I'll come back to the rate in another post. Without a comparison rate it's baiting - simple a that.
Suggesting there's a limit of 1000 clients is deception. Proving a fake countdown is deception. Suggesting you're a finance company by throwing around 'ASIC qualified advisers' is an offence. Suggesting I have been 'accepted' to receive free help is deception. Proving a quantitative savings figure when the information I provided clearly didn't qualify me for anything is deception (and an offence). Throwing around the 1.59% rate when there's no way my provided values would qualify me for anything close to that is deception. Baiting me into a 'quiz' when it doesn't do anything or return results is deception. Not calling me back because your evaluation of my numbers is professionally negligent.
FFS, don't pay these industry boneheads anything for a horrendously poor experience when you have the capacity to introduce an amazing higher-performing program into your business for a fraction of the cost.