Report: #1372897

Complaint Review: Rules of Renovation

  • Submitted: Fri, May 12, 2017
  • Updated: Fri, May 12, 2017
  • Reported By: scubadoo — Lady Lake Florida United Staes
  • Rules of Renovation


Rules of Renovation REI Holdings, Tax Lien Vault, Tax Lien Buyers Club, Success Pat Education, etc. SCAM, Rip Off NATIONWIDE "Seminars" Nationwide

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Rules of Renovation sucks you in and then lies about the program and it costs you a lot of money. REI Holdings is he company that owns RofR, and all of the others listed above. They take advantage of people who really want to learn how to get into real estate and flip houses. They are sales people not educators. We did our due diligence before getting deeply involved but I do not believe everything I read especially on the internet.  There are some people that are never happy and will write something that is not true.

However; everything I had read online was true. All they are interested in is getting your money and if you attend a "free" seminar and you see through the scam (I wish I had). The mentors do not really mentor. You are told that they will come and spend two days with you and then they never do.  If anyone in the seminar has a question or questions how the program works they say you are being negitative and that you probably will not make it in this venture. 

Please listen to me and run far away. We have been doing this for nine months and it is not easy, it does not happen within the 90 days they say, the "investors"/con artist that hold the seminars say they will "personnally help you with a deal and they do not. 

Please do not go to the seminars, or invest your hard earned money with them. They are the only ones getting rich while we get poorer. And then we have all the credit card debt to pay back but we are not making any money doing this. At the boot camp they ask you to call your credit card companies and request a credit limit increase or open new accounts. They tell you this will help establish your financial base. They have a script you follow in order to get the credit card companies to increase your credit limit. That is fraud in my opinion. 

It's as if this is a Trump University class, it's that fraudulent.

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