I used to work as a real estate agent and left practicing few years ago. Recently, I decided to start my practice as a real estate agent. I could have been an active lead for these guys, but they ruined it. I was seeking help from whatever source I could to get going. While I was looking out for the options on the older and trustworthy sites, I also wanted to try the unknown ones. I had never heard of Yurz before but when I got their call, I was all ears.
The guy on the phone talked about the customized website and other services like facebook leads and all. I was interested in what he had to offer. They also do the first page google page results which I was constantly looking to start working at. When he talked me into the services, I felt as if he was having bundle of services that I could have utilized under one umbrella.
But, the way he pitched the0 services, it was a big turn off. That guy was continuously talking without giving me a chance to ask questions. I am not new to this field. Being an agent, I know how marketing works. You need to capture the attention but most importantly the trust of your customer. And the pressure that he tried to build, made me furious.
He was talking like if I missed buying the services, I will miss the lifetime deal. When I asked about references, he ignored my question and kept blabbering about how cool they are. I was the one supposed to be asking questions. But, that guy was continuously asking all shit of questions that did not relate the subject we were into.
At last, I asked if I can get some time to research on my own and come up with the final decision. He bluntly denied. He said that I would be missing on this great offer if I waited even for a second. If he would have accepted my request, I would have already made the payment. But, that was enough to raise the brows.
He was so stubborn that I had to hang up on him. I felt as if I was talking to a machine where I was not allowed to put my inputs. I later researched about Yurz and the same feedback was spread on the internet about their pushy sales calls. People had even mentioned that the company never did what they promised, and customers had issues cancelling their subscription with Yurz.
Thank god, I understood what they were up to. I got a call from that agent another day and I sent him the links on the phone that had the same complaints against his company. He never called me back. Although, I wanted to pen down my experience to let others know how cunning these guys are. If you ever encounter any phone call from Yurz, you know what you should be doing. They would never provide you the references and will keep you asking to join. Just hang up and ignore.