From an expose of John Beck's Real Estate Program by INSIDE EDITION

INSIDE EDITION's Senior Investigative Correspondent Matt Meagher went to Oklahoma where every house featured in the Beck infomercial is located. There, with just a little digging, Meagher discovered, how Beck misleads viewers about the homes featured in the infomercial.

On his infomercial Beck boasts about how a big two story home was purchased at a tax foreclosure sale for only $521.56. However, INSIDE EDITION learned that it actually cost three times as much, which would still be an amazing deal. But what Beck didn't show is what the home really looked like when it was purchased. It was completely dilapidated and took ten years and more than $100,000 for the current owner to make it look as good as it did in the infomercial.

The current homeowner tells INSIDE EDITION the house was "pretty much uninhabitable" when he purchased it.

Butch Freeman has been treasurer of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma for 16 years. He says he has never seen homes that look like the ones in the infomercial ever sell for pennies on the dollar as Beck claims.

Freeman says that not one of the homes featured in the infomercial has sold for the price John Beck has quoted them at.

This should tell you to stay away from John Beck's "course". Don't be scammed by infomercial "gurus". If you want to learn real estate investing, learn from professional investors whose course has an "A" rating at the Better Business Bureau, and whose success rate is documented very high - "The Simple Man's Guide to Real Estate."