Crowdability

Crowdability is a scam and a bogus company

I was looking for some help with my investments and that is when I learned about Crowdability. It was completely accidental that I was directed to their website. I was watching a presentation online. The presentation said that there was a free gift for those who watched the presentation till the end.

So, I did watch the presentation to check what the gift was. At the endo of the presentation, I was given a link to click. The link got me to their website which was very alluring. The link gave me the access to the list of startups for investing and it was very brief. I could not make any notes and failed to understand the list. It never came back. So, I decided to check a little more about what their company was and how they helped people minimize the investment risks.

The website claims a lot of good things about how it has helped many to understand the basics of investing and has given them the right tools to continue making money through investments in startups and other options.

It was very enticing. I give that to these people. They have worked a lot to make their website luring. So, I joined their early stage playbook and paid for their platinum level plan. They offered me online course which was created by Matt and Wayne. At first, I felt that these guys are trying to keep it slow and basic so that everyone can make use of it. You never know if someone is completely new to investing.

So, I gave them the benefit of doubt. However, as the course progressed, I started getting irritated as there was nothing that they were providing for that cost. Everything they said was available on the internet for free. I was very disappointed in them. I had a huge expectation after paying around $500 that they would be giving me something to make my spending worthwhile.

However, it did not happen. The platforms knowledge and everything that they included in the course was pathetic. If I would have known that this is what they are offering, I would have never opted for this course.

The company’s list for investment was also nothing special. They provide no detailed information and you always stay in confusion. The course did not help me at all. So, I called the team and asked if I can get the refund back. And, I was shut out. These people are rude and very cunning. They will make you believe that they can get the world for you being open about the risks and their involvements in making those risks look small.

However, the truth is that these guys are no super heroes of investing. Either they know nothing or are not ready to share their knowledge with others. The course also provided a 60 minute angel investor option. It provided the screening list with course on how to assess and evaluate the companies for investment in an hour. How promising does that look? All these huge claims are just to make your head turn to them.

In reality, these people have nothing to share. Crowdability is a bogus company and is trying to play with our heads to make their way to the next level. Companies like Crowdability must be stopped from taking away people’s money. These guys are making fun of our naïve investment skills. Moreover, they are asking money from us thinking that we are too stupid and won’t know what are they up to.

It is not that I am an experienced investor. I am new to it too. Even though, I found the course useless. I have researched a lot about investing and have come across so much more knowledge which are not only crucial but helpful too. And all the information is free if you will dig a bit more into the internet. There are forums where you will find like minded investors sharing their valuable experience and journey with others without any thing in return.

When I emailed Crowdability for refund of my money, these guys made me wait for a month for the first reply. I kept reminding them and they never came up with a solution. I am not sure how these people have been able to make such huge progress and a place among people’s trust. Because, for me, these guys are nothing more than scammers.

Also, the course was very difficult to access. I was thrown out of my account many times while trying to login to the portal. And, they had to fix it every time. It took them more than 24 hours to take that request and then process it. All these things made the entire experience difficult and irritating.

Matt Milner has no idea that his skills are so limited to be showcased on such a huge platform where people depend on him for investing their savings. Talking about all the great things about how investing in startups can make a fortune may get you subscribers for your course, but ultimately, you will be losing trust.

After going through your course, it is impossible for people to write good things about it. All those great reviews must be fake.

If you want to save your time from investing on worthless courses online, you must keep distance from Crowdability. Their website may say a lot of things about how experienced and skilled they are, the truth is that these guys are nothing. All glitters are not gold and these people are the perfect example of it.

I am very upset that I trusted them. My money went to trash.

Is Crowdability legit?
Crowdability is not a legit business owner or provider. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance, and hence 9 consumer(s) was/were given a Crowdability as a negative rating, and only a few left positive feedbacks.
Where is Crowdability located?
Crowdability is headquarted at 205 Hudson St New York, NY 10013-1803. We do not have any affiliation with the better business bureau or yelp reviews platform. You can contact Crowdability by dialing +1(844) 562-7228 or visit their website www.crowdability.com/.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Crowdability’s customers?
According to the reviews posted by Crowdability’s customers, US $500 was the total loss incurred, and hence the severity of the scam is high.

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9 Reviews on Crowdability

  1. Useless, enticing promises but never revealing what they mean by their tediously long and blatant presentations.

    Whatever they present in a clandestine way is supposed to lure into another subscription which obviously is as worthless as the one before.
    The constant quoting of historic highflying stocks is annoying and not at all any recommendation for future investments.

Reviews:9
Reported Loss :500 $
Severity of Scam :High
Reported by : Anonymous
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