Kyle Dennis Rancho Palos Verdes California Review

I made the mistake of falling for this hot mess. Kyle Dennis gave a marketing seminar where he spoke for more than an hour about how he had started to take a $5,000 account to $1,000,000, and how he was about to start a second $5,000 account and take that to $1,000,000 as well. The million dollar mission portfolio has NOTHING in it. Nothing. Zero. Nothing to follow there. Similarly, the $5,000 challenge portfolio is not actively traded (although at least this one has one stock in it). The seminar also promised that this would be easy to do from worK, which is not possible. The text alerts tend to come out after the stock has increased by 10%, so he makes money on his alerts from suckers following him Since Mr. Dennis has no apparent intention of growing either account to $1,000,000, I asked for a refund, pointing to the factual misrepresentations made in the presentation. I was told no, since I can follow along with his (useless) video lessons. I purchased this $1,999 service specifically so I could watch active trades, not day trade. No refund, but I do get spammed with requests to waste another $1,497 on this guyu2019s new service. Avoid. Not worth the money.

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