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Tai Lopez Scam Review
by David Harris
“Tai Lopez”, by Tai Lopez and found at tailopez.com, is an internet marketing system from a man with a dubious reputation.
Taking advice from someone who obsesses on a love for Lamborghini cars may be foolish, but taking it from someone who really does not offer anything but borrowed quotes is even more.
It’s highly likely you may have seen his ads on YouTube before your video comes up. He laughingly calls his act Lamborghini marketing, and many unfortunate people have fallen for it.
His shtick is basically a bunch of rhetoric surrounding his love of his luxury cars and how you can get your own if you follow his plan.
The problem, or main issue, we have with Lopez is that there doesn’t seem to be any kind of real substantive plan, per se, just a lot of hype to get you to spend (waste) your money on his 67 Steps system and his other upsells.
However, the real problem with this system is the man himself. He seems to not be very sincere or genuine, and you have to wonder if the character on the video presentation is actually a paid actor.
Even if it is him, the ad videos of him quoting others as he’s talking about his material things like a mansion, expensive cars and swimming pool, etc. while he’s taping from his garage is kind of a silly premise.
He speaks in generalities that just about everybody past the age of 12 should know. All talk, no show is what his “lessons” amount to.
Hype and flowery words are not what you want to pay from $67 and up to not learn any of the actual nuts and bolts of marketing, and that’s all you can find in most of Lopez’s systems.
Years since he started, there are thousands of complaints and BBB filings against him and his previous scams, which are just too many to name here, by unhappy customers who reported being ripped off.
Tai’s scams began around 2007 with his bogus dating sites that overcharged people’s accounts even long after they tried to cancel.
He still fails to mention you’ll incur monthly fees and even extra fees for “one on one consultations” he calls “monthly mentor calls”.
He uses a well worn bait and switch tactic so good you won’t know until you realize you were suckered and by then it’s way too late – you’ll get no refunds from this scammer.
Anyone who tells you to drop out of school and pay him to be your “mentor”, even in jest, is someone of which you should steer very clear.
The latest scam he’s hawking, his “67 Steps” system going for $67 dollars, is a blatantly plagiarized eBook product from another source that sells the very same thing for under $20 dollars with far less rambling.
By that, I mean, the videos. While Lopez does not recite in an act of plagiarism, Canfield’s book, “The Success Principals”, word for word, he goes on and on about nothing before he gets to the point on nearly all 67 videos he overcharges you for.
He also overstates the results you can get from his system, is not totally truthful about certain aspects of it as well.
Add tall the fake shill comments praising the program without a single honest complaint or rebuttal thrown in for honest measure.
While Tai Lopez and his well put together yet questionable website can’t actually be called a scam outright, his tactics are unethical and shady.
On the page dedicated to some retreat, you won’t find any concrete details other than his two buddies he calls “experts” as his headline speakers.
The more I dug the more shadiness I found on at least one of them. Both were closely tied to Lopez as close friends.
It is clear he is just looking for fools eager to give him their money without question – and he figures as long as there’s an unlimited supply, he can keep this con going for as long as he can.
I’ll save you the trouble of reading the tens of thousands of words, some really not very nice, about the weasely way he gives such bad quality service for way too much money, and just tell you that Tai Lopez should be something you will want no part of.
I reluctantly do say that the only redeeming part of his website is the recommended books page. He claims he reads a book a day and brags about his bookshelves on his “instructional” videos.
We do NOT recommend Tai Lopez or any of his products.
Thanks for reading…
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