REI Wholesale Guy.com. Legit? Or something to pass on?

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Medium 1399695760 avatar rjsolutions Rich Barrett
Real Estate Investor from Ottawa, IL
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Rich Barrett

Real Estate Investor from Ottawa, Illinois

Jun 03 '13, 12:02 PM


I just came across a banner ad on the site here and clicked through to it as it seemed interesting. It is called REI Wholesale Guy.com

I knew full well that it would be an overly hyped opportunity full of the usual "broke to millionaire" pitches since the banner ad boast $3,000 - $15,000 dollars in as little as 7 days, but I wanted to honestly get a look at it.

Does anyone else have experience with this program that focuses on finder's fees? If so I'd like to hear!



Medium 1448323178 avatar blackbelt Joel Owens
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Jun 03 '13, 12:05 PM


Hi Rich,

The ads placed are at random so are not an endorsement by BP.

Investigate on your own. I do not know anything positive or negative about the site.



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Medium 1448399064 avatar biggerpo Joshua Dorkin
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Jun 03 '13, 12:12 PM


Hey @Rich Barrett - As Joel said, the ads are randomly served through Google. We do block many ads for deceptive advertising, however I have not heard anything about this one.

It looks like a blog site, though, and unfortunately like most blogs in the REI space, it is not active. Looks like the last post was written in early 2012. That's all I know...



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Medium 1453334716 avatar deverix Dev Horn
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Jun 03 '13, 12:24 PM


The lack of recent updates on that page makes it feel at least out-of-date, if not bogus. I'm curious why anyone would put the $$ into an AdWords campaign but not put any time into their content. My guess is the course could be out of date as well... Proceed with CAUTION....



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Rich Barrett

Real Estate Investor from Ottawa, Illinois

Jun 03 '13, 12:32 PM


Thanks everyone for the insight. I have decided to not do anything with it, even before I posted this, but figured it would be a great topic to discuss since others may have questions since this is floating around the site's sidebars.

Given it hasn't been updated in about a year I would say NO to this opportunity!



Medium 1451412595 avatar bradenc Braden C.
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Braden C.

Real Estate Investor from Bradenton, Florida

Jun 03 '13, 02:43 PM


Any of the program's that make outrageous claims automatically scream scam to me. They must spend a lot of money on AdWords though, I can't tell you how many times in the past month I've seen ads for "the cataclysmic shift that will make 95% of real estate investors impotent within the next 12 months" or "every successful real estate investor has a mentor". So, 95% of us are out of business within 12 months and apparently everyone who is successful also currently has a mentor. This is of course according to some fine gurus ;)



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