November 25, 2015
CBC News now has a second story on Marco Kozlowski and his “At Will Events” real estate investing seminars.
The headline is “Marco Kozlowski’s promise of 100% financing not kept, former students say”, and “Kozlowski says financing no longer offered, claims program so successful, funding reserves depleted”
Here is the link: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/marco-kozlowski-s-promise-of-100-financing-not-kept-former-students-say-1.3335818
The promise of no credit check funding for purchases in the U.S.A. has been a central feature of the dozens of the free seminars given across Canada. The “Mystery-multimillionaire” has, apparently, run out of money.
From the story:
“He said his program has been so successful that “our funding reserves were depleted more quickly than anyone expected,” and wrote: “For a short time a limited number of students were unable to access in-house funding to help complete their real estate transactions.”
Details on the “fund” or the transactions are not disclosed. How many deals? Where? When? To whom? By whom?
There is a pattern here. When questions are raised about some aspect of the program, the response is a “whoops” or excuse.
So let’s go back to the beginning then. Was Marco ever a classical pianist that “toured across Canada after winning a few music competitions.” Did his first wife win a Juno award? Did they run “a chain of successful music schools throughout our 20’s“?
And what about the “…wide variety of successful companies. From holistic centers and Cancer research facilities, to private business consulting, to recording companies – Marco’s methodology has proven results.“