Scott Yancey

Scott’s real estate training is a bait for their scam

Scott Yancey, sells his training on real estate to trap people into investing into his real estate scam. I joined his training in San Francisco and paid about $22,000 in total. In the training, the instructor, Tim Anderson, told us that we do not need to invest in million dollar homes. He even informed that the $500,000 was easily available for purchase and repair if homes through them. As per the CBS report, the average value of house in San Francisco is $925,000.

As, Scott Yancey and team provides 20%-40% of the market value, they tend to offer a very low financing. There are other companies which offer 90% to sometimes 100%. Scott Yancey offers $500,000 which is much lower than the average value of homes at San Francisco.

I paid $1,997 when the training started and they ask for remaining $18,997 if you wish to know the precise information on real estate investing. In short, they allow you to sit in their training with the first $1,997 investment and then will ask you for $18,997, if you wish to learn about their tactics which is not worthy of the amount they charge.

At first, they provide the DVD’s which quotes, “don’t worry if you do not have money.” Later, when you ask them for the funding, they will ask you for a high paying job and to put 5% – 10% of the total funding amount from their pocket.

It would be shocking to know that they asked me to arrange the buyer and the seller at the same time to get the funding from them. My question is, “Who will sell their house to Scott Yancey when they are getting much more money from another company.”

These goons are way more cleaver than you can expect and would brain wash you to make profit. Who pays such a big amount for training to get pennies in return? I did and many others as well. It was because they know how to lure people in investing.

They make it sound so easy that no one can delay in paying them the rest of the amount for training. I want my refund that they are not ready to pay. I knew it would not be a cake walk to get money out of their pocket when they are the master players.

Scott Yancey and his team of goons are smarter than you think and would take different turns to make you believe in what they say. Their promises are fake and illusionary. Since date, Scott Yancey and his firm have not made any great success which can prove the above claim incorrect.

Scott Yancey is a fraud and would make you repent later. I am still struggling to get my money back which seems impossible.

Is Scott Yancey a scam?
Scott Yancey is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on dirtyscam.com. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Scott Yancey legit?
First Scott Yancey is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by Scott Yancey’s consumers?
There is/are 35 review(s) posted about Scott Yancey and it indicates that the severity of the scam is High.
Where is Scott Yancey located?
Scott Yancey is located at 4280 S Hualapai Way #107, Las Vegas, NV 89147, USA. You can contact Scott Yancey by dialing +1(702) 487-6777 or visit their website www.scottyancey.com/ before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Scott Yancey’s customers?
According to the report(s), US $22000 was the total loss incurred by Scott Yancey’s customers.

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35 Reviews on Scott Yancey

  1. No doubt the bank accounts will grow, NO DOUBT AT ALL!

    I the end, the ONLY bank accounts growing do not belong to the suckers who showed up at these events.

  2. Public beware

    pure hype all crooks him and amy selling you a 30,000 dollar package to learn what they do they pay 200 for hotel 200 for the bagged lunch/dinner and give you nothing they promised for free , and what they do give you is 3 hours of bull shit and they stop in the middle to sign you up

  3. I can't say.

    Two stars. Not saying it is awful, but…. truth in advertising or upfront disclosure is usually not a friend to those trying to sell you something, and that is very true here. WILL YOU go on to succeed and make money in Real Estate after attending that first FREE Seminar at the local eatery where the presentation is being held? Absolutely not.

    WILL YOU go on to succeed and make money in Real Estate after attending the 2 or 3 day Seminar you paid $1350 for at that first Free seminar. Again sad to say, No!

    That second presentation is way more intense and hard sell than that first one. It has to be. The absolute priority of the 2nd presentation is to get you to spend $39,000 (your pitch cost may vary, but not by much).

    WILL YOU go on to succeed and make money in Real Estate after you to spend $39,000 and get fully involved with this large organization? Maybe; I can’t say.

  4. That second presentation is way more intense and hard sell than that first one.

    Two stars. Not saying it is awful, but…. truth in advertising or upfront disclosure is usually not a friend to those trying to sell you something, and that is very true here. WILL YOU go on to succeed and make money in Real Estate after attending that first FREE Seminar at the local eatery where the presentation is being held? Absolutely not.

    WILL YOU go on to succeed and make money in Real Estate after attending the 2 or 3 day Seminar you paid $1350 for at that first Free seminar. Again sad to say, No!

    That second presentation is way more intense and hard sell than that first one. It has to be. The absolute priority of the 2nd presentation is to get you to spend $39,000 (your pitch cost may vary, but not by much).

    WILL YOU go on to succeed and make money in Real Estate after you to spend $39,000 and get fully involved with this large organization? Maybe; I can’t say.

  5. Bad Service

    Hello Scott Yancey, we appreciate you letting us know that someone would contact us within a week, but it has been almost two weeks and no one from your company has contacted us. Please advise.

  6. I really hope they leave me alone soon.

    My husband saw their infomercial and thought this event would be beneficial. So we signed up to attend. The next day while at work my phone rang 8 times from an unknown number- no voicemail left.

    I finally answered (annoyed at work) and this lady wanted to confirm that we would be there because there is a BIG waiting list. After doing research on this event- I decided that it was a scam and we weren’t going to attend.

    I called the number back- told them we weren’t attending and to take my information off of their records because I did not want to be contacted. Case closed? Nope.

    They have e-mailed me 3 times today already (it is only 10am) pretty much begging me to go. Ok, if you have such a big waiting list why does it matter if we go or not. DO NOT give these people your contact information. I really hope they leave me alone soon.

Reviews:35
Reported Loss :22000 $
Severity of Scam :High
Reported by : Anonymous
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