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  • Honolulu Aunty April 17, 2013, 5:50 pm

    Aloha Joe,

    I can’t believe that they are still around! I agree 100% with you that this program with their “algorithms” of complexity is a sham and people are better off plopping the $3000 (is it still $3000) onto their principal rather than waste it on a program that smells like a sleeze ball.

    I am glad that I was able to get out of it, albeit a lot of wasted communications with the company. The Utah Better Business Bureau is the way to go – but make sure you format your situation on a word doc first and edit before cutting and pasting.

    Keep on keeping on Joe. You’re the best!

    With aloha and mahalo,

    Aunty Sally

  • Joe April 17, 2013, 7:17 pm

    No, Aunty, now they wont say. It’s some percent of your savings with a maximum $3500. It’s still a scam, and the people selling it, innumerate.

  • Joe January 5, 2017, 1:19 am

    You obviously don’t know much about this program nor have you tried it for yourself. Obviously whoever tried this that you spoke to didn’t use it correctly. Just like anything else stocks, annuities, IUL, etc. If you opt out early or don’t follow the plan those will not work for you just like the worth account. So please stop making unfounded and 0 experience remarks. People don’t have anything bad to say about it because those who use it correctly benefit from it. Many people have used it with much success.

  • Joe January 5, 2017, 5:53 am

    You are welcome to read the 66 page PDF linked from this article, and address whatever facts I got wrong. Thank you for visiting and providing your feedback.

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