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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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Don't waste your money and time!!!!

Reviewed By sara on January 13, 2017

Yesterday I have atended in one of their seminars in San diego, California that mensioning that they will give away first 50 people computer and ipod or mp3!!!! I was personally very happy so I brought my parents with me too ! So first of all the parking was $6. We entered and they wrote our names in a sticky note and stick it to our dress! By the way they told us to come with a casual dress !!!!! later they gived us papers to fill in! then they told us to line up so we can take picture with Scott and Amie ! They also offered a gonella bar in the entrance. After sitting the seminar started at 12 pm. The first part was ended at 2pm. at 2 pm they gived us lunch which was a turkey sandwich, brownie, apple, pasta salad, and hot water! they were in a box. while eating the nest speech started!
It was from 2pm to 5pm. They all speak bulshit! They said that the 3 day teaching is $360 and the other one for stock was $190. After the seminar I was talking to a 80 years old men and I was asking him what is he thinking about this company? He said it's all scam because in the middle of the seminar a women came and handed a few papers to some of us and leave and inside the paper was told that this company is a whole scam and never fall in to it! They are basically trying to eat your money! I just don't know how they will it will go down! This money that they are taking from people are not a good money.
Thankfully I didn't pay them anything.
But today arround 4 pm they called me and told me that why I didn't pay the 3 day seminar? And I told them that because I don't know if I can make those days! later he said is it because of the money? and I said that is one of the other reasons!!!!!!!
then he said I think your being distracted from something. I said yes that's true I am driving! He said ok I will call back tomorrow!

Now that I read all the reviews I am going to real talk with them that they would never ever call me back ! Also block them ! and report them ! BTW the number that called me is +1 (801) 341-3715 from Lehi, UT

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Reviewed By LAURA on January 6, 2017

There was no mention of after paying for the 3 day Workshop you would have to pay additional monies therefore it is a Scam. Very misleading and shameful of them to do this to trusting people. Do not support them or their show.

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Reviewed By Janice  on December 3, 2016

It is one of the biggest SCAM out there. They make you believe that you will have acces to mentoring and all they are concerned about is gorging your eyes out and stripping you of your last dime for an opportunity to make money. I fell victim to them in December of 2014 - I worked extremely hard and attended their boot camp and buying summit in Vegas but up to this day has not flipped anything. The contact numbers they provided went unanswered! I have a knot in my stomach just writing this review. They are SOUL-less and amazing liars. Bringing it to their attention falls on deaf ears. I am surprised that they continue to prey on working people. I would sue them to return my that I am still working to pay off.
DO NOT TAKE THE BAIT WALK AWAY,,
BRONX, NY

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Reviewed By Melanie R on November 19, 2016

It's 100% a SCAM!!!
Went to a dinner seminar in Connecticut with my husband, they sold us on a 3 day workshop for $1,250, where we would learn how to buy and sell real estate, offer up to 750k funding, have access to a website that has early listings before they were cherry picked by investors and many more perks, half way through day one we're filling out a form with all our financial information they then tell us about another 3 day workshop that costs between a whomping $25,000-$38,000 there is a diamond or platinum program, to invest in our future with them "boots on the ground" is what they called it. Our homework for the first night was to go to a website called creditnav.com and run our credit reports to see if we were eligible for up to a 100k credit line. On day 2 i told them i didn't have 25k, they pull you aside and go over every penny you can get to, they knew I had 12k in savings so they offered me the silver program and it so happened to cost exactly 12k. I made a couple friends there a couple in their 40's and a single mother of 3 small children and exchanged numbers. after the seminar the couple called me he asked if I signed up for the "extensive training" no i did not, he knew it was a scam on day one but continued the course to learn what he could because regardless he was out the $1,250, then he told me they offered him the "silver program for $3,000 exactly what he said he had in savings, so if you could not pay for the diamond or platinum program whatever you have in savings is what they offered it to you for. As for the single mother of 3, she signed up for the silver program", cost her, her entire savings whatever that may be. As for the funding they say they offer is BS they say they will help you close your first 3 deals but the funding is limited to you finding a house at a very reduced price (they decide if its a deal) they will show the money is there but you have to have a buyer already lined ready to buy so no money changes hands. THEY DO NOT OFFER FUNDING!!!!! Bonita (the teacher running the workshop) acted like she makes a fortune on huge real estate deals. No her and her team of 5 make a fortune taking money from people trying to sell them a dream. Its a pyramid scheme, if you pay the 25-38k they will then try to up sell you on another program. Please save your money it is a huge waste of time I learned next to nothing and I'm out $1,250. I Don't know how they sleep at night taking money from people. Shame on all of them including Scott and Amy Yancy from the show Flipping Vegas. If you want more info you can also look up "richdad"its the same kind of workshop Bonita, Brett and Jay worked as a team at that company together before this company.

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November 23, 2016

I went to the RichDad weekend seminar a few years ago and it was taught by Bonita. I almost signed up for the program and thank God I didn't! I later found they were being sued by a group of students because the so called instructors were not really doing real estate they were just teaching and pretending they were "experts". Unfortunately there's a huge industry related to real estate and mentorship programs commonly sold for 18k, 25k and often more. The sad thing is people (most of which have never done any REI) are sold on it and give up their life savings to these rats! Order a book (or several) on Amazon, you'll learn more and if it turns out it's not for you... you're only out the money you spent on the books compared to thousands!

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Don't trust them

Reviewed By shawna bonner on November 18, 2016

The invitation was for lunch. In the weeks prior to the seminar, I received numerous emails and phone calls. One call I answered the phone and said "This is Shawna" then he asks "Can I please speak with Shawna". I decided to go during my lunch hour. After arriving, we are told the first speaker is 90 minutes then there will be lunch then another 45 minute presentation. When someone says lunch, to me it's within an hour. I noticed several other attendees were not happy once this was learned. The seminar was just a pitch for a weekend workshop that was going to be held two days from now. I did leave after the speaker mentioned that when you ask your broker about using self directed IRA's to buy real estate they would tell you "you can't". I am a broker and I tell my clients they CAN do this and that real estate should be a part of everyone's portfolio. I then asked for my release form back (this form states it's ok for them to contact you). Since the seminar, I have received a phone call every day even though they do not have permission since I took my form back.

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November 18, 2016

It's too bad we have to give it one star!

November 19, 2016

It's 100% a SCAM!!!
Went to a dinner seminar in Connecticut with my husband, they sold us on a 3 day workshop for $1,250, where we would learn how to buy and sell real estate, offer up to 750k funding, have access to a website that has early listings before they were cherry picked by investors and many more perks, half way through day one we're filling out a form with all our financial information they then tell us about another 3 day workshop that costs between a whomping $25,000-$38,000 there is a diamond or platinum program, to invest in our future with them "boots on the ground" is what they called it. Our homework for the first night was to go to a website called creditnav.com and run our credit reports to see if we were eligible for up to a 100k credit line. On day 2 i told them i didn't have 25k, they pull you aside and go over every penny you can get to, they knew I had 12k in savings so they offered me the silver program and it so happened to cost exactly 12k. I made a couple friends there a couple in their 40's and a single mother of 3 small children and exchanged numbers. after the seminar the couple called me he asked if I signed up for the "extensive training" no i did not, he knew it was a scam on day one but continued the course to learn what he could because regardless he was out the $1,250, then he told me they offered him the "silver program for $3,000 exactly what he said he had in savings, so if you could not pay for the diamond or platinum program whatever you have in savings is what they offered it to you for. As for the single mother of 3, she signed up for the silver program", cost her, her entire savings whatever that may be. As for the funding they say they offer is BS they say they will help you close your first 3 deals but the funding is limited to you finding a house at a very reduced price (they decide if its a deal) they will show the money is there but you have to have a buyer already lined ready to buy so no money changes hands. THEY DO NOT OFFER FUNDING!!!!! Bonita (the teacher running the workshop) acted like she makes a fortune on huge real estate deals. No her and her team of 5 make a fortune taking money from people trying to sell them a dream. Its a pyramid scheme, if you pay the 25-38k they will then try to up sell you on another program. Please save your money it is a huge waste of time I learned next to nothing and I'm out $1,250. I Don't know how they sleep at night taking money from people. Shame on all of them including Scott and Amy Yancy from the show Flipping Vegas. If you want more info you can also look up "richdad"its the same kind of workshop Bonita, Brett and Jay worked as a team at that company together before this company.

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