Scam Review

Summit Mentoring LLC

Overall Rating: SCAM
Type of Business: Phony Business Coaching Program
Skill Level Needed: N/A
Income Potential: N/A
Recommended: No/Scam

Summit Mentoring LLC Scam Review

by David Harris

“Summit Mentoring LLC”, found at, is unarguably one of the worst internet scams on the planet.

I say worst because they hide behind other scams as their pro muggers out to get as much money as they can from you.

You won’t hear much about Summit Mentoring LLC, as they are connected to many of the most horrible scams we have exposed in the past and continue to review.

One of the most diabolical things about them is that their website looks so legitimate and businesslike, like the proverbial wolf in sheep’s clothing.

The con is a “business coaching”/mentoring program that is essentially a boiler room operation full of aggressive salespeople working to drain as much of your money as possible

Unfortunately, Summit Mentoring LLC are very good at what they do by using phony ploys like promising to help you build your own success store, or helping you become a Search Engine Angent, etc.

The moment you will receive the calls from Summit Mentoring LLC is after you have surrendered your personal information and credit card number to one of a myriad of scams we call link posting scams, work from home scams that use a fake single working mother to sell the scam.

The scams I’m talking about include Work At Home Institute, Work At Home Digital, Web Fortune Vault and any number of important sounding yet larcenous companies selling a pipe dream.

Summit Mentoring LLC claims they will work with you to make you a success but only if you spend thousands of dollars on their coaching programs, upselling you to yet another when it’s time to drain you of some more of your savings.

There are mountains of complaints about Summit Mentoring LLC everywhere you look on the internet from those who have already been fleeced by them. If you won’t take our word for it, look around. This one is infamous.

I say, first of all, do not sign up with any of those work from home sites that look like they promise you a job by showing you a tear jerking story from a working mom that made it big, usually with phony names like Michelle Starr, Bobbie Robinson, Michelle Withrow Ashley James, etc, right next to generic stock photos.

Once you do, that’s when the big bad wolf, Summit Mentoring LLC comes to knock your house down. Beware. Even their phone message is dodgy.

Thanks for reading…

– David


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