Re: Very Skinny - Posted by Eric Anderson
Posted by Eric Anderson on February 15, 2000 at 12:10:46:
Joe, thanks for responding. I had planned on getting in touch with you later on, after I had gathered a little more info. Since you’re here, maybe you would be willing to help us understand your program (or it’s replacement) a little better.
I have trouble making calls across the time zones too. However, 12 of your 36 counties are in the same Pacific Time Zone as you and I. Your response wouldn’t seem to apply to those counties. It might have appeared to enlighten, but it really didn’t.
I have purchased two of your courses already, and I’m seriously looking for reasons to buy more. But the “time-zone and hoops” response doesn’t really balance the $4,995 cost of your BIZ program. You are a respected provider of course materials, and I like your energy, your enthusiam and your approach. I would like to find a reason to buy into your program. But I have to notice that someone, somewhere, has already spent $179,820 just for starters (36 counties x $4,995) And I can’t find anybody to say “boo” (NEWS FLASH Just this morning got a greatly appreciated posting from FrankPghPA, Thanks, Frank.)
I live in Multnomah county. About ten day ago I posted a question on creoline asking for foreclosure info in Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington counties. All three of these are “sold to the BIZ” counties side-by-side in the Portland metropolitan area, about two hours directly south of your stomping grounds in Tacoma. No response.
The names Multnomah and Clackamas are quite distinctive. I had expected to catch somebodies attenion. No luck. I went to the Portland REI club. I asked the entire group, about 60-65 people, for feedback. No feedback. I asked the livewire Culb President. No knowledge. I sent a private email to a well regarded Portland investor that posts occasionally. No help. I’m not trying to be mysterious about the name. When I asked this investor if he had any info about the BIZ, it just didn’t occur to me to ask for permission to publish names.
It just seems to get curiouser and curiouser. You don’t owe me an education, I wasn’t really ready anyhow; I don’t yet have all my ducks in a row. If you do post, I’m sure it will be a good one. But please fatten it up a little, that previous response wasn’t just skinny, it was emaciated.
Regards, and hang in there. I’m interested. Eric