Im just a young guy with a wife and 2 young kids and last year I got all hyped up by the Tax Liens workshop. The result is that even though Ive tried to get out of it they still want me to pay the US$99 a month.

Ive asked Debs Greenwood at Propertyteachers on numerous occasions and she just says that I have to pay or shell get baycorp, or whatever, onto me.

Big lesson learnt for me. I see from the RM thread that I may not be alone here either.

Well at least my NZ property portfolio is still intact.

I look forward to gleaming some great info off this forum in the future.

Sorry to hear about your experience with Propertyteachers. Are you able to give us some more detail on what your agreement with them is? Did you sign up for a certain term?

Also, I presume from your post that what you were taught hasnt been useful to you, could you perhaps expand on that? Were any guarantees made prior to the workshop?

Did they cover any of the difficulties with tax liens at the workshop? The type of things I have in mind are in Matt Gilligans posthere.

Send the contract you signed off to your friendly lawyer.

For a fee theyll give you an opinion on how to break it.

Just be careful they dont widen the rift & gather the loot though.

The three most harmful addictions are heroin, carbohydrates and a monthly salary – Fred Wilson.

Yeah I suppose there is always a bright side.

Send the contract you signed off to your friendly lawyer.

For a fee theyll give you an opinion on how to break it.

Just be careful they dont widen the rift & gather the loot though.Yeah, Im going to take it to a place that gives free legal advice.

I just hate places like this that lock you into things i.e. gyms.

Ive learnt the hard way, these guys dont play nice. Youve been warned!

Neville – Based on the facts you have given, and you havent given much, you signed a contract that required monthly payment, I assume for a set period of time with no option to cancel. You now want to cancel. Per the contract, too bad

My story is this – I went to the bank and said I dont want to pay them interest anymore, they pointed to the contact and said too bad.

Neville – Based on the facts you have given, and you havent given much, you signed a contract that required monthly payment, I assume for a set period of time with no option to cancel. You now want to cancel. Per the contract, to bad

My story is this – I went to the bank and said I dont want to pay them interest anymore, they pointed to the contact and said to bad.

More facts may help.Ouch! Yes CJ you are right. I have learnt a lesson here and the basic facts you state are right. I did the course for about $2000 and then signed up for a yearsupport(yeah, right!), at US$99 per month. My bad, I know.

The whole deal with this thing is that these guys just take your money and give NO support and NO follow up. They make outrageous claims that people can buy houses for $1 and sell them for thousands.

Ive been on the Dane forum and there were NO posts in the success stories thread for the first 3 months! What does that tell you. There were 500+ people on my course alone and I havent heard a single good deal that has been made.

I admit some people may have made some cash but I certainly havent seen any evidence of it.

On the front page of the DWA website there is an icon.

Seems to me you arent 100% satisfied. Under NZ law the fine print isnt allowed to take away such banner statements.

Id ask for my money back and stop paying if I was you and wasnt satisfied.

SpacemanLast edited by spaceman; 18-03-2010 at05:47 PM.Delightfully in need of some Tender Loving Care

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