No. This is not a financial investment opportunity, nor a business opportunity, this is an educational program.
We recently received a message from an applicant with a large number of "due diligence" questions, and a follow-up message from him that said, "If I were to do this, I REALLY cannot put the $9,800 at risk. I must have a high degree of confidence that it will be recouped, quickly."
Stop right there - if putting up the money for this program is going to be that big of a risk for you, you should NOT do this.
This person went on to say, "If the 'guarantee' means that I'll recoup the investment in 90 days, no problem... I'm sure you can appreciate that there are a ton of gurus out there and many people 'invest' significant sums with nothing to show. I want to avoid that scenario at all costs and invest with mentors who have high character/integrity."
There are a lot of issues underneath the surface of this person's comments - fear of failure, expectations out of whack, undervaluing the educational component, generally missing the point entirely, etc.
I could write a lengthy essay on them all.
Instead, let me just say that if this is the mindset you're coming into this with, this is not for you and you should NOT do this.
In contrast, here's a GREAT mindset to have coming into this thing (this is a message we received from another applicant on the same day):
"Honestly one deal would make it a success! If we're able to get a deal, that would allow me to see a system that works! Then I would be able to rinse and repeat! My main goal is to get a deal, learn the process of how I got the deal, then use funds from the deal to diversify the process."
Night and day difference, right?
Besides, legally we cannot and will not promise, promote, or discuss any sort of financial monetary return. Best we can do is guarantee you get at least one deal under contract, which you've already read about above. If you're good with that, then we're good to go.