Alexis Assadi Reviews
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Alexis helped me buy a property
I don't usually write reviews online but i saw a couple here so i'll give my 2 cents. I joined Alexis's mentorship program in Feb this year and I bought his roadmap course. I e mailed with him several times a week and we spoke on the phone once and a while (every 6 weeks). He helped me figure out how to buy my FIRST and only investment property (1-bedroom w/ a tenant) this summer which was great because I dont have a lot of cash. Real estate is capital intensive obviously. i saw a review somewhere else where the guy was saying alexis says he is the next Warren Buffet and that he does get rich quick programs. No -- a magazine called Ozy called him the next Warren Buffet -- alexis didnt say that about himself -- Ive never heard alexis talk about getting rich quick or anything like that. My advice: only join the mentorship program if you will put in work. He is not going to do it for you. You have to be self motivated. My only "complaint" is that he sometimes takes a couple of days to reply to emails. That is no big deal tho he his probably pretty busy.
Reason of review
He calls himself the next Buffet
I stumbled on this guy's site and then did a bit more research on him. I liked the idea of passive income, but was interested in seeing what he would be offering. I emailed and within minutes (nevermind the fact being based in New Zealand on the other side of the world) i got a response saying congratulations, I had been earmarked as an ideal candidate to join his special focussed mentorship program at the bargain price of $1,500! what a great deal i had a few email chats with his colleague Chris Hayre (searched him on Linkedin and found nothing, which is strange considering he is meant to be a business partner to "The Next Warren Buffet") and he suggested i make monthly payments of USD$51.45 to Younes Capital and that I could get a refund within 3 months if i didnt like what they were selling, so i figured hmm, worth a crack. after realising that what he was doing was merely regurgitating and repackaging the Robert KIyosaki's books i decided to dig a bit deeper. the guy in question operates through a few different companies, Assadi Gloval Ventures, Pacific Coast Capital, Younes Capital, all of which have little to no online presence, which is strange for companies owned and or operated by the so called "Next Warren Buffet" after deciding to opt out of giving these guys my money within the first 3 months, his business partner/assistant/mate/receptionist/secretary/co-owner (not really sure where he falls in), Chris Hayre decided that i wouldn't be receiving my USD$150 refund because i hadnt received a phone call even though i had even though my time was limited due to being on the other side of the world and being in a banking career. anyways, i would like to leave anyone considering to give this guy your money to become rich (because when you analyze it, Rich at 26, is just another way to say Get Rich Quick, without actually using those reputation killing, taboo words) something to think about. According to Businessinsider there are 1,500 billionaires in the world (Warren Buffet being one of them), and not a single one of them sells get rich mentorship programs and "Get Rich Quick", sorry, "Rich at 26" books for USD$1,500 to the public. infact, im also almost willing to bet that even out of the 36,000,000 millionaires in the world, not a single credible one got there through selling a Get Rich Quick program for $1,500. I'm all for people teaching other people stuff, but to call yourself the next Warren Buffet and then selling a program is just ridiculous.
- Passive investment information
- Chris hayre
- Business model
Reason of review
Problem with delivery
people to know that this guy isnt really selling what they think he is, and as someone with a financial and investment background, am against him bringing the industry to disrepute.
Just be careful as they're quite crafty
some of the advice provided is pretty good, however its hardly revolutionary. invest in assets, buy income, invest in property. its just a reshuffle of Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Poor Dad series a decade later. they charge something like $7 to read one of the bits on the site, teaches you high school investments technology, but thats fine as not everyone has the investment knowledge so this helps. they they sell you a $1,500 membership as the next step. they suggested $49 +tax a month and offer a 3 month guarantee to prove that they're "legitimate" . from personal experience i would argue against paying $1,500 to learn how to earn a passive income (you can youtube all of this for free if you are really starting from zero knowledge). dont buy into the legitimacy through their 90 day money back guarantee as they insert clauses which they control (such as you must have had a phone call with Alexis before) but he will not respond to your requests for a phone call for the first 3 months due to "family committments" which essentially means there is no 90 day money back guarantee. he's probably made a fair bit off passive investments, but i would say his money largely comes from selling his book and his website mentorship program which means that unless he is advising you to set up a site where you sell your services to people and write a book then its not entirely honest
- His partner chris hayre
- Customer service
Reason of review
Resolved: Wast of money! Rich at 26 is a TERRIBLE book!
Update by user Feb 22, 2019
Alexis Assadi contacted me and resolved my concerns. He seems like a pretty nice professional guy.
Original review posted by user Jun 26, 2018I bought Alexis Assadi's book titled "Rich at 26" hoping that I could gain some real insight into investment strategies - and there is simply nothing tangible in the books whatsoever. It's all fluff and buzz words, and no actual investing advice. I learned more about investing when I was in grade school. What a joke. Everything about this guy is just cut and paste. He doesn't have a single thought of his own. He claims to be "rich" because his passive income is more than his bills... so what... if your bills cost you $2,000 per month, and you make that same amount, you are DEFINITELY NOT RICH. Furthermore, our good friend Alexis has thrown in some pretty risky investment strategies that I would recommend people stay away from. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME READING THIS BOOK! It's a total scam.
- Quality of content
- Alexis assadi
- Investing advice
Reason of review
This book should be banned
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