Peter Szabo a Scam
The answer to that question is subjective, and of course, depends very much on your definition of "scam". Personally, being "scammed" is about being taken advantage of, and involves a breach of my trust.

Today, social media is awash with online courses, that all promise amazing results if you simply follow their recipe for success, but the truth is that the vast majority of these courses offer no real value and have very little proper content, they are in reality nothing more than somebody else's regurgitated materials, that's been repackaged and then supported by a video that's compiled using either very clever editing or an array of rented models and predictable props.

They cynically downplay the work, the patience, and skills required to attain the results that they so brazenly portray as being able to change your life for the better.

When it comes to deciding whether or not a seller of online courses is a scam, there's a fairly easy criteria you can use to judge and it includes
  • Do you respect the teacher?
  • Does the teacher have a track record of excellence?
  • Verifiable testimonials
  • Customer service?
  • Value verses Price

So with that in mind, let's consider how Peter Szabo stacks up against this criteria, and then you can decide is Peter Szabo scam.

Do you respect the teacher?

Peter Szabo, is a world-renowned and highly respected advertising guru, entrepreneur, and investor who, by the age of 18, had already created a highly successful digital marketing agency and was responsible for millions of dollars in social media advertising spend.

Does the teacher have a track record of excellence?

Today aged just 22, Peter continues to dominate the world of social media advertising and is responsible for creating the largest Facebook advertising agency in Central and Eastern Europe, that works with numerous global brands and senior business figures.

Over the last decade, has helped 300+ businesses generate tens of millions of dollars online and over 2000+ everyday people build a life they love by rewriting their past and upgrading their "self-image".

Verifiable Testimonials

A quick visit to or any of the various social media platforms and you'll find an impressive number of highly credible testimonials and success stories.

When it comes to a Peter Szabo course, it's simply not a case of joining a course, it's about surrounding yourself with some of the highest caliber of people you'll every likely to meet and becoming part of a community intent on personal development and success.

Customer service

Unlike many other courses that abandon you once you've signed up and paid your money. Peter and his team are there to offer all students continuous and on-going support; in fact, Peter routinely interacts with his FB group and attends the Q&A calls biweekly unless his travel schedule overlaps.

Value verses Price

Like so many things in life, the definition of Price verses Value is very much subjective, some people are quite happy to pay several hundred dollars and get nothing in return except lots of get rich quick schemes and pictures of so-called 'gurus' stood next to rented private jets and fast cars. Whereas others (me included) would prefer to pay more and get something in return that has amazing value and can deliver a direction that has real impact.

So is Peter Szabo a scam?

It would be virtually impossible to suggest that Peter Szabo is in there with the rest of the get rich quick scam artists that stalk the pages of social media. Unlike them, Peter Szabo is a man who means business, this is not someone who works out of his mum's spare bedroom repackaging and reselling other peoples ideas like so many others do in this sector. This is a man who as actually achieved something in life, built a credible global business, and has helped thousands of people achieve a life they love along the way.

But then if you're the sort of person that feels comfortable paying money for somebody's idea that is no more than the most basic of common sense, that's been repackaged and resold by numerous people, then perhaps your idea of a scam is completely different to mine?