Sun, January 05, 2003
I actually called that very company about a year ago, however, it was to show a few friends that if it sounds too good to be true it usually is. I spoke in great detail on the phone with the young salesman that if I didn't have red flags flying from the time my friend asked me about the program I may have fell for it. But I knew better, these people are sales people plain and simple and don't care. And also the people that think they can just start a business after one week of looking through a book should know they wouldn't be able to honestly offer a valid qualified service to the doctors they were going to attempt to work for. So basically they would be frauding the companies for which they offered their so called "professional services" to. Nothing in life is easy if you want to do this it is feasible, go to school at Brymans or a similar vocational school near you, work for a while in a real doctors environment learn the ropes then go off on your own and you will be more then ready to offer a good sound service. Good luck.