oli tee, done for you
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I received a video presentation from Oli Tee as i have been looking how to make good money on the net, i know it's possible but don't know how to achieve it. I responded to his video etc, I have since had a conversation with him & of course he seems very nice & helpful. I've checked him out on the net & out of all the pages i read about him I've only found 1 negative blog & they were still undecided. He wants me to send him $5000 for them to do 10 web videos with his team who will do everything for you hence it's called "Done for you" programme.
Hello Jacustomer,Thanks for clarifying. I actually found something in our data base about this company. A dissatified person was looking to get out of the contract, and there seems to be some real doubt as to where this company is based. There's evidence that it is likely a US business, but exactly where is unknown. It does not appear that the company has a website, which makes it tough to find out both who and where Oli Tee really is. I found some evidence of California and other showing Maryland.One way or the other, the problem is that Oli's offering is pretty pricey, and if you get no satisfaction or ripped off, you will have absolutely no legal recourse. Not only is the company outside of the reach of your law and consumer regulatory agencies, but if neither he nor his business can be found he's outside of the reach of ours too, for all practical purposes. Most of the work at home businesses are notable only for their pushy marketing techniques and overstated claims. Any video that tells you that you can make good money by doing little or nothing at all is lying. At best they might make you some pin money. At worst you will spend more on the program than you will see for a profit.. What these get rich quick hucksters don't tell you is that unless you have 24/7 commitment to grow a successful business, you won't get one. And despite what these companies promise, they don't deliver and they enrich only the founder of the company. Once your investment proves to be a bad one, when you look at the contract you signed, you generally discover that none of the results these companies seemed to promise were ever really guaranteed.Oli Tee's video is typical. It talks money but provides almost no information other than how much Oli claims to have made out of nothing, and how much money others he mentored did too, with the implicit promise, which he won't deliver, that this is what will happen to you too. But by then you will have signed a contract and he's got you where he wants you.The Federal Trade Commission, this country's chief consumer regulatory agency, has done a lot of work in this area going after work at home companies that prey on the elderly, the disabled, and the unemployed by offering expensive do-nothing programs that enrich only the company and defraud the consumer. They offer some advice as to how to evaluate a program or an online job that you see. You can check that information out here. and again here. And you just have to use your common sense. If you're looking into a US company, check then out with the Better Business Bureau (It has no record of Oli Tee's Done for You) and with the State Attorney General's Office in the state where the business is headquarted. (If you can ever find where that is) If they are not listed, if you can't get reliable independent track record, or if one of the consumer agencies above tell you there are a lot of consumer complaints about it, avoid them. This company can't be checked out. It is unknown to the Better Business Bureau. It does not appear to have a website. It has no real history other than the anonymous user reports on the web, most of which appear to be affiliates. That's not good enough to justify $5,000, in my opinion.Finally, because of the fact that businesses such as this one are largely predators, the Federal Trade Commission has mandated that these work at homes put a disclaimer on their site, telling prospective customers in accurate terms they can expect this business to bring in for them. There is no disclaimer here, which means that he's operating outside of the law (perhaps why he has no photo of himself and seems to be using some kind of voice changing software which makes him sound vaguely robotic). In any case, if he had the disclaimer, he would tell you that he promises you absolutely nothing.All in all, I see nothing at this time to make me confident that Oli Tee' s program would enrich your bank account. This review points out what's wrong with it far more eloquently than I can. (See link)The best kind of jobs are the ones that pay you and provide you free with the tools you need to do the job. I think you're more likely to regret signing on than not, and I see nothing here in his video that I haven't seen countless times before. You may get something for your money, but it's never going to be $57,000 in 7 days. Not even close.
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I was sent an address attached to a bank account : 59 Damonte ranch pkwy ste 6-259, Reno NV 89521. Acct name Freedom based Business, this was to go to a Wells Fargo bank.
Hi,Sorry for the dealy. I went to sleep and it is now only 8:30 AM here.Thank you for the address. While useful, this just amplifies the problem. There is no business named "Freedom Based Business" on the Nevada Secretary of State's registry, where a business should be. So all this is is a third possibility. You have a bank account in Nevada, several articles that says Oli himself is in San Francisco and another business account (Oli has more than one get rich quick business) in Maryland. The one sure thing that can be inferred from this is that Oli does not want anyone to know where he is. He also doesn't want anyone to see or know who he really is either. We also can't see how long he's been around.I am fond of saying that if a business goes to that length to avoid showing you who, what and where it really is so that you cannot get independent verification of its legitimacy, it is almost certainly up to no good. I don't want to suggest that you will get nothing at all for your money. I have no way of knowing that one way or the other. But I'm dubious that you will make from this enterprise as much money as you will put in trying to get to what's "done for you." .I'm going to stand by my original analysis. This is just one more over-hyoed, misreprented, come-on that will stop way shy of makiing you a fortune. Most people in fact, make absolutely nothing from this type of business, which is why our Federal Trade Commission has been shutting them down. You might want to ask Oli for the percentages of what his subscribers make, if you are inclined not to believe me, as it is required that he make that available by Federal law and he hasn't done it.