Everyone knows that the latest scam reviews internet is full of get rich quick schemes and people who over sell and under deliver. I want to find out whether or not Jamie McIntyre is a scam or if he is legitimately helping everyday Australians achieve their goals. After doing some research on the internet it became clear that opinions were divided – Lots of people highly recommended his products whilst others warned of ‘falling’ for the Jamie McIntyre scam.
Unfortunately the financial industry has a history of spruikers and unethical people who have run investment scams and taken advantage of everyday people. After reading many Jamie McIntyre reviews I began to notice that there was a pattern emerging. The people that were recommending his products had all watched his free investment DVD whilst the people who were saying “beware of the Jamie McIntyre scam” hadn’t even taken the time to listen to his investment strategies and suggestions.
I realized that in order to make my mind up I need to see his information first hand, so I ordered myself a copy of his free investment DVD ‘What I didn’t learn at school but wish I had’. While I was waiting for the DVD to arrive I started reading Jamie’s E-book that he offers as a free download rather than the R.R.P of $34.95. Now at first I was a little bit skeptical because I hate it when people say a product is worth something but ‘we will give it to you for free’. Instantly the alarm bells go off, maybe I should be wary of this Jamie McIntyre scam.
But to my great surprise I went into an Angus & Robertson book store and there it was on the shelf for $34.95. My mind was starting to change again; maybe this isn’t an investment scam after all.After watching Jamie McIntyre’s free DVD I will admit that I was greatly surprised by the information that I learnt. He covered many different investment strategies including the stock market and property Investing.
The best thing about his DVD was that it was presented in an easy to understand way. One of the main strategies that he covers is selling ‘covered calls’ but he describes it as ”renting shares’. I have been aware of the ‘covered calls’ strategy for a number of years but I have never heard it described in such an easy to follow way. You really do rent your shares out just like you would rent a property out. The DVD seemed to be filled to good & logical investment advice, strangely the Jamie McIntyre scam was nowhere to be seen.