National Collegiate Scouting Association

National Collegiate Scouting Association Review

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Published: 21 July 2019

Posted by: Anonymously

NCSA has very good salesmen that call and pitch the deal of a lifetime to you and your child giving them false hopes and dreams that they are going to help you get recrutied for whatever sport you want at whatever college you want by promoting your child with college coaches. They don’t actually do that for you. All they do is charge you a huge fee for their services and their services don’t amount to anything other than a few instructional videos on how to be recruited. You can find the same information on Youtube for FREE. After we signed up we never heard from them again. All we got was an occasional email suggesting my son watch another recruiting video. I did my research right off the bat and tried to mail the cancelation letter within the 3 day time frame but they say they never got it. I tried to cancel through my bank, they were able to get another paymewnt on an expired card. I tried to cancel by phone. My call was never returned. Apparently you can’t cancel EVER and if you do manage to get the contract canceled, they still make you pay them for what ever amount you signed up for. There is apparently no way to get out of the trap these people place you in. I have filed a report to the Better Business Bureau and I’m in the process of alerting the schools in our area to quit hosting them into their schools. They are a scam company thriving on small town kids who don’t get the exposure they need or deisre. NCSA promises many things but follows through on none of them. I also checked with 4 of my son’s college choices and they all 4 said they have never and will never use NCSA for college recruiting. According to NCSA every college int he nation uses them. Don’t fall for it! It’s a lie! .

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