About Scott Yancey
Scott Yancey is one of the stars of the A&E television show, Flipping Vegas, and the proprietor of his own personal real estate investment system, which he promotes through seminars and books.
In his TV show, Scott Yancy, his wife Aimee, and a whole team of contractors purchase houses in the Las Vegas area and then “flip them,” which is a term used for affordable renovations made to a piece of property that will allow you to quickly resell it for a profit.
On his website, ScottYanceySeminar.com, his published biography says that Yancey’s grandfather was a successful real estate investor, who taught him the basics of profitable real estate investment from a young age.
Now Yancey is providing his expertise and knowledge to a wide audience, not only through his TV show, but also his book Go Time, and his nationwide series of seminars, which are described as “live real estate income events” where people can “learn secrets from the pros.”
These seminars are intended to show the attendees how to get started as an investor, how to pick the right area of real estate, how to create profit regardless of the state of the housing market, how to generate monthly cash flow, and more.
The website is very clear, however, that these seminars and informational sessions are meant to give people access to real estate education and investment training. Customers who attend this seminar looking for a ready made real estate business opportunity will likely have complaints, as this will not be the focus of the material shared.
TV stars of shows which focus on real estate flipping often take their information out to the public in this very way, just like the Armando Montelongo study course or the Fortune Builders educational website, which is run by some of the cast members of the show “Flip This House.”
If you have any experience with this website or its products, please leave your Scott Yancey reviews below.
49 ‘Scott Yancey’ Reviews
I went to the free seminar in Michigan at the Westin in Southfield. I thought if this is as easy as they say why aren't they at home doing it? When they asked for $2,000 that's when I knew something was wrong. Then the $2,000 went to $1,000 then they said they would refund your money by only charging you 1% interest on what you borrow from them however, "you have to have some skin in this game" that's the line they use. At the end of it all just before you walk out they ask you for $20 to be put on the "preferred list" The bottom line is this...there is a lot more knowledge and money required to "flip houses" then they lead you to believe. They will just keep dangling that carrot so long as you pay. So long as you pay they will tell you what you want to hear. I've seen this scam before.
Beware of this guy
Went to the free seminar, I have been in the real-estate industry for many years and a mortgage lender for even longer. The one thing that I heard was 1% fee to borrow money. This was a red flag to me. You herd of the saying sound to good to be true? Who in there right mind would Lend hard money at this rate I search months to find a low price hard money lender and found a legitimate company
The charge 4% up front and 1% a month so about 7% of what I borrowed over 4 month loan this is the best deal I could find banks charge 3% to do your loan who in there right mind would lend money for 1 point with no monthly interest with any risk the answer is no one. I wanted to believe but my senses kicked in don't fall into this trap!!!!!!!!!!!
SCAM!! Don't waste your time and money
If you find 1 person that actually made money using this program, I will retract this review! They do a great job of selling you on a dream and that is their job as professional educators. Don't invest your time or money. First they ask you for $2,000 to attend a 3-day workshop. At that workshop, they have the audacity to ask you for another $40,000 (yup!) to enroll in the program.
Obtaining a refund for the 3 day Event
Has anyone that has gone to the 3 day event and left feeling scammed been able to contact their bank and receive credit for services not as promised?