How Would You Deal With This Issue?

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Ever since I joined many groups on FB related to Consulting & Coaching — I have noticed the following trend.


- I was hardly earning enough to pay my bills but today I am earning 7-figure income per month

- The clients I worked with were earning $2000 per month but today are earning $17,000 per month

- My students have made in total over $XX Million USD over the past X years.

- I have worked with brands and doubled, tripled or even increased their revenue 7 times over.

- 16-year old with zero business experience telling me — I have been dealing with only high-ticket clients and helping them double their income


The problem is — in today’s day and age where creating a website, putting in fancy words, exchanging some recommendations between friends & advertising yourself online is as simple as 1–2–3 — anyone and everyone can do it. And once you find out that they are practicing the “fake-it-till-you-make-it” policy, you respectfully thank them for their time and move on. So there you do not have a problem.


Keep quiet?

Ignore it?

Mind your own business?

Or do you caution others?

In fact, the funny thing is — when you ask these people to prove their claims (I helped my clients from generating $2,000 to $17,000 a month OR me and my students made $40 million) — they will tell you that this is confidential information or that results may vary.

So what do you generally do with such individuals?


But then I was asked — why wasn’t I warned the others or informing the moderators or admin of the group? And my response was — I didn’t have hardcore evidence to prove my stance and that I wasn’t interested in being the vigilante to save mankind — as I myself had enough on my plate.

So what do you think should be done?

What would you do in this regard?

What is your opinion with regards to such individuals who make such tall claims?

Being a member of this group, I would be very interested to know your answers as even I seek to add value to the community.

Loy Machedo

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