• Report: #116171
Complaint Review:

America's Real Estate Network - America's Car Network ; Both Companies Of Dean Graziano LLC.

  • Submitted: Thu, November 04, 2004
  • Updated: Thu, March 10, 2016

  • Reported By:Huntsville Alabama
America's Real Estate Network - America's Car Network ; Both Companies Of Dean Graziano LLC.
Phoenix, Arizona U.S.A.

America's Real Estate Network - America's Car Network - Both Companies Of Dean Graziano Sold defective product did not produce advertised results neither did Motor Millions purchased months earlier After investing three months and countless dollars product earned me zero dollars Phoenix Arizona

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After paying $2,000.00 for the Complete America's Real Estate Network Package. I worked hard for 90 days but earned zero, nada, not one thin peso. So I called the company up and told them I wanted my money back because the course failed to make me any money! This was two weeks ago on Friday October 22nd! He then proceeded to tell me that he would forward this message to his supervisor for approval but since it was Friday (AM)he couldn't get back to me before Monday at the earliest! (Stalling /Hold the customer off as long as you can tactic #1) I have called dozens of times in the past two weeks and I have been subjected to the following harassment tactics: the old wrong #, wrong dept. con job "No,No, call 1-800-865-3710 "; "No, No, call 1-800-284-4577"; "No,No, call 1-800-427-6026" every day for 2 weeks! (Con job tactic #2) By the way this company is living proof that you don't need A GUN to STEAL PEOPLE's MONEY, just a slick infomercial, a suit & tie, a web site and some paid actors to tell you how they made a ton of money overnight! The only money they made overnight was the money for lying about how much money you can make with this worthless product! They have constantly told me they (a) were doing me a favor just by talking to me (b)It has been authorized for return yet, (c)you know it is company policy to take from 7 to 21 days for refunds! And countless other excuses and lies, whatever they could invent! Also I discovered fraudulent Visa charges on my bill 5 days ago so because this company failed to refund my money I am now overdrawn $600.00 on my bank account! Stay away from these CON ARTISTS and DO NOT BUY anything from DEAN GRAZIANO LLC. or Americas Real Estate Network or Americas Auto Network They do not live up to their word or guarantee! BUYER BEWARE! Houston Huntsville, Alabama

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