10:01pm on March 28th, 2011
kenny is tom's office manager and he was beyond rude. would not give me my money back on something he should have and when i asked him about a guarantee on one of his other products he would not explain it to me. he just kept saying refer to the website. so i called tom kish and and was just like kenny. very rude and unwilling to listen to one word. tom kish is a scam artist...if you know what's good for you stay away and spend it on something worth while.
11:27pm on February 22nd, 2011
I do research before I buy anything, especially when the price is in the thousands. i talked with
kish on facebook. I told him I was ready to sign up for his most expensive program. He had someone call me. I found out thomas kish is just an affiliate. He is working for a company in vegas. They told me he is one of there best affiliates. When you attempt to buy something from someone and they immediately drop the price, thats an eye opener for me. can't go to walmart and negotiate any price. I would stay clear of thomas kish
9:54pm on January 18th, 2011
I like to have several existing members that have gone completely through the program with good credit and those with bad credits--give us a true evaluation of the program.
Gary Location unknown
1:18pm on December 19th, 2010
Let's face the fact people if your already thinking about returning materials you buy before you even buy it then don't bother maybe learning a business is not for you. I have Tom's Ultimate Real Estate Investors Guide and used the information to buy properties and make money along with the Biz lines of credit it works, businesses have using it for decades. It takes a lot of work sometimes to reach your goals nothing is that easy. Read the information and apply it and stop whining about customer service and phone drama. Just do the work required to get it done, there's no magic pill but good info you can use.
Hope this helps.
greg wynn knoxville tennessee
11:53am on December 19th, 2010
I talked to Bj on the phone once and when I told him I just wanted to find out some info on this program and that I wasn't making a purchase at this time, he hung up on me. I spoke with thomas kish on one of his webinars. He is kind of rude but convincing. I feel this is a big risk and have considered time and time again about purchasing. i would be highly upset if I spend my hard earned savings and don't get anything in return.
11:19am on November 18th, 2010
I too have been scammed by Thomas Kish. I wish the Fed's would do something to keep him from scamming other people.
MAN in the Know II Las Vegas
8:50pm on October 2nd, 2010
Lets say that I tell you that I got some new client 6 million dollars in 3 days with no personal guarantee. Is that possible?
Actually it is, if the person who wants the six million happens to also own 6 Mcdonalds restaurants which of course you cant get a Mcdonalds franchise without posting up a million dollar cash bond per location. So we secure the 6 million against the 6 bonds. So Kish could say that he one time got a new client 6 million in three days with no guarantee. He's not lying but, its certainly not the rule, but the exception. That's what Kish does, he states the exception, in some cases, knowing full well that once clients get into the program they see the progress and before they know it, they don't care that the time frame was longer than expected.
As a man in the know, that it what he does, whether on purpose or not. That being said, in the end you will get credit.
1:47am on September 12th, 2010
Man in the Know--The problem is Kish specifically says his program works for people to get these lines in 2 to 4 months, EVEN if they have poor personal credit and no business even established yet (so even once established on paper obviously no revenue). He even states he teaches how to do this without requiring a creditworthy partner. Extremely unlikely.
Man in The know Las Vegas
10:39pm on September 10th, 2010
You complainers are crazy, I work for a competitor, Kish's credit program is excellent. You dreamers just think that with horrible credit, no revenue, no business, that banks are gonna stand in line to fund you. Why would they. The only thing that Kish is wrong about is time frame. Quit whining about not getting your 250k in 2-3 months, do the damn work, complete the program, then complain.
10:48am on August 31st, 2010
This is the first time I have EVER submitted feedback on a site, but I need to let all of you know that Tom Kish is a SCAM!!! His buddy BJ is helping him sell the done for you coaching that they outsource to the nevada corp., which they do not tell you that they do. Tom and his buddy charged $3170 and guaranteed you would not be charged a penny more and you would receive at least $50K in credit within 60 days. Within the first day NCH contacted me they attempted to "up sell" me on holding companies, other LLC's etc totaling $13,000+. I contacted BJ 2 days after I purchased and he acted surprised saying it was up to Tom to refund my money. They have been running from me ever since. Refusing to respond to my emails and phone calls.
7:42pm on August 4th, 2010
Lol. These post from skeptics are typical. I was very skeptical too. However, I do know someone who did the program and got $180k from Thomas Kish's program. He tried the do it yourself and naaa it really didn't give you the whole scenario on how to fill out the apps. So then he purchased the $1300 one in late 2009. Now he has checks from banks that total $185k. It works but you of course have to pay your trade bills on time and do what the coach tells you to do or else yeah it won't work. I guess he helps some ppl but I can't spk for those it didn't work for. I will say he's obviously not a scammer like some programs. Good luck.
12:03pm on May 14th, 2010
This program sounds fake to me, just by reading what you people have to say about this Thomas Kish. I found out about this man on twitter, and decided to do some research on him. Sounds to me like he is just another "DON LAPRE" 1-900 late night infomercial that doesn't work. I'm glad I investigated things before I made a mistake, and purchased this program. But still my search goes on to find loans to start a small ecommerce business. If anyone knows more than me about finding financing for this kind of business, post tweet the info to my twitter martianman71 thanks
Twistedone Las Vegas
3:33pm on April 22nd, 2010
Not all Credit Building Companies are Created Equal, get the facts and myths of Building Your Business Credit, and this is a reminder that NO Matter what at some point the Banks and Lenders are going to want a PG and Look at your Personal Credit History...
11:05pm on April 14th, 2010
I have had such a bad experience with these people. They are scammers of such despicable character I would never advocate dealing with them. They exhibit a supreme lack of character and integrity and are only interested in your initial expenditure (usually substantial) and show no integrity whatsoever once you purchase their program.
DON'T DO IT!! I'm taking them to court ASAP.
Jennifer Lewis CA
2:29pm on March 30th, 2010
Beware; they are a scam, will charge your card for free trial and will do ANYTHING and LIE to not accept your return
3:50pm on January 29th, 2010
I'm not sure I understand the negative comments.I spoke with BJ on the phone and asked about the home study course VS. a coach. He let me know that the home study course is a DIY course and the coach basically does everything for you. Since I'm new to business credit, I opted to take my chances with a coach. I am SO GLAD I DID! My coach was very nice and helped through the entire process. I would never have all the credit and money I have now if it weren't for this program. Sure, some of it was common sense, but most of it I had no idea about and now 3 months later, my profits are growing, I'm investing the credit to make more money and my personal financial situation looks better than ever. I truly credit it to Thomas Kish's program.
Thank you Thomas!
Tanner Las Vegas
1:59pm on October 27th, 2009
Tom Kish has been scamming people and banks for years. I am in Vegas and contacted them to get the contact list, because I know their "system" is BS but contacts are good to have. I offered to drop by their office and pick it up, rather than pay $20 for shipping across town. They have a virtual office, or should I say Ghost Office. CS said they don't keep product there, but they don't keep anything there except an address to keep a safe, Nevada LLC.
If you want to learn how to keep assets safe while scamming people and banks, you should send Tom an email and ask him to make a new system covering that.
The real system is no secret.
Three trade lines for 45 days, pay on time.
Then three higher limit trade lines for 45 days, pay on time.
Then Home Depot in house card for 30 days, pay on time.
Then convert to HD Mastercard, pay on time.
Then apply for micro loan.
Big Secret, huh?
Tod S. Las Vegas
12:45pm on August 31st, 2009
I had read all comments and I must say that I was taken for 2k plus after working with BJ (sales) who who not answer any of my questions and would default all questions to my credit coach. I found it odd that I would pay 2k plus for a PDF document that tells you what to say to banks when seeking a loan as well as an email of bank phone numbers and names of who to call which were out dated. I paid 2k for this! I also spoke to Tom Kish and he was very rude to me on the phone when I asked for my refund within the 30 day time frame. I have tried to reach him and there are only a few people you can reach direct. When I spoke to Tom Kish I managed to get his girlfriends cell phone through a little investigating and funny enough he picked up the phone. The customer service is terrible and I am still trying to collect my money to day.
R. Ball Location unknown
6:03pm on July 16th, 2009
This company is a complete ripoff! Do not give them your credit card number. They will continue to bill you for services!
Joe S. New Jersey
11:34am on July 13th, 2009
I must say the course gave me the idea to apply for unsecured business lines of credit but it doesn't really give you anything else. If you are reading this than you already know about unsecured business lines so I would say don't waste your money. This course gives you nothing but common sense. It talks about filling out the applications the correct way but doesn't tell you what that is. It doesn't go into really any detail at all. I kept waiting for the track that would release all the secrets but it isn't there. He just says wait for paper applications, which I never got, and apply for credit. That is it. Is this a secret? I don't know...maybe. I did apply for a line through BOA online, which he says is a no no but I wasn't getting paper apps so I had no choice, and I got accepted for 10K cash limit. He also says he'll show you the secret to getting the money out, which is cash advances. I mean come on this is common sense. Who doesn't know you can take out a cash advance? I thought there was a more innovative way...nope.