Brett McFall is a scummer

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Breat MaFalls programs are total rip-off, stay away from this scam. I had a stupidity to sign up and now paying off this worthless s**t.

You can find all the info for free on internet, don't have to pay thousands of dollars. Take a note that if you sign up to pay via installments few hundred dollars a month for his expensive programs - it'd very similar to a debt which you won't be able to get out until you fully repay it.

Once you realize that you fall a victim of a scam and decide to stop paying installments - your "debt" to Brett will be sold to a debt collector - this happened to me. He is a tough guys and doesn't mess around when it come to his profit, he's leave you broke!

Reason of review: scam.

Monetary Loss: $3200.

Preferred solution: Full refund.

I didn't like: Manipulation.

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Sydney, New South Wales, Australia #1216477

I have always been told that if I sign up then I will have to pay it or it will go to a debt agency. One of the clauses it states on their forms.

Brett Mcfall - Brett Mcfall Courses Are Bullshits, Worthless and Totally a Waste of Time!B

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I have attended many internet marketing seminars and previews over the years.

This time I attended Brett McFall seminar preview while I was in Melbourne.

To be frank, it is not even worth your time to listen to him.

It is the same old story that you hear it over and over again from all the so called internet marketing gurus - How poor they were while holding on to their mundane job and finally found success in internet marketing.

To convince the audience, he will provide some "ideas and tips" on how to run a successful internet business online by naming few outsourcing companies that you can engage to do the work for you like Elance, Odesk and Fiverr.

Four Steps to Profitable Internet Business:

1. How to find a niche,

2. create a product,

3. creating sales letter and

4. build a site.

5. Get Traffic

Traffic can get from:

1. PPC

2. Backlinks

3. Articles - Guru knowledge, Goarticles, Ezine articles, etc.

4. Press release

5. Youtube]

Four Ways to Make Money Online:

1. Physical Products

2. Digital Product

3. Your Services

4. Affiliate Marketing

There is nothing new. You can read all these from the internet.

If a shipbuilder presented a seminar on "4 Steps to Be A Successful Shipbuilder" by providing you all the companies you can engage to build a ship, do you think you will be successful shipbuilder by just listening and reading their materials?

So what is Brett McFall objective?

To get the audience hype up and sign up for his courses and pay thousands of dollars to learn the success method.

Do you think you could be successful just by learning the methods from him?

Think about it... how long do you need to learn to become a successful shipbuilder or a shipbuilder businessman?

Will watching all the DVDs and books make you automatically a successful shipbuilder?

What next??? You will start signing up for one course after another from Brett McFall. Each time paying thousands and thousands of dollar ranging from S$5,000 to $60,000.

In between he may recommend some affiliate products through his affiliate links to keep you buying.

But at the presentation, it was projected that the first $5,000 course was all it needed to be successful online. It all sound so easy.

But what you will get from his website, WarpSpeedElite, are all ebooks and DVDs on what to do at your own time.

There is no handholding.

What if you want handholding. Then prepare to pay for higher programs fee.

Do you think you would be able to build a ship by watching DVDs?

Brett McFall projected that by repeating the process you could make $300,000 in a year!

When I talked to him, he was only interested if I would sign up for his course.

When I displayed that I had no interest to part with my $5,000 for his course, he was not longer interested to answer any further questions. Any further question were deemed as negative.

If you listen to his youtube videos channel, it is the same method deployed. The objective is to get you interested to click on his links and go to his webpage and sign up for his courses one after another.

He will be making money while sleeping but you will be burning your money and midnight oil reading his materials and watching his DVDs trying to find the secret to his success in online internet business.

Will you find his treasures? Many have testified... no!

Mmmm.. sound like Indiana Jones!

Watch more about his *** in youtube:

Reason of review: Scam Internet Marketing Business.

Monetary Loss: $20000.

Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.

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Brisbane, Queensland, Australia #1023703

World Internet Summit - Don't Waste Your Money On World Internet Summit Australia.

The 4 Biggest Mistakes Most People Make When Starting A Business Online.

1) To waste time attending World Internet Summit Australia.

2) To attend Brett Mcfall and other so call Internet Gurus' events, coaching, trainings and Internet Summit Australia .

3) To purchase Internet business products from World Internet Summit Australia, Brett McFall and other so called Internet Gurus through their links, recommendations and subscribed to their opt-in.

4) To pay even more for World Internet Summita Australi, Brett McFall other Internet Gurus' upsell products, internet courses training courses and mentoring programmes. Content and credit goes to retireyoung who commented in't_waste_your_money_on_the_World_Internet_Summit To be honest I learned very little from the four days of training.

You will notice All of the speakers followed a similar format - a story about their life, how they were in debt, sick or out of work.Their life then turned around after they discovered some particular aspect of making money on the internet. The personal stories are obviously used to appeal to the audience. The presenters were good at building up a sense of excitement with their products. All of the courses were around $2,000 - $5,000 and towards the end sales pitch they gave away some kind of special bonus to the first 10 or 20 people to sign up.

The next thing that happened was a complete surprise to me. People jumped up from their seats and ran to the back of the room where they could make their purchase. I couldn't help wondering if they paid some people in the audience to be the first movers and create the ongoing rush. I asked another person I spoke to who had signed up and paid thousands of dollars for these internet courses, training and mentoring programmes if shehad made any money yet and she shook her head sadly and replied "no".

Don't waste your money on the World Internet Summit Australia! Don't waste your money on Brett McFall! Don't waste your money and time on World Internet Summit Australia. Don't waste your money and time on all the so called Internet Gurus!

Be very aware of them!

Be very cautions with your money and don't your money with them! World Internet Summit - Don't Waste Your Money On World Internet Summit Australia.

Wilmington, Delaware, United States #1023694

He's not a scam... he's a *** liar and a thief, how does one sleep knowing you do this to people for a living?

Having the hide to send members a video of himself in Vegas, racing a Lambo around a track available to few.

We couldn't help but think how we were paying for that little indulgence.

Late last year, he sold us the 'Social Speed' program for 3k, we discovered later he was fully aware it didn't work, we parted with a lot more money listening to this liar, my partner and I (professional backgrounds) worked full time totally focussed on this project over 12mths, if anyone was going to be a success it was going to be me and my partner!

So... it turns out, his programs are not geared to work, they're only geared to sell in Seminars!?!

The proof was his attempt to video a doco late last year, where he challenged to pay a participant $5000 if a demonstration of his system failed... and it did fail, Steve Essa (a good guy) saved his *** with a non related system, nothing to do with Bretts programs! If he couldn't make his system work, then how the *** were we?!?

I would love to get up on stage at one of Bretts Seminars and ask his 'Elite Members' (We were in that group) who had shelled out thousands for that privilege, if any had a return if any on their investment, you guess the answer, but 99% of those we knew, who started with us have left... we cant all be wrong surely, what are your thoughts? Like others... we're suing, he'll also be hearing from the Fair Trades Department...

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London, England, United Kingdom #953693

Any offer that looks too good to be true is just that – too good to be true. It’s getting harder and harder, however, to distinguish the legitimate money making opportunities from the dubious ones.

Internet business and home-based business scams are also very easy to pull off because people want to believe they can truly make money fast while working for themselves.

The truth is that most of these work-at-home opportunities and home-based business scams are at the top of the list of leading Internet fraud schemes.

These types of scams prey on 2 of man kind’s most prominent emotional shortcomings: greed and fear. Greed, one of the cornerstones of these good-old fashioned “get-rich-quick” schemes, combined with the fear of financial insecurity, is an exceptionally powerful tonic that many fall prey to.

Home-based opportunity scam artists are very skilled at using fear and greed against their victims.

The types of scams that we’ll outline below have proven to be most effective against the most vulnerable: the sick, disabled, elderly, unemployed, single parents, and low-income individuals and families.

So if you’re in one of those categories be very careful with all these hypes created by brett mcfalls or his accomplices that gave positive comments like Jason.

Ho Chi Minh City, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam #929301

This is typical ill informed negative nasty online comment spam.

McFall is a marketer pure and simple. His goal is to sell his high end seminar and training packages.

He does that by giving people a free taste so people can see if they like him and his ideas before they commit to paying money.

Sounds like a good idea to me.

Good for the punters and good for him too.

Perhaps if the spammer got off his *** and used some of mcfalls ideas he might actually do something useful with his life (instead of snipping on the sidelines like a spoiled brat)

to Jason Los Angeles, California, United States #953686

Untrue...I had attended so many of brett mcfall's seminar and training packages. Applied his ideas but nothing works.

The writer is right...the seminar and training packages are all of low quality, lousy and waste of time! taste...but bad taste..! No, don't ever go ever go for it!

Regret is what you will get if anyone pay him more money...!

to Jason #1391819

You are right Jason. I expect those who posted negatve are still hoping for a cteer situation.

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