This post talks mostly about the US branch for Legacy Alliance Education – they also operate in the UK and is as the other post state this is a complete scam. | We attended the 3 day course in the London, England in January 2018 – what a waste of time, effort and money. I’m grateful that I could see though their lies almost within a few hours of attending but I found out at a cost of £1000. They operate under various names such as Elite, Legacy Alliance UK, Rich Dad Poor Dad, Property Perform etc, making it difficult to know exactly who you are training with. If you are googling trying find out more before you attend the 3 day weekend course and whether you have been scammed – you have – get your money back as soon as you can – IT IS A SCAM . The information they provide is very basic for example they advise when you view a property take a tape measure and check the windows – dahh – If you don’t know this type of stuff please purchase a property book from Amazon at the fraction of the cost. £1000 for this type of education is completely overpriced. Also they referred to a property in the Lake District – a massive 6 bedroom house with a couple acres at cost around £120k the trainer mentioned the property was bought and sold as a HMO netting the buyer massive profits (the audience gasped). I was in the Lake district 2 weeks prior to the course and looked in the estate agent windows and properties of that calibre were on sale for excess of £400k and often in the middle of know where, making we wonder how a HMO would work given the local demographics of young families and retireees … at the end the story the trainer admitted this figures related to 2001 – my next question was why are they educating delegates based on 17 year old data…it clearly no longer relevant! | If you are in the 14 day cooling of period – get your money back! ITS A SCAM
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