Anyone heard of Private Money Goldmine?

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Medium 1399673347 avatar lrmoneymaker Thomas Ortiz
Real Estate Investor from Henderson, NV
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Thomas Ortiz

Real Estate Investor from Henderson, Nevada

Mar 12 '13, 03:00 PM


Has anyone had experiance with this company [u]PrivateMoneyGoldmine com, ( [b]THIS IS NOT AN ADD FOR THEM) Is it a scam or are there really investors on this website? Does anyone have experiance good or bad with them?



Medium 1399375609 avatar equity Jeff S.
Asset Based Private Lender from Los Angeles, CA
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Thomas Ortiz

Real Estate Investor from Henderson, Nevada

Mar 12 '13, 05:59 PM


Thank you for the informatio I understand now, it's unfortunate that I found that advertisement on Bigger Pockets. To bad we cannot control the ads from Google Adsence. Thank you for your time Jeff S.



Medium 1399335989 avatar kevind Kevin Dickson
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Kevin Dickson

SFR Investor from Denver, Colorado

Nov 05 '13, 08:46 PM


Here's a quick idea that could be a win-win:

If everyone on BP clicks often on the Google Ad of the bogus company, two good things happen:

1. BP makes money on every click.

2. The advertiser pays for every click. This will soon cause the scamvertiser to go broke or at least stop their ad wondering why they aren't making sales.

Unfortunately, Google also makes money. They should not be rewarded for helping scamvertisers.



Medium 1418333637 avatar stealthreinvest Steph C.
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Steph C.

Real Estate Investor from Bristol County, Massachusetts

Jan 19 '14, 08:03 AM


Yes, I looked at the privatemoneygoldmine.com site a while back. It seems like a bunch of dead leads and I'm not sure if anyone has had success using it.

I've learned some great things from Private Money Blueprint (PMBP) course (I purchased it a while back). I also have heard the Instant Private Money course from Susan Lassiter-Lyons is full of good content, although I don't have first hand experience with it.

There are also great resources here on BP, which I have used first-hand to find a great hard money rehab lender.

Good luck!

Steph



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No avatar medium Vanessa Blais
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Vanessa Blais

from Port Richey, Florida

Nov 28 '15, 06:08 AM


Originally posted by @Kevin Dickson:

Here's a quick idea that could be a win-win:

If everyone on BP clicks often on the Google Ad of the bogus company, two good things happen:

1. BP makes money on every click.

2. The advertiser pays for every click. This will soon cause the scamvertiser to go broke or at least stop their ad wondering why they aren't making sales.

Unfortunately, Google also makes money. They should not be rewarded for helping scamvertisers.

 PLEASE DON'T DO THIS.  That's 'click fraud' and could make BP lose their AdSense account with Google. 



Medium 1446886484 avatar hrznventures Tay Gainey
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Tay Gainey

Lender from Atlanta, Georgia

Dec 21 '15, 06:07 AM


In defense of  that site, i personally never signed on with them as a lender but i have gotten many great leads from them. I never advertised that i am a "private lender" however i am a broker for a lender and i we have some pretty amazing products. So i understand that you cant please everyone but to say that it was free for me i have gotten nothing but positive output from the site.



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