The new Educogym franchise that is being touted by [Tony Quinn] is the latest in the rip off of the membership. Some approximately 30 gyms are now open – none of which are making money. They are in fact being subsidised by the members. The franchise fee structure, the capital cost and the training costs for the person setting up and all the staff are of course, based around attendance of the Educo seminars.
• First you must attend an Educo seminar to be “eligible’ to apply for a franchise
• Each person who wants a franchise must pay €25,000 for it
•Buy a super machine designed by him at another €25,000
• Attend another course in the Bahamas for the Educogym training at an additional €10,000 per person plus all travel and accommodation costs – another €3 to 4,000.
• Then each person who works in the Educogym must attend the Educo seminar at another €18,500 plus attend the Educogym training an additional €10,000 per person.
So the EDUCO line [Tony Quinn’s] pockets amount per gym opening is €120,000 based on two trainers and up to €200,000 ++ depending on the amount of trainers!!! You will be encouraged to attend again and again as we have seen – because you didn’t get it the first time.
If you are an owner of the gym it will be “essential” for success that you attend a minimum of one “Mind Master Seminar” at a cool €64,000 – so that you have the right “mindset” to run this complicated franchise. Now the latest plan have “super” Educo gyms where in addition to franchise costs of setting up, buying his “super” machine and paying him a royalty for each person that comes through the door he is taking a one third of the business.The catch of course is that “he invests,” yes you got it NOTHING. The franchise owner takes the risk of getting the premises, having them refurbished to the “educogym standard” and pays all the overheads.There is not one serious experienced business person who has looked at this plan who says the numbers stack up. How could they?
Morris features in this 2011 advert for the first London EducoGym which was based in Harley Street.
Morris appears with Jagir Singh/Shah who would go on to be the proprietor of two further London based EducoGyms.
In 2009 reports appeared in the Press of Human Trafficking practices used against those who were sent on the mandatory EducoGym training which was held my Malignant Narcissist “Dr” Tony Quinn.
Also in 2009 the Clerical Whispers website, which usually reports on abuses within the Catholic Church, reported that attendees of the mandatory EducoGym training were coerced into signing employment agreements for fear of being evicted whilst in the Bahamas.
Morris’ Harley Street EducoGym base was used by other members of the EDUCO Cult to coordinate operations here in the UK.
In 2010 a commenter on the Dialogue Ireland website, a charity in Ireland responsible for educating the public on the dangers of Cults and who have tracked “Dr” Tony Quinn and the EDUCO Cult since the 1990s, suggested Morris could be made responsible for the UK operations of the Cult:
The comment mentions Tikki Chambers. It is also suggested that Manj Weerasekera (spelt Mang) and Babu Shah could be her assistants.