much more organized and you can try it for a few months and get a refund if you don't like it.  I think it has some real promise. I know it is a much better training system from what I have seen and really up front so far.  The people seem much more authentic.  It looks very interesting and first class. I looked at their prelaunch stuff and it was really good.  I think it is worth it.  I am going to give it a try as soon as I can.  Let you know. May turn out the same…hope not..
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Yes it is a scam. It reels you in for more money and more money after you join. Gr8joy was correct. I played the so-called coach on the phone too after he asked about my credit score and if I had credit cards so that they can charge thousands of dollars to coach me! Here's the real kicker... I asked Mr. So-called coach, "Are you successful in this program"? He says, Umm, uhh, I just started. That's some coach right? Scam through and through. They claim after you pay the 49.95 you will make money in 15 minutes! Ryan Jackson (not his real name)..but yet why hide your real name if you are legit....but he also claims how sincere and thoughtful he is about people looking for a legitimate business and then scams them out of money. What a rat world.
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They are a scam! Don't try. I lost money, they said they promise a guarantee? YOu won't get your monay back. Here's the truth about Automatic wealth system. When you buy they charged you under Financial health Coach. If you want your money back. They will use Automatic Wealth system. They would lied to you that they refund your money but you won't get it and your credit card can't do anything to help you because of the two different names that there's not proof of how they are related. You'll lost your money. This is how they scamed me. Save you a head ache,Greensheep
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This is another Parasite of world society, have join in and have requested fora refund but no answer so far. You can see how can he make so much money, by misleading people.!!!! As your initial fee of 49.99USD will earn you a crap website selling another promise of a rubbish book how to loose weight.    For anyone reading this I will give you all the secrets for FREE of LOOSING Weight and improve your health and save your money:  1- EXERCISE REGULARLY minimum 1 hour x3 times a week (Ideally if you have a boxing gym nearby join in to do the training)  2- DRINK PLENTY WATER  3- REFRAIN FROM SUGAR AND SAUCES INTAKE (i.e. Crisps, chocolate bars, ketchup, mayo, brown sauces etc)  4- EAT PLENTY FRUIT and VEGETABLES  5- BASE YOUR DIET ON GRILLED FOOD AND SUBSTITUTE YOUR FRIED FOOD FOR BOILED.  6- DRINK ALCOHOL MODERATELY    Therefore anyone new DO NOT JOIN RYAN JACKSON SCAM SCHEME, Advance fee payments also known as 419 Nigerian scam. He says he is a multimillionaire and cannot even provide a refund for 49.99USD GUARANTEED according to the supposed sound of his own voice. If you look at his material he has disclaimers for the products that he provides and wants you to sell for him, however, if some material is defaulted he assumes no responsibility and the responsibility is yours!!!. Why anyone wants to attach  his name to such scheme. Money is not everything and always keep your Soul intact.  Theoretically Very rich but very Morally Poor. You should be ashamed of yourself f.c.!!! If you pay me an advance fee of 500,000.00USD you can adhere to my system and will translate the initials for you. ! B.i.h.p.o.s., with a further 1500,000.00USD I will translate the second part. Hahahahahah! C.4.you. Do I have to continue to spell it.!!!  Good luck to you as one day, like everyone you are going to wake up dead.
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Sounds a lot like everything else ...    Bait and switch...   Blood sucking leaches...   Much like that "Get Motivated Seminars" junk...   $50 or $100 now...  And that only pays for the meeting that offers you the $5,000-$10,000 "Program"...  ..... SCAM !!!
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I don't know for sure but it has all the making of being a scam. His site said he only had 17 positions open last week when I checked his site. Today he still has only 17 positions open????
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When I tried to exit out, it offered me 37$, then $27, then $17 then $7. If you paid $49 you were scammed. I closed it out and reading the comments I am glad I did. Thanks:
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He talks a lot about making money and I love it,buttttt,   what is he selling, I seem to be confused. I did not see a product, or is it an just an idea, but then what is the idea of that you are selling.

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