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I've never heard of them (which doesn't mean much!). A quick google didn't turn up anything specific about them. No one has reviewed there here:

They also don't show up on charitynavigator (many 501c groups do).

Apparently they are registered with the IRS and donations are deductible.

It might not hurt to check out a seminar. But if at any time they ask you to buy something, leave (and report them to the IRS). In trying to check these guys out I found stories of other college planning entities offering "a special price" for coaching services (payable that day or the price goes away).
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