Premier Financial Alliance or PFA is an MLM company. Their game starts when you show interest in their recruitment process. They bring in higher management to teach you life lessons and become a millionaire.
People like Jack Wu run the show and allure people in paying their entrance fee, which is $135.
Like every other MLM scheme, they show you pictures of expensive cars with them and the trips they have taken and, at last, will say that you can achieve all that too. This is how they attract people to pay.
They do not say anything about how this is possible. But, they ask you for the entrance fee before making any remarks or giving you the training for becoming a millionaire.
They even declare themselves as competitive and genuine as Amway and other companies. In short, they are nothing more than just smoke and mirrors. And, this fee is not refundable.
When I attended their seminar, I understood what they were selling. They were good at selling expensive dreams, but that was it. My friends joined their program only to realize that they had wasted their money.
But, as they did not have a refund policy, they never recovered their money. None of the products that this company sells is ever underwritten by them. However, other companies are supported, only the sales partner.
You can buy these products directly from the company itself instead of wasting your money with marketing companies like PFA. If you check the cost, you will know the difference in the price you are paying for the product available at cheaper rates from anywhere else.
The bigger question is, they are only sales representatives and not advisors. They do not have the license to do so. And, if they are advising you, it means they are going against the law, and you can report them to the finance authority.
I have posted this report because these guys scammed my friends and are already scamming many others for joining their unreasonable and fake plans. I want everyone to know what company this is.
If you think that they will make you rich, you are mistaken. They will take away whatever you have. Have you seen entrepreneurs asking to sell their products?
Do any giant companies with great entrepreneurs ask you to pay them for something you have not used? Or, do they lie to you and pretend to be something else when they are not? These all concerns raise big questions against PFA.
There is no way you would ever know what they are up to until you are stuck.
After only you pay them, they ever tell you their mantra for becoming a millionaire, but by then, it is too late to go back.
Hence, do not let this company utilize your money for their profit. You would only be at a loss. They are never going to make you rich. Only they earn and become rich.