Sunday, August 07, 2005

Another google ad

Add 5, 10, 20, Even 30 New Associates Into Their Quixtar Business

Yeah, that's the ad running on my blog. Hmmm, this guy, Greg Gomez III knows how to ad that much reps, yet he's not doing it himself? Interesting...

You Will learn how to do it without the help of those expensive double-opt-in Internet lead programs, without pestering your friends or family members, and without having to sell your soul to the red guy downstairs.

So those program are bad, his is good but he is not following that program himself. He's a hypocrite alright, but he's no idiot ;) He knows where the money is, Teaching!

What type of name is Greg Gomez III anyways? Was his momma in hurry or what?

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At 12/10/2007 12:13:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Spoken like a man who is broke.

The man has done it and now teaches. There is more money in teaching yes but he has been there and built sales organizations.

At 3/25/2008 10:45:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My experience with Greg Gomez III is that he is a dream-stealer who has learned how to ask questions in a bold and confident manner in order to get people to expose themselves so that he can get them to doubt themselves and their companies in order to sell his pricey course.

During our conversation I found him constantly reframing what he was told in a negative way, talking in a derogatory manner about my company which I fully love and believe in, and actually asking me to consider that the company had failed me, amongst his bag of tricks. To be honest, he gave me a headache with all of his manipulative techniques and his insistence on trying to get me to doubt my own personal experience in order to sell me his courses.

I don't know that Greg has "done it", but I do recognize manipulation and I do know what I experienced with this fellow, and it was not honest communication, nor was he willing to appreciate or validate my viewpoint regarding my personal experiences at all.

It is not uncommon for people who practice manipulation like Greg to ask people to question and doubt themselves like this and to insist that what they believe was their experience to not have been.

It is a known manipulative technique to suggest to someone that they consider something else to be what took place instead of what they experienced. They do this to cause doubt in their victim in order to "plant a seed" and shift the person into a different perspective which will move the agenda along to benefit themselves, in this case to sell a course which is highly profitable to himself... but it is not honest communication, it is communication with an agenda... and it does not respect nor validate the other person whatsoever.

You don't name what organization Greg built, nor do I know of any... but I do know manipulation and coercion, which is what I experienced firsthand with Greg, and he is a master at it, I assure you.

I also attended one of his overview calls of the courses that he offers and found them to be totally missing any information regarding content whatsoever. I listened to over a half hour of vague claims and promises of results that were repeated over and over, until I finally hung up.

If you believe so much in Greg Gomez, why don't you tell us what course you took, and tell us some of the results that you yourself have gotten, the success you've experienced yourself in your business as a result of Mr. Gomez's teachings...?

I'm sure we'd all love to hear about it...

At 6/08/2008 09:06:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gladly...Greg Gomez is a lot less "manipulative" than the company you love and believe in I'm afraid. It is a shame that you are so blinded by the brain washing that you don't know the truth when you hear it.

I personally use all the same methods Greg uses and I know absolutely(having finally found my own success)that these are honest and professional techniques that being used by nearly all successful entrepreneurs on the planet.

"Dream Stealer" is an old MLM term that is very discriptive of those who would rather be "Right Than Rich" but it in no way describes Greg Gomez who truly helps others achieve their dreams...

At 6/08/2008 09:29:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

His briefing is not an hour and a half, it closer to 45 minutes.
Had you actually listened to the briefing (instead of having a kniption fit)you would know the name of the program he's a Rep for and would therefore have been able to do some research on that company.

You would also know that the programs he is offering has a proven track record and a money back guarantee (in writing) that states if YOU are not making an xtra $50K within one year of registering as a student you'll get your registration fee back in full.

You left a lot of money on the table by closing your mind to the information he was actually trying to share to you.

Sad silly little lemming...

At 6/18/2008 08:28:00 PM, Anonymous Derick said...

I have worked with Greg extensively and found him to go out of his way to help with my MLM Success.

I don't like getting into name calling or anything negative, but Greg and his program have helped me to replace a 6 figure income in a very short time.

Was it magic, NO. I worked my butt off, but Greg has never been anything but honest, encouraging, and helpful with my success- even when there was no advantage for him.

That's my 2 cents.

At 1/31/2009 11:46:00 AM, Blogger Jane said...

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At 1/31/2009 11:49:00 AM, Blogger Jane said...

Hi everyone. I've only been in this industry a few years but have failed miserably. I'm a hard worker and like to think I'm pretty intelligent. But what I was being taught just wasn't working and my friends and family were running from me because they didn't want to hear about my business ventures.

I've never met Greg Gomez but I've attended quite a few of his classes and the guy is a genius. I have learned so much from him and what he teaches works... I'm living proof of that.

At 8/20/2009 05:13:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Run and run fast I wouldn't give him a dime lot of half truths come from that mans mouth. More promises than he can possibly deliver on.

He doesn't even do an MLM just talks a great line.

At 9/06/2009 12:05:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wasted $2300 and DID do the things he taught-5 months later and I haven't made a freakin dime. HE won't refund my money either. NO free leads he promised, etc. What a gross waste of money and time!!!

At 6/24/2011 11:21:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Greg gomez scam. Building a business comes from hard work and experience...not scripts developed by a guy with "13 years experience"...what a douche!!

At 2/14/2012 01:27:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm on his leader page now and I am interested in checking out his program. Sounds like he knows his stuff. He's long winded

At 7/01/2014 10:50:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I to fell for a better way to prospect clients by what he offered. I ordered the blueprint, and waiting to see if I will actually get the material. I also schedule this so called first coaching session for last night. I got three emails leading up to the call saying it will start in 1 hr, then 30min, then 10 min. In each email the only contact info was mine. 7:00 comes and no call, I even sent an email around 7:30 asking did I miss something in the instructions to not receive the call. Still have not heard back so I do not trust that I will get the book and cds.

At 7/21/2014 07:55:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm wondering about the "anonymous" who wrote the 7/01/2014 post. Did you ever get the material or the coaching call?


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