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Businiess name:  Institute of Reading Development
Review by:  John S.
Review content: 
I spent one season selling these programs and I can say with complete authority that they are garbage. Parents who call tend to be desperate so it's not difficult to talk them into buying. Another reviewer called us used car salesman and that is EXACTLY what we were. The very nature of scams is that they prey on the ignorant and/or helpless. Any parent calling in is already in one of or both of those camps. Some parents would talk and admit their shortcomings, some would get defensive and lie but in the end, you're still on the phone because you don't have a clue what to do and places like IRD are there to grab you by the ankles, turn you upside down and shake the money out of you. IRD is on its own. It is not affiliated with any of the schools or universities where it holds the classes and only when pressed would we ever admit that. Even then, you would still close the deal more often than not because once again...desperate, clueless parent. Avoid this place at all costs.

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