Would you pay $2000 for an online membership course?

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Hello Warrioreeps

I wanted to ask if you would ever pay 2k-3k for your course? The course seems ultra legit,

Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Clandog
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    Yes, but then again I believe in Santa Clause and the Tooth Fairy. With a course that costly I would first need them to show me the means to first make up the cost of the course which I would then be happy to invest into. But sight unseen, with a person I have no idea who he or she is, I would sign up for that course just as soon as I would sign up to have a endoscopy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ross Kenny
    Yes I would but I would have to know them very well before handing over that amount of cash...

    Go do you due diligence.

    Check out reviews and contact past students if possible.

    Go check out the Warrior Review section - Internet Marketing Product Reviews & Ratings

    Be careful though... Some Marketers have good intentions but can get snowed under and not deliver
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    • Profile picture of the author Clandog
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      Originally Posted by Ross Kenny View Post

      Yes I would but I would have to know them very well before handing over that amount of cash...

      Go do you due diligence.

      Check out reviews and contact past students if possible.

      Go check out the Warrior Review section - Internet Marketing Product Reviews & Ratings

      Be careful though... Some Marketers have good intentions but can get snowed under and not deliver
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by Ross Kenny View Post

      Yes I would but I would have to know them very well before handing over that amount of cash...
      Exactly so.

      There are people selling online courses successfully for these figures, and for higher amounts. What they nearly all have in common is an established subscriber-base of longstanding customers who already know, respect and trust them, and have been sufficiently impressed with the value they've received from $997/$497/$197/$67 products, before buying a course for thousands.
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  • Profile picture of the author Shubh Ashish
    I buy the high ticket products/courses but they are very much basic but in detail and very motivating.I think you should try one or tell me the name of the product.I will manage it for you if some of my team members have it for free.If you love the course , just go and buy it.
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    • Profile picture of the author M Thompson
      Probably Not, I usually like to see how the people selling courses are actually doing things themselves. I'd find one of their membership sites and join it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    Yes, but only if the training fits in with my current needs and I believe putting the info to good use will give me a decent return on my investment.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ross Kenny
    If the $2000 membership included 1 on 1 coaching... Skype calls...
    Mastermind webinars... Critiques.. Forum of like minded people..

    And if this was for something I was extremely interested in and
    would improve my business and income....

    Hell yeah!!

    But it comes down to - What the offer actually is..

    It would have to be of great value and not just a guru product launch..
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    • Profile picture of the author thinktwice
      Originally Posted by Ross Kenny View Post

      If the $2000 membership included 1 on 1 coaching... Skype calls...
      Mastermind webinars... Critiques.. Forum of like minded people..

      And if this was for something I was extremely interested in and
      would improve my business and income....

      Hell yeah!!

      But it comes down to - What the offer actually is..

      It would have to be of great value and not just a guru product launch..
      I agree with that one.

      With such kind of support, they would not be able to coach more than 20-25 persons per session.

      But honestly, why would I charge $2000 for such a program if I was making $200,000/year on auto-pilot?

      I dunno.
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      • Profile picture of the author Nightengale
        Originally Posted by thinktwice View Post

        But honestly, why would I charge $2000 for such a program if I was making $200,000/year on auto-pilot?
        Exactly!


        ****THIS is exactly why mentors don't give their time and expertise for free! ... And why they charge "high" prices for it. The ROI (return on investment) has to be there.****

        It boggles my mind when people complain and wonder why people charge high prices for their coaching/mentoring.
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        • Profile picture of the author theemperor
          Before paying $2k for a course, try this:

          Write a business plan that based on your current skills and a $2k investment would give you a good return.

          You now have $2k to spend on outsourcing both technical and writing, paid advertising etc. Now that's what I call leverage!

          Anything else you need to fill knowledge gaps can be found on Amazon, as a WSO or simply by searching the forum for free.

          I would guess that taking action with that $2k you will end up in a better place than handing it over to a deity of internet marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author NicheGrabber
    $2000 is a large amount of cash to fork out upfront. Maybe you should consider changing your pricing model to a weekly or monthly rate (For example $199/month for 10 months).
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  • Profile picture of the author CDarklock
    Originally Posted by jerzykaz View Post

    I wanted to ask if you would ever pay 2k-3k for your course? The course seems ultra legit
    This is my business investment question.

    "Should I buy this?" = "Am I absolutely convinced that within 90 days, I will recoup my investment PLUS an additional 500% profit?"

    That's what I consider a solid business investment.

    If I'm not convinced of that, I will frequently invest anyway if I am reasonably sure I can make double my money back in 30 days, and prepared to lose my investment entirely if I am wrong.

    That's what I consider a risky business investment.

    Anything less than that is high-risk and amounts to buying lottery tickets. Or flushing money down the toilet, which is just about as effective.
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  • To ask so much for a course, they must show verifiable proof of their income.
    Check for reviews on this forum, check if there is an author and find his feedback among people.

    Otherwise it can be what I call a "booby-trap". Pay attention to avoid scams.

    See you soon,
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    • Profile picture of the author Nightengale
      Very important point: Unless your target market is other Warriors, you're asking the wrong crowd. Be VERY careful about who you ask advice from.

      (I've paid that much (and more) for courses and programs: $1,500 (Twice! total: $3,000 for two versions of the same program), $3,000, and $7,000 respectively.)

      Take a look at the WSO section and look at the prices. It's possible a Warrior or two might pay that kind of money, but most won't. For the most part, you'd be wasting your time trying to promote a product at that price point to Warriors (although a sale or two is possible).

      As Will said:

      Originally Posted by WillR View Post

      Your question is like asking someone...

      "Would you pay $50,000 for a car?"

      or

      "Would you pay $20,000 for a holiday?"

      It depends what sort of car and holiday it is. There are definitely holidays I would be willing to pay $20,000 for and there are definitely cars I would pay $50,000 for. There are also a lot of cars and holidays I would never pay anywhere near that amount of money for.

      Imagine you were selling $1000 bills for $900, you could sell them all day long, right? The same applies here. So long as the value you are offering someone far outways the investment then you will always be able to get people to buy your product or service.
      It DOES completely depend on your subject/topic and target market. When I paid $3,000, it was for a course on a very specialized topic. And it included a lot more: DVDs of a previous conference, monthly training calls and bi-weekly Q&A calls, PLUS two live conferences that year.


      Originally Posted by Alessandro Zamboni View Post

      To ask so much for a course, they must show verifiable proof of their income.
      This is positively ridiculous. I've paid my mentor the $3,000 and $7,000 respectively and never asked for "verifiable proof of income." Although most business coaches/trainers will give you a ballpark figure of their income (i.e. "I've made 6 figures" or "I've made millions doing this.") most WON'T show you bank statements. Nor should they.

      Instead, proof is provided through their statements, testimonials from current and past clients, published articles and books, through joint ventures with other established experts and organizations in the field, etc. That's called positioning.

      Whether you believe them is up to you.

      I WILL say though, that it IS a learning curve to be willing to spend that much. I was like most Warriors here, barely willing to spend 2 dimes with anyone. The cynicism and mistrust here is EPIC. NOT good if you want to build a business.

      That first $1,500 product I bought way back in 2008 was a HUGE leap for me. I'd NEVER spent that much money with ANYONE before and I was very nervous, afraid of being ripped off.

      But I'd bought from her (Mentor #1) once before (a $297 product) and she'd delivered what she promised. She also had DOZENS and DOZENS of killer testimonials on her sales page (for the $1,500 product) and offered a no-hassle guarantee. I figured if worst came to worst, I could always do a chargeback on my credit card.

      So I took the leap and bought. It was worth every penny and I bought again the next year when she brought out the newest (and last ever) version of it.

      That experience was a training ground for me in seeking out what I needed and being willing to spend (invest) that money in my business and trust that it was worth the price.

      Two years later, in 2010, when I heard my current mentor (Mentor #2) on a teleseminar (hosted by Mentor #1) describing what she does, I leaped at the chance to get a free copy of her book and more information about what she did. In the process of getting the book, I saw the program she was offering (for $3K), knew it was for me and bought immediately.

      Normally, I wouldn't have spent so much so quickly with someone I'd just heard of/gotten to know, but I knew OF her already since she was the founder and CEO of the National Association of Women Writers. Although I'd never joined NAWW, as a writer, I was aware of it and knew her name. At that time, NAWW had been around for 10 years. So she already had credibility with me from the get-go.

      And since Mentor #1 introduced me to Mentor #2 by having her on one of her own teleseminars, it was in fact, an endorsement.

      Some things are just more powerful than a bank statement. Nowadays, if it's something I need, feel is worth the price and I actually have the funds, I don't bat an eye at high prices. Up to $20,000 that is. (Hey, everyone has their limits! )

      (Well, actually.... My mentor has a $30,000 program and I'd JUMP at the chance to pay it if I had it. But that's because it's a done-for-you program. She actually launches and markets your company FOR you for 6 months for that. I'd LOVE that!)

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  • Profile picture of the author twelvejewelz
    Not a chance. I dont think anyone can teach me in a course what i cant find on good old google some way or another. I am constantly learning and i read and research HUNDREDS of things a day and im not sure any course would really be of any help.. what kind of course is it?
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  • Profile picture of the author dadamson
    Oh hang on, you say it is "ultra-legit"?

    Ok, where do I sign up??
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  • Profile picture of the author harrymcclaire
    Nah, i dont belief in all this actually.

    Because what works for others might not work for you.

    I belief in learning here and there, and doing it for yourself as your learn.

    That is the Kick, when you finally made it, its a good feeling.
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  • Profile picture of the author savvybizbuilder
    2k - 3k can do a lot on my business. But if is worth it, its ok for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author Daryl Green
    If you can make a $9 wso work by taking action on it 100% and can do that consistently then go ahead and take action on the 2grand course. There might not be much difference in actual knowledge. it's all about the presentation and the stacked benefits and emotional hooks. And the large price convinces you it must be worth at least half that right? Or maybe not. Practice being a completer finisher and you won't need a 2 grand course - you will have made it on your own.
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    • Profile picture of the author kencalhn
      Originally Posted by Daryl Green View Post

      If you can make a $9 wso work by taking action on it 100% and can do that consistently then go ahead and take action on the 2grand course. There might not be much difference in actual knowledge. it's all about the presentation and the stacked benefits and emotional hooks. And the large price convinces you it must be worth at least half that right? Or maybe not. Practice being a completer finisher and you won't need a 2 grand course - you will have made it on your own.
      well said. that phrase "practice being a completer/finisher" is extremely important
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  • Profile picture of the author renukoot
    I would rather invest my money in WF. This is the place to get many informations & you will actually able to get real peoples with reviews & all to get what you wanted for your online success.

    Better stick to WF - For me.
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  • Profile picture of the author IMHunter
    It totally depends on the content of the course. If it is really good then why not?
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    Your question is like asking someone...

    "Would you pay $50,000 for a car?"

    or

    "Would you pay $20,000 for a holiday?"

    It depends what sort of car and holiday it is. There are definitely holidays I would be willing to pay $20,000 for and there are definitely cars I would pay $50,000 for. There are also a lot of cars and holidays I would never pay anywhere near that amount of money for.

    Imagine you were selling $1000 bills for $900, you could sell them all day long, right? The same applies here. So long as the value you are offering someone far outways the investment then you will always be able to get people to buy your product or service.
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  • Profile picture of the author rooze
    $2000 is peanuts for the right kind of course. Just think what many pay for a semester at college, and they come away no better equipped than had they not attended in the first place.
    But do your research to determine if it's the right thing for you.

    Does it offer a path towards the fulfillment of your goals? Have others benefited from it, people similar to you (testimonials, get off your arse and contact a couple people).
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  • Profile picture of the author PPC-Coach
    I agree with WillR. If it's worth the money then yeah why not.

    Ever notice EVERY SINGLE $2,000 course is emailed to you as promotion from someone you "trust".

    They have to sell them that way because without social proof, they'd never sell a single copy.

    The guys selling them are smart marketers, but being a smart marketer doesn't mean you produce a good course.

    Then there's the after buy emotions that buyers go through. Since they paid so much for a course, they get very defensive about it. They have to protect it because they've invested so much into it and don't want to think they made a mistake.

    You gain very "loyal" followers by launching high ticket courses. Marketers know that. Nobody wants to think they made a bad decision so even if the course is complete crap, the buyer will somehow try to justify buying it. Kind of like Steve Job's old reality distortion field. But that's another post for another day.

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    • Profile picture of the author Raydal
      I have paid that amount for a course and even more for a
      software. The course worked out but the software did
      not perform as I anticipated.

      The major deciding factor is not whether you think that
      the course is expensive or not but the ROI for the information
      you are getting.

      Most people would pay $10,000 for a course if they think they
      can make $100,000 as a result.

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      • Profile picture of the author cashp0wer
        I would pay that much if they did one on one coaching with you. For that price one on one coaching would have to be offered. I would definitely check them out completely before you turn over that kind of cash. Check the reviews and make sure they are legit.
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      • Profile picture of the author Centurian
        Originally Posted by Raydal View Post

        The major deciding factor is not whether you think that the course is expensive or not but the ROI for the information
        you are getting.

        Most people would pay $10,000 for a course if they think they
        can make $100,000 as a result.

        -Ray Edwards
        Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.

        If it builds my bottom line, I'd pay whatever I could afford.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
    Geeze, I paid more than that for an hour of consulting
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  • Profile picture of the author Mary Wilhite
    Originally Posted by jerzykaz View Post

    Hello Warrioreeps

    I wanted to ask if you would ever pay 2k-3k for your course? The course seems ultra legit,

    Thanks
    Yes. Why not?
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  • My first course ever was 2 grand and that was a decade ago and people told me I was stupid for buying it, but I was able to quit my job later they probably think that I'm stupid while working at their job. That 2 grand course changed my life (I bought more since then and I don't regret it). But yes most people will tell you that you are a moron for paying 2 grand. Also I paid 7 grand once (that is the most so far). And I'm sure I will pay more in the future. Just my 2 cents I hope it helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author sumith
    Pay 2k - 3k but make sure you make 2 times more money by using the tactics.. i would personally pput in that much money for a mentor, not for coaching guides.
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    • Profile picture of the author Daniel Evans
      As mentioned, it depends on the person and the offer.

      It doesn't matter if a person can afford $2k. It's knowing that someone can extract it out of you in exchange for something that isn't worth anywhere near that price which is the issue.

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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    No ... I would not. There's not much that I haven't found for free by researching on the Internet using Google. I'll buy lower priced courses, but not courses in the thousands.
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  • Profile picture of the author savyeman
    Originally Posted by jerzykaz View Post

    Hello Warrioreeps

    I wanted to ask if you would ever pay 2k-3k for your course? The course seems ultra legit,

    Thanks
    Online if it can help me make 10 times as much....

    It must not allow me to have to do any work just about if I'm paying that per month

    dude get to work just buy a wso and get yourself to work. You will make money.

    I rather pay a coach 2k I get one on one rather then some membership
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  • Yes I would. I spend a fortune on education every single year.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dave90210
    Try all the free methods first. If you have no success with all the free info then if you feel the paid info is worth it then go for it!
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  • Profile picture of the author daynknight
    I would not just jump into it . You should do your research and see if you can find any complaints on the course, like if they don't deliver on what they say. Google complaints and course name and see what comes up. Once you have research it, it will give you a clearer view and help you to make a informed decision.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
    This limiting belief of pricing points is worrying.

    Just because you cant afford it, doesnt mean others cant.

    I had an email today from a prospective buyer "I dont care about the price, I just want to know that what Im buying doesnt suck"
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  • Profile picture of the author johnes4th
    Without knowing what the course is, it's hard to say. If it is more of a membership, with webinars and one-on-one consultations, then I would give it a closer look.

    If I have 2K and want to spend it on only one educational opportunity, then I would probably opt for a personal consultation or try to contact someone successful located nearby and just pay them the 2K for a meeting/half-day of their time. That way I could get exactly what I want out of it - and if it ends up being a bust, I could only blame myself.
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  • Profile picture of the author The A
    dat very expensive course. what kind of course is it? make money online? seriously, why you need one? you can learn a lot from forums like this warrior forum or typical discussions board.
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  • Profile picture of the author paul_1
    If it can really help and earn me big time then why not. The question here is not about the money - it's about making sure it's legit and if it can deliver what was promised.

    Spending money on advertisements can be as expensive and if not done correctly - it would just go to waste.

    Now, if the 2K-course will save you all the trouble and guarantee your success then why not?!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author JeremiahSay
    I don't understand your definition of ultra legit, do you mind explaining a little more?

    I'll invest 2k or even more.. if this particular course can guarantee me return on investment (ROI).. If not, do they offer a 100% money back guarantee?

    It will be good if you can provide us the link.. I would love to take a look at this course myself..

    Thanks,
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  • Profile picture of the author DotComBum
    No! Don't even consider it if it's just $200
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      Absolutely, positively, 100%.... NO!
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      • Profile picture of the author ADG
        I would if I believe the value I would receive would allow me to use the information in my business to take it to another level.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ron Douglas
    Yes, if I think it can help my business I will. In fact, I've spent $8,000 in the last 30 days alone on a training course and a mastermind group from two different marketers.
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    • Profile picture of the author Nightengale
      Originally Posted by John Romaine View Post

      You just dont get it.

      You just dont.
      Amen! No, he really doesn't.

      Originally Posted by Ron Douglas View Post

      Yes, if I think it can help my business I will. In fact, I've spent $8,000 in the last 30 days alone on a training course and a mastermind group from two different marketers.
      It's nice to see another Warrior who "gets it." Between Nov. 15 and Jan. 3, I spent a grand total of $9,000 on courses and coaching.

      It's probably all I'll spend on learning for the rest of the year, but that's because I'm IMPLEMENTING. (I'm still spending money on the implementing.)

      But I'm VERY happy with my choices for learning this year.

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    • Profile picture of the author celente
      Originally Posted by Ron Douglas View Post

      Yes, if I think it can help my business I will. In fact, I've spent $8,000 in the last 30 days alone on a training course and a mastermind group from two different marketers.
      I agree with ron here.

      I simply call this ROR or (Rate Of Return)

      I have spent 5k on two occasions. At the time it was a small risk but the people, info and ideas I got from this coaching was the best and it took my business to the next level.

      The people, contacts and also relationships where priceless also.

      So you have to think what you are going to get in return before deciding on this. For me it was a no brainer and we recouped our small investment very quickly implementing a few ideas.
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    I may if it is exceptionally good.
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    • Profile picture of the author theemperor
      Originally Posted by BIG Mike View Post

      Back in my professional corporate days, I've spent upwards of $30K on courses that were important to my continuing education.

      Before you commit to the course you need to ask yourself:

      1. Am I ready for this?
      2. Can I afford this if it doesn't work out?
      3. Will it interfere with my current business activities?
      4. What would be a realistic ROI on the investment?

      Don't take the course simply because it's available, take because you're at a stage where you can benefit from it, put it to work immediately and have some reasonable expectation of ROI.

      Do NOT take the course if it isn't a good fit with what you're already doing, if will interfere with whatever you're doing or if you will need to go into debt to cover the cost.
      ^^^^^^^^^^
      This is the best answer IMO.

      However I would like to add that the problem with $2k courses is that anyone can sell a course for $2k.

      The sales tactic I see often for these money making courses online is along the lines of "here is my excellent lifestyle, travelling, beaches, fast cars etc. just imagine if you could have this. I have the secret. If you don't by this course you will be stuck in your dreadful life forever, but if you invest you can have it all. One of our students made $100,000 last week.. blah blah blah"

      Very different animal to a corporate course on say law, or programming in C++.
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  • Profile picture of the author StevenJones
    2k - 3k? For information?

    Really depends what's inside the box really, If you don't know what's it about I wouldn't give it a shot.
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  • Profile picture of the author jerzykaz
    Thanks everyone. Just to clarify, i have been following this guy for many years, and he has solid reputation. It's a make money online system he sells. It includes membership site, telephone coaching, videos. It's an 8 weeks course, and membership for a lifetime. I trust him a lot.
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  • Profile picture of the author canada94
    If it is in line with your goals then do it, you REALLY need to do your du diligence first though, get names of other students, at least three, and speak to them by phone, this shouldnt be a problem if it is legit.

    Hope this helps


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  • Profile picture of the author kokotai
    I would research it very thoroughly before handing over that amount of cash, as I have done in the past for software and training which turned out to be a dud!(didn't do my research!)

    Once you've done your research and it looks like it will grow your business, if the course providers have a track record of success and trust and you will apply what you learn, then go for it.
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  • Profile picture of the author joergHaus
    Why onearth would anyone pay $2000 for a course when you can get everything here on the Warrior Forum for just a few bucks. Most WSO's a less than 10 bucks!
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    • Profile picture of the author kokotai
      Originally Posted by joergHaus View Post

      Why onearth would anyone pay $2000 for a course when you can get everything here on the Warrior Forum for just a few bucks. Most WSO's a less than 10 bucks!
      I have to agree with this too though. Everything and more is available right here! When I discovered the WF, my life changed! Lol!
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    • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
      Originally Posted by joergHaus View Post

      Why onearth would anyone pay $2000 for a course when you can get everything here on the Warrior Forum for just a few bucks. Most WSO's a less than 10 bucks!
      You just dont get it.

      You just dont.
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      • Profile picture of the author Josh880
        You get what you pay for.

        Sometimes when looking for quality you gotta come out your pocket for it.

        Spending 2k on a course is a lot of money, but more than likely you are going to learn things you never knew existed before. I've paid for high priced courses and have had my eyes open to totally new worlds.

        Just be sure on who you're investing in.

        Some marketers will teach you things beyond imagination that will take your business to new heights. The key is just to implement what you've learned (something most people don't do)
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  • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
    Have a listen to any high profile marketer, Eban Pagen, Frank Kern, John Reese.

    They've all invested tens of thousands of dollars towards coaching and mentoring.

    You wont find guys like this buying $17 ebooks, hoping that something might "magically work"
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  • Profile picture of the author MoneyMunchies
    If I believe it would make me more than $2000 and I couldn't get the information somehwere for cheaper then I probably would
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Originally Posted by jerzykaz View Post

    Hello Warrioreeps

    I wanted to ask if you would ever pay 2k-3k for your course? The course seems ultra legit,

    Thanks
    NOPE sure wouldn't
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  • Profile picture of the author jamesrich1
    If it was by a marketer who I TRUST to provide INCREDIBLE life changing content then YES I would buy. I would buy a $2,000 course from Mark Hoverson or David Wood any time. If it will help you with your goals then its worth it.
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  • if you have 2000 you could bye a nice site that generates at least 100-220 a month from flippa then use that money to save up build a better portfolio why do people think they can get rich tomorrow it takes. Yes people hate waiting but they can spend years signing up for these course and never learn a think when they could of baught business and made millions from there small profits being reinvested
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  • Profile picture of the author Jessica Lynn
    I would only pay that much if it included a whole lot of one on one coaching. There are GREAT memberships available for much less and they include email coaching. Try Kim Roach's marketing lab or Justin Brooke's "tackle" if you're looking for cheaper alternatives.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jamie Lin
    Probably not, because that is very expensive and overpriced
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  • Profile picture of the author anauel63
    on one side; people who actually rely on your testimonials to promote their business do

    tend to deliver the best content (rolodex) in these type of courses and they don't get to

    rest if you don't succeed but on the other hand,

    others don't care if you make it at all ,they're purely scammers and their model is based

    on making sure you have total beleif in them; and then you lost money!!
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  • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
    You gotta start looking at it as an INVESTMENT, not an expense.

    Big difference.
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  • Profile picture of the author chinadigipro
    First you gotta be cent percent sure it's legit. Legit it the sense "Have talked Face to face to the person who is gonna tutor you", "Check out the reviews in trusted forums that he has got from his customers", "Make sure if any problem arises, you can track him down like create a dispute in case payment has been made through Paypal" Totally be cautious if u r Paying it upfront.
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  • Profile picture of the author jerzykaz
    Hello,
    I'm glad that some people invest a lot in education. Especially I like the fact that warriors who privide a lot of value in every post, like Nightengale, Big Mike and John R. have also invested a lot.
    To people who said to buy WSOs instead of an expensive course.... I have done it for 2 years and learned a bit but no major income changes came out of them.
    Anyway, i have invested the money, will keep ya all posted whether it was a good move on my side

    Thanks for valuable info!!!
    Jerzykaz
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  • Profile picture of the author l@ttemonarck
    That's costly for a course. No for that 2k-3k
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  • Profile picture of the author NoviIM
    $2,000 is a pretty big expense, so if you have decided to spend that type of money for a coaching program, make sure you have done your research regarding students success and the guidance that is provided by the coaches.
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  • Profile picture of the author techiespider
    will pay 200-300,,,2000-3000 never(will rather buy gadgets)


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  • Profile picture of the author PhilippaWrites
    No. If I was earning enough that I could risk $2k, I wouldn't need whatever it was teaching. If I wasn't earning enough that I could risk $2k, then I wouldn't risk it.
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  • Profile picture of the author AlenGeorgeson
    It depends on you. If you are an action taker than go for it and make a ton of cash with it. If you think just because the course is 2k, it's not going to require hard work, you're wrong. So if you really go for it and believe in these people, then go for it. Otherwise STAY AWAY!

    Cheers
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  • Profile picture of the author nickdamodda
    Nope. I could use it for better things. All the courses are bs compiled ebooks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Curtis2011
    Originally Posted by jerzykaz View Post

    Hello Warrioreeps

    I wanted to ask if you would ever pay 2k-3k for your course? The course seems ultra legit,

    Thanks
    The most I've paid is $2700 for a course before.
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  • Profile picture of the author MichaelHiles
    Based solely upon my ongoing observation, the one course that 99% of all internet marketers need, but probably would never invest in would be a business fundamentals 101 course at their local jr. college.
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  • Profile picture of the author NetworkCorridor
    I am certain one way or the other you will pay. For example in the case of a expensive domain names with all if the trimmings. On its face it is a ridiculousness price to pay, I mean $10.000 for a domain name are you kidding..

    Now for the sake of time, of detailed explanations, ask your self how much will it cost you to go through the back door. A domain name worth 10 thousand dollars we understand has a lot of weight. How much would it cost you to obtain the same goal and and keep in mind the time it will take... Not only will you pass up on obvious sales opportunities in the mean time costing you countless dollars but your man hours are a great value also and the money you will spend to get to the same level.

    I would buy the domain name, as far as your software, if it holds the same weight I would go in the front door, save my self a lot of time, and money.

    The key however is the weight of the product.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tim_Carter
    In the IM world - NO FREAKIN WAY!

    You will be able to find the same info for free - mostly right on this forum.
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  • Profile picture of the author onegoodman
    I am not much of online course person, i like to get the info in person, however, I would never pay that much for online course.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gerald Arno
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    Originally Posted by jerzykaz View Post

    Hello Warrioreeps

    I wanted to ask if you would ever pay 2k-3k for your course? The course seems ultra legit,

    Thanks
    I'd pay this amount based on the value I receive. If a course is proven to work, and can make you $2000 a month, then it is worth a lot more than the $2000 you pay.

    It's all about how much you can make in return, never about how much you actually pay.
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  • Profile picture of the author weeharp
    Yes I would if the marketer would guarantee he would teach me until I knew how to duplicate the money making result over and over again. Via, skype, unlimited emails... I would have to be total one on one coaching for me... personally!
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  • Profile picture of the author Rich Lowe
    Hi,

    If it seemed a good fit for what I was doing and as long as it was backed by a money back guarantee, I would buy it. I would be more inclined to buy from someone who was less well known as well. I don't take testimonials seriously anymore.

    Many thanks.

    Rich
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  • Profile picture of the author Runner900
    JerzyKaz - short answer is yes I would, but a) I'd need to know and trust the content and b) the content must be ultra useful.
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  • If you are the kind of person that needs a personal coach to get things done and you have the money to spare then I say go for it.
    If you are strapped for cash and need to make money then I suggest you do some work yourself. There is so much information available here on the WF. Joining the War Room can give you great success with some of the products that are available for free there.
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  • Profile picture of the author iliana
    Absolutely not...and I am not sure how legit could such a course be.
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