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False advertising

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Bricks4kidz - False advertising
I signed my son up for Bricks4kidz Minecraft themed summer camp. Usually, he loves attending school and camps. He's obsessed with Minecraft, so I thought he'd have a great time. Boy, was I wrong. Nothing at the camp resembled anything having to do with Minecraft. We weren't even allowed to tour the rooms to see where the kids would be because of "safety" reasons. That's B.S., if you ask me. I pulled my son halfway through the week. For 240 dollars for four days, we were beyond disappointed. Don't fall for this company's false advertising tactics. Not worth the money at all.
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Loss:
$240
Cons:
  • False advertising

Preferred solution: Full refund

User's recommendation: Choose another camp and demand they show you the program and space before you pay.

Anonymous
map-marker Aurora, Colorado

Bricks4kidz Summer Camp Review from Aurora, Colorado

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Bricks4kidz Summer Camp Review from Aurora, Colorado
I was really looking forward to giving my sons something special for summer camp. When I received an email for a Star Wars Lego Camp, I jumped at the opportunity, as my boys love both. Perfect right? Wrong, what this Bricks4Kidz franchise (franchise #435 ran by Lily Skop) does is underwhelming. One would expect some Star Wars themed music, decoration, and organization; is instead greeted with poor attitudes, lack of creativity, and general malaise. Legos were simply strewn on the floor of a smelly gym. There was zero personality out of the teacher. I got the feeling that this job was a bother. This "Camp" was nothing more than expensive daycare. Owner Lily Skop isn't the least bit interested in providing any level of customer satisfaction, and is even less concerned with having repeat customers. Requests for partial refunds were denied, and met with disdain. While I am certain other Bricks 4 Kidz franchises provide a positive atmosphere to foster growth, and enjoyment in children; franchise number 435 covering Aurora, Castle Rock & Centennial led by Lily Skop fails miserably. For $150 per kid, I expected a lot more! I pulled my kids out halfway through and I did my own camp at home.
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Anonymous

Seed Capital and Bricks 4 Kidz DO NOT RUIN YOUR CREDIT- YOU WILL END UP BANKRUPT

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I purchased a Bricks 4 Kidz franchise. I was steered to the Seed Capital and they all said it was a quick return on investment. Within in 8 months I was bankrupt. Do not do business with them, you will work and maybe break even. Do not purchase a franchise, you can copy a franchise that you are interested in without paying royalty fees. They will not protect their own brands. Only purchasers in large cities are getting a return on investment. Seed Capital is part of the scheme, to run up credit cards for you to walk in and hand over $30,000 onto your credit card for the franchise. They personally call the B4K owners and tell them you have good credit so the B4K owners can get you in and take the money.
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Loss:
$4500
Cons:
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Reason of review:
Not as described/ advertised

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