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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.

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AFTER THE # DAYS 2k seminar, YOU HAVE TO BUY 30k to continue.

Reviewed By Janice on January 26, 2015, Malibu

AFTER THE 2k you will be asked for 30k, I CAUTION YOU DO NOT DO THIS unless you have 2 years (non business owners, 1 year business owners) and a minimum of 100k in equity /assests... Be careful and take the 30k, if you are a "real" business owner, you will know exactly what to do...and that 30k will create passive income, please be careful before partnering with this program, until YOU ARE ACTUALLY at that level of yancey, ALSO THE real reason they push the LLC immideietly is to relieve them liabilty from YOU, you are actually an employee, they have set it up, to make it look otherwise and have done some small things to make this work for them, I dont know they may have some issues later down the road, but the LLC is protecting them from getting into trouble for the unfair position they put you into. So again, im not saying this is all bad, im just saying if you are going to partner with such a company of Yancy and its key success stories, they are NOT ALL SUCCESS, most are just "students" about to lose 30k, but the big guys, it least be somewhere near there level. Do not jump in the ocean of sharks , unless you are a shark...if you are, you already know what to do...and DO NOT FOLLOW THE PACK ON 3 Day to the 30k table, make sure you first have 2 years expierence 100k in assests/equity... have built passive income, then you will already know what to do and how to handle if you jump on board for Yancey, if you dont do this first, you will be eaten alive by the sharks, just some advice coming from someone who truly cares, not about money, but business and the human kind!

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buyer beware the small print is not the only thing to watch for

Reviewed By Michael Babineau on January 20, 2015, Brantford, Ontario

start off first seminar was a teaser to get you in the door then after you sit there for 2 hrs.' then they tell you that it will cost you 2,000 dollars so after all the speaking is done you go to the seminar and then they drop the hammer on you for a few more dollars . for a hard working person it is a lot of money s you take a chance .you go thru all the hoops and what do you get is nothing for your 2 grand . even when they say that they can set you up for a asset protection program and would only take a few days to process then you get the run around from there customer service and in the end you get nothing .if you don't buy into the program you still get nothing you nay as well do the foot work your self .
I've tried to get in contact with the yancee group and found that web sites leave you no were and you try different sites to no prevail stay away .KEEP YOUR MONEY in your pocket or
the financing companies they use are as useless to there customer service needs a complete over haul they say that they will call you back and guess what no return call I'll keep trying to get this resolved but if the cooperation had any dignity they would take there business clients more seriously

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Honest biz owner, lets see what happnes!

Reviewed By Janice on January 20, 2015, Malibu

Getting into business is an investment and a process. So be prepared to pay out before you get in. :( However, this is something i would have never done, however, because they had hard money lenders in place, i figured might as well. i went with a friend, i went and put in the investment because 1000 for me is nothing to lose, i have enough knowledge in real estate to figure out where to go with just the basic information however, i feel bad for people where a 2000 is a lot of money because its not fair to take this kind of money from people who struggle with paying there bills and live paycheck to paycheck, on this level i think the yancey team needs to rethink there seminar fees its one thing for a business owner to lose this kind of money however for day to day employees i sincerely feel bad. I was not impressed with yancey and there presentation, ill be impressed if in a year im guided properly and making some money lets see.. at this point i haven nothing good to say about them. Hopefully that changes after my first deal! and then 100 furture deals ! Honest hard working business owner.

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DISHONEST AND WASTE OF TIME FOR MOST!!!!!!!!!!!!

Reviewed By Crystal  on January 19, 2015

Let me start by saying the program and education is probably great, now, having said that, I attended the free seminar "with Scott Yancey" in October 2014 in Albany, NY. First of all, Scott was not there, it was some business partner of his. Then he talks a great game and had me and everyone else in the room convinced, by saying, that for $2000 you get access to $750,000 for each flip you acquire, also, proof of that for the bank so there is no waiting time to show you have the money and a year of assistance. They take a small fee once the flip is complete. At this point he has people running back to sign up, then he says "Well, if you are someone that struggling right now we can help you too and work something out for payment and to go back and see the guys behind the table." When I got back there, they said all you need is $1000 today and honestly I don't even remember the rest of that deal because I stopped listening as I did not have that either. Now, I expect nothing for free of course but I just didn't have that much up front as I am a single mom (NOT A WELFARE RECIPIENT! as so many on here like to judge) just struggling at the moment. I was not upset by this, I simply said to myself this was my starting point. I will save the $2000 and come back to another seminar and go from there. I have been non stop watching his show Flipping Vegas and getting excited that things might actually be ok and then I hop online and am looking at the scam reports "just incase" and boy am I glad I did because I do not have thousands more to pour into this as you do not find that out until you have paid the $2000 and attend the 3 day course where you get a special code you can put into the website and find out the ACTUAL cost of getting what you were told you were getting for $2000. My heart sunk!!! I loved these 2 on the show. I really thought for once somebody out there making money was being straight up and honest. SHAME on everyone involved in this scam. I will not watch the show anymore and I will spread the word to anyone looking to get involved in this. Basically you already have to have (from what I'm reading on here) about $200,000 to invest first. Well, knowing that ahead of time would've saved me and a lot of other people the heartache and trouble. Again, if you have that kind of money go for it, I'm sure you will be a millionaire in no time but for the rest of us who thought this was a shot to join the ranks, well all I can say is spend your $2000 on something else.

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Shame on Scoot and Amy and Shame on A&E

Reviewed By Patricia Prata on January 19, 2015, Los Angeles, California

I just got back from the FREE introduction class and my first impression was " they will try to sell", ok......but besides trying to sell a $2,000 course they also do NOT tell you that after you buy the $2,000 3 days course , you will have to buy another course to get educated enough to start to invest and get access to Scott's network and finances. This is NOT right. They made people believe that the whole investment will be just $2,000 and is not, the investment is much higher , more than $30,000.They should tell up front how much money is required to finish the education and start to make money. I do NOT recommend this program, is NOT honest.

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