I grew up in marketing and advertising, I took the bait on the lowest subscription only the find out it is a bait and hook deal. You buy in for about $99 and then to get the info they are promoting they want more than $1000 than what you thought you were getting. Yes there is a lot of small print that allows this, however, I believe that you you have to have the small print your about to be ripped. I had heard about them for many years on the new channels and they most likely legit in their numbers for legal reasons. I expected from the time spent on various and different news channels they would not be a bait and hook company. I will use their basic advice and take it to my financial adviser for a lot less than they're non-specific information. Their videos will guide you enough to put you on "their" path on the basic plan. Dishonest and deceptive advertising is what I call it from my marketing experience like "fresh from the sea, frozen crab legs". They are probably making more money from the second step fools than their actual investments. Its my first amendment opinion so I hope they sue me.
Alex Headley, no hiding email@example.com