Certified Forensic Loan AuditorCertified Forensic Loan Auditors cheated me
I signed up for the seminar organized by Certified Forensic Loan Auditors.
The company claims it is launching the nation’s first loan certification class.
However, they didn’t provide me with any skills, and I felt wasting every penny I spent.
I was required to travel to another city for the seminar. Fortunately, it wasn’t a problem.
The seminar cost $3000, and they assured me that it would clear the certification of the forensic loan auditor.
It was a seminar on scrutinization audits.
It was something I was interested in and helping people save their houses.
The meeting was minimal when I arrived.
The meeting began, and I was surprised that the teacher did not know as much as I expected.
He was reading from a book and was unprepared.
He seemed to have come to the seminar by accident and played a role for someone else.
Workshops like these provide handouts for everyone to help them remember what each chapter covers.
We could not refer to their material later. Or even worse, they don’t show up at all.
The meeting was boring and had little to offer.
People were seen taking out their journals to make notes.
The seminar did not provide notebooks to help you jot down important points.
Nobody was allowed to ask questions in the middle.
They promised that there would be a different Q&A session after the class.
The test was also set up after the seminar to verify that we had understood the material.
The Q&A session did not take place. They gave us the questions for the test directly.
They were utterly unrelated to the seminar.
Worse, I didn’t find any connection to what the guy had taught us.
Also, his name seemed to be fake. I tried to find his Facebook profile but could not locate him.
Why wasn’t he on Facebook? We were instructed to wait three days before the test results would be available.
All of us left to go to our respective places. I didn’t hear from them for a week.
I called them back, and they told me that my scores would be sent to my email.
After a month, I still haven’t heard from them.
These people are a scam. I requested a refund. They won’t make it so simple.
So I’m confused about who I should contact.
If they refuse to pay my money back, I will get my attorney.
The seminar taught me nothing but how to convince people of false promises.
These guys are not capable of helping anyone.
These fraudsters are out to get your money.
These people are fraudsters.
You will undoubtedly be conned.