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My wife and I attended the 3 days training in London last week which cost £2100. It was informative and inspiring but there wasn't a great deal of information that was eye opening. Anyway, we were then offered advanced mentoring and joining his team for £18600 full payment upfront only BEFORE starting the course.This would allow us to have access to all his solicitors, property developers and a host of other benefits in addition to the coaching.We are already in 12k credit card debt but have savings so the coach advised my wife to get a loan from Tesco or so to cover the fees. After that they would then help her/us with a mortgage for our first property and also show us ways we can clear our debt!I was not buying it but there was no stopping my wife leaving a 1k credit card deposit. She has now applied for a 15k loan which MAY be approved. The guy from Kevin G. then rung my wife and convinced her not to listen to me. They have now offered her a reduced course fees of £12k for her determination.
Is this legit or a scam? I don't want to keep crushing my wife's dreams of becoming a property millionaire. Help please with genuine testimonies, advice etc on Kevin Green mentoring. Many thanks
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If you are already £12k in Credit Card debt and potentially a further £15k in debt from a loan to fund your training, how are you going to be in a position to invest in property? where will your money for 25% deposits come from and other associated costs? are you both working and earning good salaries to service the debt and raise BTL financing?
You need to ask each other some serious questions, unfortunately there is no shortcut to become a property millionaire, contrary to what any of these property 'guru's say......
Thanks for your response. I asked him the exact same questions and this was his response: how about we both make you happy..your wife gets the loan and starts the course which will get you very good contacts to buy your first home for the family then we offset the course fees as business expenses and also find ways to pay off the loan which should be very easy as she'll be making very good money in the next few months after starting the course!
at which point he's taken £2100 for the initial course, £12k for his mentoring and you've added £14.1k to his £3 Million Asset War Chest!
He just needs to sign up another 90 people to his mentoring programme at £12k or 60 at £18k to add another £1 Million to his wealth, one things for sure I'm sure he'll get there much quicker from his training and mentoring fees than he or you will through property!
Its ridiculous but unfortunately there's plenty of victims around. Social media and the prospect of getting rich quick is shattering lives. I'm totally not sure how I can stop my wife from going ahead with this...
If she is adament, and if Kevin is so convinced your wife will be making good money in the next few months, why not flip it onto him and say your happy to pay say £3k to join the mentor programme and then you'll repay £1k per month from month 4 - 12 out of the 'very good money she'll be making?'
Yes we are renting, 2 kids and have average paying jobs. The fees is full payment upfront with no exceptions...then only can you start the course. He goes through your financials etc then assigns you a suitable "mentor" and access to all their connections, tax experts, legal team, available deals etc.
I'm sure there will be a souring fee for those 'available deals' too that they'll try and extract from you......
Being as though your not even on the property ladder yourselves yet and have a family, I wouldn't be going down the mentor route yet and taking loans out to fund it, but each to their own.
You should be focussed on creating a stable foundation for your family and then build from there, but that's just me.
How would you feel in 12 months if you were no further forward but £27k + in debt?
Thanks so much for your time and advice. I'm hoping a few more experienced views are added to this thread so I can show my wife and perhaps even get her to share/defend her views on a platform that seems genuine and transparent.
I'm sure there will be, good look with your journey whichever route you take, I hope you achieve your goals, keep us posted.
Yes there's a huge possibility that we may end up in an even deeper hole ..but thanks to lots of inspirational YouTube videos , "girl power"/ lady boss books and millionaire lifestyles pics on Instagram that negative aspect does not even exist in her mind!