Jason Capital

Jason and his email income expert and money boss are crap
12 Complaints
Jason Capital Review

I have tried this junk course, and it sucks. Sorry for all the bad words, but there is no other way to explain how irritated I am after deciding to join this program. Jason Capital may seem like a normal person offering his skills to others in exchange for money, but he isn’t. He is a con artist who has devised this course to cheat people online. There is no better way to put it in one word than calling it abuse.

Jason Capital told me that he would prove that the entire thing worked, and all I needed to do was sign up for the course. He said that he had many offers going on the time I enrolled for it. He knew it was the right bet. He would offer me something at a reduced price, and I will feel like the only lucky person in this world. While on the other hand, he would be planning to take me down.

I feel like a fool. This person did take me down with his sweet words. He made me believe that there is no other way to get better profits in business than by writing emails. I believe that emails are an essential part of communication and can bring a lot of change to the profits (definitely in a good way). But, making it sound like it is the only way should have alarmed me at the beginning itself.

I checked myself in for the course and was fooled a big time. One must notice many things before planning to go for something that does not have a face. I would say that because Jason does not work under his actual name. Later, when I tried to find more about this person’s past, I was baffled to check that there is not much information about this person online. He has all his business under this pseudo name.

I do not know the reason behind these two lives, but it must be something severe. His background is blur and fishy. He has not much talked about himself and where he used to work or his experiences in the past. So, one has to believe everything that he says about himself.

It seems a perfect example of too good to be a true thing. The course is explained so that it feels as if it can make anyone millionaire in a day. The course says that by writing emails, Jason has earned millions from companies without pointing out the names of those companies. There is no evidence that the profits have been ever made. Jason capital will tell you stories and would like you to believe them without referencing those incidents. This clearly says a lot of things.

Not just that, if you will look into the reviews scattered on the web, you will find many of them with a lot of grammatical and spelling mistakes. This proves that the email income expert, the course offered by Jason Capital, is not legit. He bAll these show that the reviews are not legit. And, if they are, it anyway shows that Jason is not a good teacher. If he has taught people to write emails, didn’t he be responsible for training them to write correct English?

After understanding that there was not much in the course to offer, I researched online for more proof. I came across many dropouts that again prove that the course is not at all worthy. The virtues about the course that has been written online do not seem to be true. It feels as if someone has paid some overseas experts who lack English writing skills to fill those reviews on the internet.

I have seen this from the inside and know what this course has to offer. There is nothing unique or extraordinary about the course. After you complete the course, you will feel as if you made a fool of yourself. All these huge words and beautiful quotes made to get you onboard will ultimately look fake and flimsy.

When going through the course, I asked Jason if his students have made any profit by using these tutorials. Jason was too blunt to answer. He said that I am not at all the right fit for the course because I lacked intent. I mean, I am the guy whom he liked a lot in the beginning when I was about to pay for the course. When the time came to provide answers, he started being the badass. I have met many people, but Jason is the most shameless person I have ever spoken with.

If I had talked to him face to face, I would have known right away. He is a scammer and a big liar. He plays with words and makes you feel like the most special person with so many capabilities and only waiting for the right direction. He thinks that he has the right direction for you. But guess what, he is a liar. He has nothing that he can help people with.

The course is rather a torture, and those who have been with that would certainly agree with me. He talks about the email marketing strategies, which we have already been listening to for so long, being in the marketing field. If there is anything new to this, then Jason’s lies and scam make the course even more shitty.

This guy never answered the call once I asked for the refund. And, there is no one to help in case you have any problems in between the tutorial. You are on your own. I was very disappointed after going through the course and would suggest staying away from it.

If you like to learn, you can access all the free videos and content available on the internet. Those are a real help and not this course. Yes, you heard me, the free ones. They have more value than this paid course.

Jason and his email income expert and money boss are crap.

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12 Complaints on Jason Capital

  1. Unethical marketing

    Jason has the talent to wrap the masses around his finger for the wrong reasons. The marketing is highly unethical, and I found myself selling the same stuff he was selling. I sold some property successfully but never felt good about it.

    He borrows every psychological trigger from The Forbidden Keys to Persuasion by Blair Warren, which he names and implies credit to some things in his Natural Charm Installation System from 2013. I’ve followed his man since 2008, and he’s not who he says he is.

    He is fraudulent. The marketing is technically not illegal since there are financial disclaimers, but when you look into the history of the people he’s learned from over the years… not a good sign.

    He’s learned the trade tricks from people associated with fraudulent companies, such as Agora Financial. He’s learned his entire copywriting methods from them. He’s paid copywriters and branded their work as his own as well.

    Jason stole entire info products from the dating scene in the early 2010s and rebranded them as his own. He never played D1. The only record of him was at Eckerd College. I give the man credit and much respect for his hustle over the years, as it is interesting to see how a man can keep this up for 14 years straight. He won’t stop until he is incarcerated.

    I urge everyone to watch out for similar direct response marketers. The giant red flag and sign of running away from big ideas sound so simple and promising, yet you know it’s not that simple and easy. The concept casts doubt on all other solutions and options. These people only want your wallet and credit to leave you in financial ruin.

  2. Fraud made millions from scamming

    Jason capital is a scammer and fools his dumb fan boys that’s how he made millions

  3. my million times emailing them from my professional email to be honest I did get a refund

  4. Scammed on refund

    Asked for a refund within the first seven days and suddenly they stopped responding to my emails I think the course has some valuable content but they don’t stick to their word on thatRefund policy which is the reason why I gave it a shot in the first place I did everything they suggested in the first week and decided it wasn’t for me I feel scammed out of $1000

  5. You guys are lazy c#nts

    The huge problem in todays world is when we see something like this “Ye get money quiek” then everyone wants it. But the sad truth is that there will be always hard work to get that money. The course is legit. But some of you ass holes just think that money will fall in your hands by not doing fuckall. Let me tell you something then you should have never bought the course. Thats why he only has 300+ students whu have been successfull because they actually workerd hard and tried. Not like some of you giving up the first few days thinking its shit and fake not working scam…Mean while its your dumb ass problem because you did not even try. I will be honest its fucking hard for me but I am trying and even if I dont make any money of it atleast I can say I tried. Even if it is a huge fucking wastte of money IDC. Fucking grow up and learn to work for shit

    1. The reason Jason Capital is a scam is NOT because these guys didn’t try hard enough. If he advertises in WRITING that he provides a full refund and doesn’t then he is in fact, a liar and scammer. That’s literally the definition of a liar and scammer.
      Either he shouldn’t advertise that he gives full refunds, or he should give the refund without 1000 hoops to jump through.
      If guys truly got value and made bug money from his course, he wouldn’t have to worry about customers requesting fake refunds. They’d gladly pay and even refer other people.
      Going by a fake name is shady too. It’s fine to have a cool name that reflects your business. But he has never been upfront about his real name when telling his background stories. A quick google search will show he lied about his college baskebtall success in Michigan. Alex Maroko never play D1 ball anywhere.
      The silly story about the baskebtall program having rights to his real name is ridiculous. That’s his real name… no one can take those rights ????
      His Instagram is weak too. He clearly lives in a cheap rented condo. The area in his videos is really low end. Guys who have been rich for over a decade like Jason claims can afford a reasonable place without even trying. That’s not being frugal- it shows he’s exaggerating the big profits.
      Again, not saying his program is trash- but why have all these red flags if you are legit?! It turns people away and he’s losing a lot of profits.

    2. Perfect Example

      Imagine validating what he said by admitting you TRIED and worked hard and havent made money and IS a waste. But then you defend it telling these people THEY are stupid because they stopped when it smelled bad. You smelled how bad it was and said YEA im about this shit, and just ended up with shit in your mouth as you smiled. Moron.

  6. Garbage scam

    Jason capital is a fucking scammer like legit, I was a foolish idiot who bought into all the crap this messenger bot was telling me so I purchased it. STAY THE FUCK AWAY FROM IT. WHAT A WASTE OF MONEY

  7. He isn't scam

    He is not scam..I’ve read all comments and it is all bullshit.Reason why someone of you did not get money back beacuse you did not finished the course, you were in for a day and “I want my money back!” you did not even fvcking tried.. Why he did not said price from the start to the gentleman in comments is because in sales you never say it on the start because you dont know why are they even buying it, what is your customer pain point, when he gives you the price you have the power, not because he is “SCAM” or “He does not want to answer the question” or “He redirects..”, the real truth is that you fvcking guys are labeled as CHEAP CUSTOMERS and believe me no one wants those, “There are free stuff on internet and he wants 2000$ for his course” (Reason why it is 2000$ dollars is because when you pay something you will make it work ,meaning you wil put in effort, and by the way why no one here did not learn that free stuff??)
    He will make you feel speacial because everyone is somehow special but buying a course and leaving because it “doesnt work” after 3 days in??.. of course it will not work, go try snowboarding for 3 days and see can you go slide down the mountain..Like he said you lack intent..that is the reason why you fvckers will never get rich.My mesagge to you: Keep jerking off in front of your computer fellas hahahahha

    1. You can tell Daniel is a foreign virgin.

    2. The problem with most of these people are that they literally don’t want to do any work and think you can just become rich instantly. All those things he did to them in the sales pitch is what he teaches you to do. They bought it, you know why? Because he’s a damn good sales person and instead of learning from that and using those skills to their advantage, they claim scam. Theres no such thing as getting rich. People just want a magic potion for getting rich instead of realising he’s giving them tools for them to then go out and use. And he has explained why he doesn’t use his real name. When he was younger he sold a business of basket ball training but did not realise at the time that also gave them the rights to the use of his name which is why he now uses the name Jason Capital. He even reveals it and his real name in one of his videos.

    3. Scam

      He coulda just said 2000, in sales there are different types of clients, ones that hate beating around the bush and others that need lots of convincing

  8. For anyone who wants to know, his real name is actually Alex Maroko

    1. So how do u get your money back from this asshole

  9. Scammed on refund

    Scam! I talked to Jason Capital directly before buying one of his course. I told me a he would give my a refund if the program was not a good fit for me. After a couple of days, I realized it was not a good fit and asked for my money back.

    They would redund me because I didnt have a profesionnal email (they ask to get one in the program). I emailed back with my professional email and they still woud not give my money back.

    Biggest scam ever! The customer service is terrible. So frustrated with this!

    1. Did you ever get your refund back?

    2. I have the same problem

      May you email how did you make a professional email. Cause im trying to get a refund from them as well.

  10. He may be legit, but his operation seems "scammy"

    I was curious about his course, and clicked on his Facebook add. What followed was a ‘bot chat’ in Facebook Messenger, and I was provided a link to watch a YouTube video. It became obvious he was selling a course with the promise of a huge return on the investment in the course.

    The Messenger chats continued, but this time with a real human being. And, I asked for the initial price of the course. He did not answer the question, but deflected by asking me what I thought his offer was worth.

    I asked a second time and he deflected yet again, this time casting doubt on my ability to asses the potential return on my investment.

    I asked a third time for the initial cost of the course, and he abruptly ended the conversation.

    If someone will not tell you the price of what they are selling, upfront, then don’t buy it.

    The following is a transcript of the conversation in Messenger, including his run-on sentences and lack of punctuation:

    JC: Awesome! Are you sure you’re ready for this? Or do you have any further questions before I let you in?
    Oh, and just checking, you’re aware of the upfront investment involved?

    ME: What is the investment?

    JC: Good question [my first name here], I’ve got a few options for you man, but first I just need to make sure you’re a good fit I like to get an idea of what my students are going to do once they’ve started to realise their own success Money tends to magnify the values you already have, and I only want to help students that are going to do the right things with the money they make To quote Uncle Ben from Spider Man “with great power comes great responsibility” Let’s say Life Boss Ambassador helped to exponentially increase your income and enhance your high income skills what would you do with the money? How would that change your life?

    ME: Kudos on your method of refocusing the conversation away from a straight forward “how much?”, to “What is the value to me?

    Regardless of perceived value, I would like to know the cost up front. That knowledge will enable me to balance my decisions about what I can afford today and what is the the potential return on my investment.

    JC: That’s interesting, but how do you determine the value if you don’t know what’s in it for you? Suppose I just give you the price and do you really think you can do a well informed decision based on numbers?

    ME: Wow. That was your second attempt to deflect my question by casting doubt on my decision making abilities. It was a response worthy of any current political candidate.
    Any further deflection or evasion will result in my casting you into the category of scam artist and fraudster

    JC: Alright, then we’re done.

  11. Ooh babe….. that’s on you not being a fucking confident human begin.. you took his course to be more like him and when you couldn’t you reviewed him poorly… understandable but also no bueno. Don’t tear him down because he has Figured out what you haven’t…

  12. He use the 11 Star Offer on you.

    You have to keep going, man.