Good free content - poor "programs" and support on paid prog 28 May 2013 Reviewer: Fellow Traveler from New York
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I concur with the first reviewer - there is some really good free content, and then the soliciting begins and promises incredible support and results for their paid programs. Not so. Extremely poor support once you've purchased a program, and they have a kind of cult mentality in my opinion - they post people praising them to the roof, and won't even acknowledge the problems which are many.
The other reviewer is right - the paid programs amount to little if anything more that what is available for free. Once you've paid, they provide no information on how to access program or conflicting messages - still no program - contacting them does get a response and finally instructions on how to proceed, but with an attitude and no acknowledgement of the built in technical problems (which have happened to me repeatedly). I think Jacki Wicks is on a mission to try to provide nutritional solutions to people, and you have to really respect her for that, but in my opinion she's lost her way when it comes to selling programs that are misrepresented and, on top of that, that their organization is not prepared to support through proper representation and technical capabilities.
In summary, I would not recommend Peer Trainer to a friend.