Charged for product, never supplied

I reserved a place for Dymphia Boholt's real estate 'Cash is King' seminar and bought the additional promo work books. These were never provided, even after calling the company and requesting they be sent out. I would give negative stars if it was allowed. 't Don't DdDon
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Perth, Western Australia

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This website has good intentions but something's off. 4 reviews makes out a rating? Who do you think would register their review on a website like this? Who happy customers spend their time going around spreading good reviews? What strikes me is the casualness and inaccuracy of this website. We are talking about Dymphna Boholt of Knowledge Source, Australia based. The site refers to something altogether very different. Another company totally unrelated. Wrong! That tells how much (how little!) scrutiny is put in this review. The site name tells you anyway... Only pissed consumers would leave a review here, right? Flabbergasting!
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Melbourne, Victoria
  • Knowledgeable
  • Slightly expensive
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nothing yet, still considering

Failure to deliver what they promised

Seminar promised more training in my city. 8 years later and the only thing in my city was another seminar spruiking the program. Promised huge profits by investing where the mining boom was
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Dymphna Boholt of Knowledge Source Fined For Bogus Claims. The Courier Mail newspaper in Brisbane Queensland Australia described Dymphna Boholt as "one of Australia`s most dogged get - rich - Quick seminers Spruikers with her fake testimonials" Dymphna Boholt claims she went from "virtually zero to a $3.5 million property portfolio in just 18 months had been penalised by Queensland Fair Trading regulators over bogas seminar claims.

She has charged individuals $25,000 in "mentoring fee`s and previously run foul of the ACCC over her Wildly Wealthy Womans mentoring program.

The ACCC successfully argued in court that Dymphna Boholt had made misleading representations as to the results that could be expected by participants in the WWW mentoring program. The Sunshine Coast - based property spruirker Dymphna Bolholt has been handed a $15,000 penalty and an enforceable undertaking "not to engage in conduct that is liable to misled the public or any individual within Australia in contravention of Australian Consumer Law.

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Docklands, Victoria County
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