Have you seen house-flipping shows on television and thought it's something you might want to try?  The Better Business Bureau is advising caution when signing up for seminars using well-recognized names to endorse the product.  Some consumers have filed complaints with the agency saying they didn't get what they paid for.

BBB Investigator Bill Smith tells The Big Z most complaints to the Better Business Bureau are from customers claiming they felt the business mislead them about the potential value of its programs.

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These programs can cost several thousands of dollars.  Smith says before paying anything, know what you are getting for your money, and pay by credit card if possible in case you need to challenge the charge.

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