Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Voyage Media/ Nat Mundel



Jan. 3, 2014: I subscribe to Voyage Media and Nat Mundel emails me.  This subscription was probably around 2012.  Yeah, it’s long, so it’s totally fine if you skim through all of Nat’s email and go straight to my opinion that’s in bold.



Me: I then sent an email telling him how I have two blogs and I have been trying to get The Vertex Fighter produced for the last 5 years.




Me: So basically, this guy was selling this private coaching group session.  He is making money off me.  I know it’s not a scam, but I’m not willing to spend money on this.  After I read this, it doesn’t ignite my passion to get my script produced.

Jul. 11, 2018: I just got an email from him and he said I didn't have permission to repost it on my blog and to remove it. So I did.

I will keep my comments and the blog readers comments on this:








4 comments:

  1. Learn what a scam is. This heavy marketing that you didn't ask for has alarms all over it. Easy payments! Of ONLY hundreds of dollars - EACH MONTH.
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  2. Run away from them...actually a movie is produced based on a bestseller, not a recently written one or by an author nobody knows about. Scam is written all over it.
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  3. I actually paid these people for a pilot that I had. I paid for an initial consultation that cost me 600.00. What I got - I had a phone consultaton with Nat and had the opportunity to pitch my pilot to a producer. It was all good until Nat started to tell me if I wanted to blah blah blah blah it was going to cost me $$$$$$$, which of course I said thank you and I'll think about it (in my head I was like are you F*CKING kidding me). That was the end of me and them. I would not recommend going through the process. Too expensive for struggling writers.
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4 comments:

  1. Learn what a scam is. This heavy marketing that you didn't ask for has alarms all over it. Easy payments! Of ONLY hundreds of dollars - EACH MONTH.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Run away from them...actually a movie is produced based on a bestseller, not a recently written one or by an author nobody knows about. Scam is written all over it.

    ReplyDelete
  3. I actually paid these people for a pilot that I had. I paid for an initial consultation that cost me 600.00. What I got - I had a phone consultaton with Nat and had the opportunity to pitch my pilot to a producer. It was all good until Nat started to tell me if I wanted to blah blah blah blah it was going to cost me $$$$$$$, which of course I said thank you and I'll think about it (in my head I was like are you F*CKING kidding me). That was the end of me and them. I would not recommend going through the process. Too expensive for struggling writers.

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