Go ahead and try to locate a source for someone named Dahl Downing and something called Cash-Flow Strategies. Google Search results gave me absolutely nothing. There is nothing morally or legally objectionable about squeezing every last cent of wealth enhancement into an IRA. I also do not object to flipping income-producing properties or participating in tax deed auctions provided the players involved know what they're doing. I just cannot understand doing these things without referencing a credentialed expert source or appropriate legal guidelines. It takes a lot more than having an "invested IQ" to pull these things off. It also takes more than a couple of slap-dash Web portals that warrant a Google warning about hackers.
Background homework on the stars of Flipping Vegas is just as entertaining as one could imagine. Perhaps a computer algorithm or a paid gaggle of trolls have published a large number of negative comments all over the Web. Anything is possible. It is also possible that a lot of consumers with real complaints just need to vent their opinions. Contracting out a presentation to pitch an abundance of education probably won't help matters.
There are better ways to spend time than chasing wild rabbits into dark holes. I elected not to waste one of my weekend mornings listening to slick seminars on real estate. I did not need to find out whether cash flow or futures were also on the agenda once I saw a whole bunch of shabbily dressed people milling about a hotel lobby waiting to register. I really am better off on my own, thank you very much.