Dean Graziosi scam? Certainly not. If you’ve searched around you’ll notice tons of sites who work real hard to get their websites purporting negative and libelous information about Dean Graziosi, and virtually every other business in the world, to rank high in the engines.
They claim to be consumer advocate sites warning unsuspecting consumers about scams and ripoffs, but what most are is is nothing more than scammers themselves dressed in sheep’s clothing, trying fleece every legitimate business, anywhere from $10,000 to hundreds of thousands of dollars. We are going to expose who the REAL SCAMMERS ARE!
Their entire business model revolves around creating a bunch of sites and trying to get them to rank in the search engines for the terms a customer would use to find info about a company. As a business owner, you know negative press (even online) can hurt you, so you want an opportunity to clear up any unsatisfied customers, or confusion. Happy customers equal profit and longevity for a business. A business person has every incentive to strive for making every client as happy as possible.
The problem is, generally these scam review and infomercial review sites will purposely not provide you with the customer’s information or even a way for the client to engage you so you can assist the client or provide a rebuttal.
Why “protect” a customer from getting their situation handled so they are satisfied, and everyone comes out happy? The real reason they will not provide a chance to assist or refute the claims is because usually the owner of the site made up the negative review out of thin air (which is libelous, so they don’t want sued by admitting that), or it is a competitor trying to trash you for their own personal gain (again, illegal, but is beneficial to review site owner to leverage a payoff from a honest business).
Their lucrative business model comes in play when you want to clear the air about your business, and instead of doing the ethical thing for both the business and consumer and letting them do so, they extort the company by only allowing you to do if you pay them a ridiculous sum of money and continued monthly payments.
You can see the credibility of such sites goes down the drain when they passionately trash a company and tell customer’s to avoid a company “the consumer’s safety”, but for the right price will reverse their position and tell a consumer how great you are and even sell your product on their site. Why would you, as a consumer trust such a site?
Search around the net and you will countless stories by major media outlets and local TV news channel investigators who have exposed this scheme and quality of the characters behind then and see for yourself who you should trust. This is usually nothing more than online racketeering and extortion. There are investigations pending by government agencies into some of these websites, civil complaints, and even some owners with criminal histories and pending judgments that they refuse to pay, despite court orders. Some are even hosted offshore because legitimate hosting providers do not want collude with such schemes.
Dean Graziosi is not a scammer, and his client’s are overwhelmingly satisfied, and the few who are not get dealt with prompt and exception customer service.
We will not cave to such extortion tactics and will be working through the legal and law enforcement channels regarding both civil and criminal damaging against us. We will be conducting our own investigation into the people behind these sites so you can understand why we find them hardly a credible source for judging what is and is not a scam.
We agree, not every scam review site has malicious intentions and is on the level, but those are few and far between. Also, not all companies or individuals listed on such scam review sites are innocent or have a clean past, but the net is cast out to every business in the United States to find which one’s they can hurt the most and have the deepest pockets to pay them off. You can’t believe that every person and company in business today bases their business model on fraud and continue to operate, as opposed to being in jail, as these sites would have you believe.
Remember, these sites want to believe they are there to protect you from the companies they list, but for a price they will throw the consumer under the bus by instead encouraging you to work with a company they previously told you to avoid, even if they are a really a scam! They usually peddle their own substandard products to the consumer as an alternative to the product you were looking into. Do not be fooled into their scheme and take the reviews with less than a grain of salt because they are usually made up for the purpose of bait and switch or extortion, and NEVER verified.