9 months, 2 weeks ago
It depends. Some time ago, he made a TikTok video claiming that he needed people to work for him, and that the salary sould be around $3-5k a month. Unfortunately, that was a scam. When I tried to get the "job", and contacted him/his bot through Messenger, I was told that I needed to invest $197 in his "Money Boss Plan" to get started, which would give me access to support from him, and help to level up my skills. That wasn't what he was promoting on TikTok - at all. What he said on Tiktok was that he needed a couple of people on his team, who would earn an extra $3-5k a month, by typing messages online. He didn't tell you that he wasn't hiring anyone, but was trying to sell one of his products.His courses may be good, but he isn't afraid to promise you things that aren't true, to get you to buy his stuff, which is a huge red flag.
Some of his content may be great, but a lot of his videos don't really show how he made his fortune. A lot of gurus make their money off of their courses, not their business. He does have a business that is doing well though, besides being a guru.
6 months, 3 weeks ago
Damn, I think all he does is persuade his audience to buying his products. He talks about teaching his students the skill of persuasion, and getting people to do what you want and making them believe it was their idea. https://jasoncapital.teachable.com/p/the-capital-copywriting-certification^^ talks all about it there ^^
6 months ago
What im more interested about is, although sly in his ways he is promoting his product, but $197 investment for an ROI of $3k seems too good for me. Does what he teach actually work is what im more concerned about
2 months, 1 week ago
Right now he's on instagram looking for those who are a "perfect fit" to join his case study and become a BNB Boss. After sending me a video of how the program works (which is mainly just repeating over and over how much money you can make) it still wasn't clear what the business entails, but you are expected to pay $997 or 2 payments of $500 for training. I just kept playing dumb and asking more questions, in the end it is definitely a scam. Beware.
2 months ago
Same here!!! I asked and asked and the answer were very vague. I asked him if there was a skill or a trade I will learn with him and he could not answer that. Scam
1 week ago
Hey talked about somebody getting 5000 dollars which was actually 5000 pesos and that’s 248 u.s dollars. He mentioned about somebody getting a Porsche and the Porsche he showed was a Porsche boxer and those cost about 6k-9k and have a horrible engine. Don’t recommend seems like a pyramid scheme rat race to me
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