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Carlton Sheets Scam Review
(aka Carleton Sheets)


Accurate Review of the Carlton Sheets offer
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Carlton Sheets is the earliest "infomercial guru", going back over 3 decades. Originally an industrial salesman, Carlton put his sales experience to work pimping his "No Down Payment" real estate course on late-night TV. Over the last 30+ years the name has changed, with few changes to the actual course. It has simply become more "modern" and sophisticated, to appeal to today's more sophisticated audience.

We will give Carlton Sheets credit for a few things. Though his course is pretty basic, it is relatively sound, and covers more than one strategy. However, the materials are not detailed enough for the average "newbie" to start investing, so Carlton offers coaching, of course. And the coaching is very expensive. You can be out thousands before its over - and in all likelihood you still will not become wealthy.

While the company that markets his course (American Marketing Systems Inc.) has a "B" rating (up from an "F") at the Better Business Bureau, they do still get hundreds of complaints, which speaks volumes. Every company gets unhappy customers, but most legitimate businesses will resolve issues before they ever get to the BBB. On the other hand, Carlton Sheets' coaching company (Legacy Learning) has an A+ rating, and that is certainly worthy of mention. It does not, however, mean that the coaching is effective, nor does it mean it is worth the high cost. The majority of complaints about Carlton Sheets revolve around poor quality of coaching.

Whereas the Carlton Sheets course, though basic, is based on reasonably sound principles, we would not call it a scam - but it comes close. But there is something to be said for an infomercial guru who has lasted this long without suffering the fate of other hucksters who fell from grace when the long arm of the law caught up to them for scamming.

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