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4 years ago

I signed up and paid a significant amount of money to be certified as an coach with Khama Anku. Unfortunately, she is a scammer, she takes your money, and then does not deliver. There were about 20 of us who signed up to be coaches in her program (and she was enrolling more people afterwards even when she didn't have clients for us). We were promised clients within 90 days but none of the other coaches I know of ever got a client.

We paid for training – which was only partly delivered. We were then charged for a monthly business fee for services that were not delivered either. There was meant to be a new website and lots of promo materials.

When contacted about issues, Khama either ignored emails or responded very aggressively. Khama pretends to be a spiritual person, but the way she has treated me and other people who signed up for her program, shows that she is dishonest and unethical. I would not recommend her to anyone and you should be wary of getting involved with her as you will only waste your time and money.

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