Complaint: If you are Veteran or currently serve in the Military, you are reading this and have been warned! Beware, there are people that prey on you because you served. They will scam you, they will abuse you, and they will take advantage and you will not even realize until itu2019s too late. By most peoples standard you can call bogus and misleading claims a form of scam. You need to be aware of a man named Andrew Ou2019Brien who setup a group and website called Vetpreneur Tribe. vetpreneurtribe.com Vetpreneur Tribe1033 La Posada Dr300Austin, TX 78752 Why you need to be warned: Andrew Ou2019Brien makes false and misleading claims about his experience and track record. His goal is to get you into joining his coaching program. This coaching group is where you have to pay hundreds or thousands of dollars to join his Warriors Council, a so called mastermind for Veteran entreprenurs. He claims his expertise and training will help you start a business making hundreds of thousands and millions of dollars. Andrew O’Brien also makes claims to have setup a University within Vetrepreneur Tribe. Andrew O’Brien a high school drop out. He vever obtained a degree. Has no professional certifications. But he did pop pills and abuse acohol. An article publish in LAWeekly states “On Nov. 22

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Address: 2010

Website: the day he heard the statistics from the Department of Veterans Affairs: 22

Phone: he swallowed four bottles of pills. “” -“”He scrawls his name for them into copies of the 32-page book he has written