$997.00 USD paid to XX XXXXX, CEO of Prolympian Coaching, AKA Prolympian International Inc. for a one year membership into a referral directory for PTSD Coaching.I made this purchase based on the company’s public promises that:1.This was payment in full for a one-year membership, which includes (among other things)a.An online directory listingb.specialty training ($30,000 value) to receive certification in their protocolc.marketing package to help build/expand my businessd.constant and reliable income2.they had a military contract in place with 82,000 families that needed my services as a coach;3.I would be given referrals to serve the clients in that contract starting August 1, 2016;4.I would be paid $100.00 USD for each client session, serving a minimum of 9 clients per week; andBreach of Contract/Fraud1.Membership to Directory Promising Client Referrals:a.Prolympian has disabled the original website hosting my directory listing and is no longer honoring the annual directory fee I paid as the only cost for being able to receive referral clients.b.Adequate training was not provided for the depth of work expected.c.Marketing packages were error ridden, inaccurate and were full of false claims.d.NO INCOME was generated because there were ZERO clients.2.There was NEVER a military contract in place with the 82,000 families needing PTSD Coaching services as promised.3.ZERO referrals were given and the alleged start date is continuously pushed back so that clients can be found.4.I was paid ZERO dollars for client sessions because it was a LIE. NO CONTRACT = NO CLIENTS.Prolympian International (formerly known as Prolympian Coaching) has used the Indiana charity, Military with PTSD Inc, as a means to get coaches to sign up and pay $997 to become coaches. She used their story as a way to deceive people into thinking Prolympian had a signed contract with the organization for 82,000 military families (later increased to more than 150,000). The story was used by Karen Sabourin without permission or knowledge of this charity.There was NEVER a contract, despite claims that coaches would be supplied with military veterans and family members as clients for the coaches. These clients would then pay the coaches for their services thus enabling them to earn money. NEVER was there a contract. IT WAS ALWAYS A SCAM to get coaches to pay money, which she collected MILLIONS from.The technique we were taught and expected to base our client sessions on was STOLEN from XXXX XXXXXXXXX who has a patent pending on the intervention taught by Prolympian. XXXXs patent pending is on a technique called Soul Link. Karen Sabourin has relabeled it as ‘neurokinesis’.