The sales patter was very good, and initially I was even a little intrigued. However it then became clear that what I was being asked to do was give away my skills and time for absolutely nothing, whilst this company took all of the income for doing virtually nothing. I might have understood if the income was divided between teacher and the company but as it is, it’s complete exploitation. To make it worse, they tried to put pressure on me to sign up quickly. There are far better ways for teaching musicians to find new students. It’s another example of people trying to put all the professional risk on the musicians, whilst they reserve the rewards for themselves. As freelancers, we’re easy targets, and must be extra careful not to fall for this kind of nonsense.