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John de Lemme, Do Not Sign Contract Unless

This is more of a consumer alert, none the less: I am a very pissed off consumer. My alert is that John de Lemme will do everything possible to lock you into a contract with his coaching programs. Before signing John de Lemme's contract: be sure to him enter a full money back guarantee of at least 60 days. He shouldn't take issue with that if he is so confident of his coaching services. If he does take issue or even as much as questions your request, walk or run away from his presentation and don't look back. If you do sign his contract, be sure it is his business name name on the contract: if the contract is in another business name, do not sign it. Think about what I'm telling you. Do not sign his contract the same day as any presentation you may have attended. If he or any of his associates tell you a special price is good for that day only: do not sign it, you can always get the same price at a later date if you request time to review his company. If he doesn't like that idea, walk or run from the presentation and don't look back. Research his company with the Better Business Bureau on-line. Your alert again is to protect yourself first, you dictate in your terms what should be in the contract, perform your due diligence and investigate his company, the worst thing you can do is sign a contract the same day, you need time to protect your investment! Compare his services against other coaches out there.
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