By Whitney Clark/KTVL.com MEDFORD, Ore. — You may have heard the ad on the radio — a man says he can teach you how to make a lot of money, without spending any of your own.That man is the star of the show Flip This House on AE — Than Merrill. In the radio spot he says he and his team are looking for a handful of people in the Medford area who want to consistently make a lot of money in your spare time. The ad sounded too good to be true, kind of like a scam. News10 decided to check it out, calling the 800-number given in the ad.The lady who answered said the two hour seminar at the Rogue Valley Country Club in June was completely free. The only catch — at the end of the workshop you have the option to spend more money for other programs. She made it very clear the decision to spend more money was completely up to the customer. The workshop is run by a company called FortuneBuilders Inc. out of San Diego. It has it’s own YouTube channel with dozens of videos showing satisfied customers who have made money flipping houses.It turns out the business is accredited with the Better Business Bureau, getting an A for service. The company has had 14 complaints in the last three years, however the bureau says they have all been taken care of.Rachel Newman, with the BBB office in San Diego, says that is a small number for a large company with more than 50 customers. She says the companymeets all of their standards, and most of the complaints had to to with billing issues and customer service.As with every company, Newman says people should be cautious when paying for services.Peter Jonnes, the director of communications for FortuneBuilders, says there are there are always people that are skeptical of the company. He says it is a real estate education company, and the free 2-hour seminars are an introduction to real estate. The people that go then have the option to pay nearly $200 for a three day event that goes into more detail, Jonnes said.