It appears that the Marco Kozlowski road show will be in Winnipeg this week. The http://www.yourpropertymillions.com/ site lists events January 6 -9, 2016. They will be at the Four Points by Sheraton Winnipeg South (Jan 6) , Fairmont Winnipeg 2 Lombard Place, Winnipeg (Jan 7), The “Canad Inns” Destination Centre Club Regent Casino Hotel, 1415 Regent Ave W, Winnipeg (Jan 8) and the Homewood Suites by Hilton Winnipeg Airport- Polo Park, 1295 Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg (Jan 9).
The sites http://www.passivewealthevent.ca/ , http://www.passiverealestateincome.ca/ , and http://uspropertysuccess.com/winndec/index.html?Id=4228 also promote these Winnipeg seminars.
These are being advertised in the Winnipeg Sun (Jan 3 and 4) and Metronews Winnipeg (Jan 4). (Here is a link to the Jan. 4 MetroNews ad. A different version of the ad appeared in the Dec. 21, 2015 edition of Metronews Winnipeg.
The print and web ads now use the corporate name “U.S. Property Success”, avoiding any mention of Marco Kozlowski or At Will Events / At Will Education. There are new testimonials in the ads, and new videos on the web page.
Anyone attending will want to read carefully the CBC news stories ( First – Nov. 24, 2015, Second – Nov. 25, 2015) from last fall. Subsequent to those stories more victims have been contacting various authorities across the country.
Anyone attending will want to keep in mind that the true intent of the “free seminar” is to promote attendance at a 3 day “training” for, typically, around $2,000 for two people. What is not disclosed is that the true intent of the 3 day event is to persuade you to sign up for programs costing 10,000 to $100,000 dollars.
This is very much the same promotion as is being done by a number of companies along the same lines as was done by Trump University. (see this Slate article: http://www.slate.com/articles/business/the_bills/2015/09/trump_university_how_donald_trump_s_for_profit_seminar_company_allegedly.single.html )
This blog linked below has a good discussion of how these type of seminars work. See this section:
“Most expensive real-estate products or services are variations of the classic ’advance-fee-loan scam'”