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Scam? Not at all.

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I have to agree with Carol and Deb in the reviews below. Your expectations are off if you went solely to meet Tarek and Christina. It is advertised as a training to learn real estate and that's what you get. The ad didn't say come meet and greet with Tarek & Christina El Moussa! If you went for the real estate training, that's what was presented and that's no scam. Come on guys, the event is free! Great info for $0. Would love to know others thoughts on this?

Needed help.

4 5 1
A really great experience overall. I needed some help understanding some things. But for a beginner it was definitely overwhelming.

Almost too much info for 3 days.

5 5 1
The accelerator was a great experience overall. I would suggest a payment plan for people who may not have the appropriate funds to move forward with the education. However, with everythi9ng taught over 3 days you should have knowledge to get in the field and make money and invest in your education. The accelerator could also be increased to 5 days instead of 3 so the information won't be overwhelming.


Success Path Reviews - Legit and Verified Overall rating: ★★★★☆ 4.4 based on 209 reviews
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