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Jeff Kaller is the real deal. 99% of the people who complain or scream Jeff Kaller scam this and that are always the serial refunder types who Never Take Action and don't take responsibility for their own lack of action, then blame it on other people when absolutely nothing happens. Jeff will do everything in his power to help his students succeed but in the end, Jeff can't do it for you. That isn't what a good mentor is all about. Give a man a fish and he'll eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he'll eat for a lifetime. I don't know how many times I have heard this: "I thought this guy was going to take me to where I want to go..."
That is where they have it completely upside down. You are the ONLY Person who can ever take you to where you want to go in whatever you do. There is No mentor, teacher, guru, author, preacher, speaker, shaman, yogi or whomever that can or will do that for you.
Jeff Kaller is not pitching a scam. He provides insight, first hand knowledge, and support to anyone willing to put in his/her part of the deal. Investing in real estate, whether short sales or other methods, really isn't a get rich quick process, so don't expect that. Some real success can be achieved quickly, but Jeff and his affiliate coaches are quick to remind participants/students that it usually takes some time and a good and consistent effort to get any results.I find it interesting that peope who have never even looked at Jeff Kaller's program responded to your question and passed judgement without the slightest inkling of what his program includes and/or involves. Shame on you if you did respond without doing real and true due diligence. And, as to getting information for free... As the saying goes, you get what you pay for.
There many great sites you can find with a google.com search. Blogs and other real estate realated chat sites that provide free information about short sales etc. Spend the time looking around and I think you can teach yourself alot from people who love to share info for FREE.
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