- Report: #766925
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Complaint Review: John D. Ames
John D. AmesInternet United States of America
John D. Ames Short Sale 2 Yourself Riped Off My Money Internet, Internet
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: The Client was less than honest from day one
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John D. Ames the owner of Shortsale2yourself works with Dwayne Omarr also located in California.
Claims they can overturn an eviction from the bank once you have received an eviction notice and are required to move for the fee of $599 paid upfront (of course.)
Once you have paid then they become difficult to reach ** phone and email.
So, I sent a non-preformance email demanding my money back and low and behold John Ames was then able to return my email.
He called me a liar and in an extremely abusive manner told me that it was all my fault that they could not do what he said he could do because I was no longer living at the property.
Gee I was evicted (go figure)
Then he stated he would refund my money and as you might quess after 2 weeks still hasn't.
John D. Ames of Shortsale2yourself.com and his buddy Dwayne Omarr make all kinds of claims of what they can do to help homeowners but the end result is not only did they not preform they took my money, did not return calls were abusive and pocketed the money.
Run from John D. Ames owner of Short Sale 2 Yourself before you victimized and out more money.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/18/2011 05:12 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/John-D-Ames/internet/John-D-Ames-Short-Sale-2-Yourself-Riped-Off-My-Money-Internet-Internet-766925. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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