This company is all about profits. My daughter clicked on their contract thinking she could make a decision in 30 days stated. At the end of the 30 days she told them she couldn't go. They told her she owed $600 for clicking on the contract even though she never sent the initial $300 to confirm commitment. They also told her that if she didn't pay she would be breaking NCAA rules and regulations. I contacted them and they sent me by laws she would be breaking. We confirmed with the Compliance Office at her university that it was untrue and this company lied. This is a warning to all parents. This is a shady company and the staff gives incorrect information. Threatens people who don't follow through. Not a business student athletes should deal with.
The invitation my daughter received to play in Holland sounded really exciting. The organization was big no promises, but short on fulfillment. Instead of playing against teams from 6 or 7 different countries, they played a team from Kansas, and a local team from Amsterdam that didn't even seem to know what was going on. Really disappointing, especially after my daughter raised close to 5 grand for the trip. Be careful of their accounting. They have some fees that pop up and the explanation for the fees is really weak, especially the "convenience" fee when you send them a donation. The good part of the trip was the touring that they did. My daughter met some really nice ladies from across the country but was really looking forward to playing some high level competition. The lack of current "testimonies" on their web site should have been a big clue. Save your money and reduce the stress and pass on the invitation should you receive one.
Review from Guidestar