He makes ads with catchy, bold promises to attract calls and then pressures the caller to pay in advance for a teacher THAT HE DOESN'T EVEN HAVE and then shops around to find a cheap ""instructor"", who will accept a tiny cut of the pay and Taylor Robinson takes the rest.
Hi-quality, experienced, skilled instructors know they should have NOTHING to do with scavenger online brokers like TR as well as takelessons, Elite Music Instruction and The Music Teachers Network.
You have much better odds of finding a great instructor if you avoid ANY salesmen, online or in a facility.
If you can't take the time to talk directly to teachers yourself instead of believing the sales tactics and gimmicks of a 3rd party who has nothing to contribute, then you are better off saving your money and not hiring anyone.
If a salesman refuses to allow you to talk to ""your"" instructor before you set up a time and pay or come into a facility, then you have found another scam and you should not walk away,,,RUN!