The truth about Rich Dad Poor Dad seminar (big scam)

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Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
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I did attend many seminar in my real estate career as I strongly believe on education.

I went to the 3 days seminar rich dad poor dad on Maui about a month ago.

I paid $500 for it and all they did was making you believe that without them it would not be possible to become a real estate investor. They where degrading The real-estate industry by pointing out the Realtor and making them look dishonest and new nothing about what they where doing. Basically to them we where useless...

Not only they insulted me and my fellow Realtors but they where using emotional trigger to make people feel that they could only succeed in life with their formula and books.

I dind't learned anything and they asked us to pay $32,000 to get a mentor to be in the Real-Estate game...

Some people where so naive and borrowed money to friends and family thinking they will become rich!

I saw  a single mother with 4 kids who brought her life saving...That really broke my heart...I was lucky I only kist $500

What a scam!

Thank you for your help and support!

Many waves of Aloha to my readers.

Stephanie

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How Robert Kiyosaki is to be in bankruptcy would have no impact or influece that we would become bankruptcy sooner or later, same with the meaning of Robert Kiyosaki is rich doesnot mean we all gonna be rich after joining whatever event he holds.

So paying fees that guarantees RICH or gaining experience or for what at the first place?

October 14, 2012 02:57 AM
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Michael wilson

Most on this put down of robert kiyosaki are afraid of losing money and seems to me have not read any of his books, So sadly most of you will remain poor and middle class, And if you spent more time reading maybe you would have a better understanding, Rich brother, Rich sister is a good book, it talks of spiritualism and goes more into depth about what his life is about, People have choices what they spend their money on, sadly its the judgemental who get nowhere

January 09, 2013 05:38 PM
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chris from ab

Its posts like these that really open my eyes...if you cant offord to lose 500.00 dollars left alone an actual sum of money... then your in one hell of a tough place. I've spent around 30k on education last year, only difference is I actually applied what I learned.

and I'm financially free!

My opinion, most live in fear...always looking for the scam exit.

I bet only about 5% of people who actually pay to go to seminars will get any results, because most are cheap people who can't afford to make a mistake.

Wake up please.

Employement will be challenged, our currency will be challenged, and your spirit will be challenged.

 

April 27, 2013 06:29 PM
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Rocky Venti
I have been investing in Real Estate since I was 31 years old (am now 72) and NEVER feel bad about paying for more education. I paid $299 for the 3 day workshop and have not attended yet. The free seminar, and accompanying materials, opened my eyes to what I did not know by being poorly educated and self-taught. Mostly I did NOT leverage my funds to their utmost ability. If I had known just a couple of things I learned in the seminar I would be ten times richer today. I probably will not pay for any mentors but don't mind paying for some education. I would suggest you at least start applying what Mr. Kiyosaki suggests. Read his (and Donald Trumps) books and map out a plan for yourself. There is no more rewarding feeling than having your money work for you while you are sleeping and purchasing even more when the market dictates. I am willing to help people with some advice. If I get only a couple of people that want my advice it will be free. If I am overwhelmed I will stop or have to charge for it. I never made more than $20/hr. when I worked and now have an empire approaching $1.3 million. The reason these people charge money is because they can't give it away free or it will totally eat up all their time and they have to prosper also. Consider the mentoring fee as part of an education that will one day make you rich. The one thing I learned a long time ago was told to me by I do not remember: "You can't get rich working for wages" and you are just: "trading your time for money". You MUST leverage your time and funds or you are doomed to a life of working from paycheck to paycheck. You will NEVER get ahead that way. Mr. Kiyosaki has done what he learned to do and was kind enough to share his information with me. God bless him (his wife and team also)...
December 15, 2013 05:00 PM
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MrIconoclast
Wow what a tool.....work your ass off rich dad, and when you die, we can stuff you with your money and put you on a shelve as a monument to greed.
January 23, 2014 04:31 AM
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