Brainetics scam is rising through in search engines. This might be the rising doubt about this educational program package created by Mike Byster. Conceptualized last year, Brainetics is an educational program package consisting of DVDs, educational playing cards and a work book that guarantees learners could do better in mathematics, spelling and other subjects. The full program costs $99.
Like all the infomercials you see on TV, the Brainetics assures "too good to be true" promises. Although it has testimonials from parents and kids who are exposed to the Brainetics system, it is quite unbelievable that the grades of a child undergoing this program has gone from "C" to an "A" by just doing Brainetics for 20 minutes each day. What do you think? Is Brainetics really a scam or will it deliver what it offers?