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I signed up for leads and right off the bat they were leads that are bogus
I signed up for leads and right off the bat they were leads that are bogus. Bad numbers, people that have no clue why I am calling. I want a refund. My attorney is also hands-on to help. Bank has been notified as well.
I paid $999.00 to Money Tree Lead Systems, LLC to get real estate leads
I paid $999.00 to Money Tree Lead Systems, LLC to get real estate leads. They said I would get 8 to 12 leads every month for a whole year. They did send me leads like they promised, but 7 out of 10 of them had inactive phone numbers. They stopped sending leads for two months and told me it was because I didn't check their website. But they still took my money. Out of the 38 leads they sent, only one was actually interested, and even they weren't really looking. I want a refund, but I can't download the information from their website to send it.
I paid $2697 to Market Maker/Money Lead System to set up a Lead Generation System
I paid $2697 to Market Maker/Money Lead System to set up a Lead Generation System. Over a period of 80+ days, I didn't get any good leads. The purchase agreement didn't result in any serious conversations about Real Estate. Some angry folks even called me, telling me to stop bothering them and threatening to report me for Do Not Call Violations. It seemed like Market Maker's actions caused this trouble. Many leads were from outside my area, even from different states. They never set up my home evaluation site and IDX search like they promised. Market Maker was supposed to schedule appointments with Real Estate leads for me, but they often double or triple booked on my Google Calendar. They promised 4 weekly calls, then monthly coaching calls, but I only got 3 calls. After being completely dissatisfied for over 2 months, I asked for a refund, but they refused.
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- While Money Tree Lead Systems has a high level of trust, our investigation has revealed that the company's complaint resolution process is inadequate and ineffective. As a result, only 0% of 10 complaints are resolved. The support team may have poor customer service skills, lack of training, or not be well-equipped to handle customer complaints.
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I rarely post bad reviews, but today I feel compelled to share my disappointment with Money Tree Lead Systems, LLC
I rarely post bad reviews, but today I feel compelled to share my disappointment with Money Tree Lead Systems, LLC. There are a few reasons why I'm unhappy with their services. Firstly, they made big promises but failed to deliver. Secondly, they offer a so-called "guarantee" that they didn't fulfill. According to the agreement, I was supposed to provide a video testimonial within 30 days, but I was never asked to do so, and honestly, I wouldn't have done it anyway. Thirdly, despite my numerous calls and emails (about once a week for months), they never addressed or responded to my complaints. Fourthly, the online reviews for this company are either amazing or terrible. It's suspicious that all the positive reviews seem professionally written. Fifthly, I spent thousands of dollars and got absolutely nothing in return. Lastly, they didn't even complete important parts of my initial setup because they couldn't get permission from my local association to share data. That alone should warrant a refund.
Befor signing up to spoke with Kameron Johnson who is a sales rep for the company
Befor signing up to spoke with Kameron Johnson who is a sales rep for the company. He offered a money back guarantee that stated all funds (Aside from the $500 Facebook Ad spend) would be refunded in the manner in which they were billed if in 90 days I was not satisfied with the company’s system. He said I needed to maintain billing for two cycles with no card billing issues and needed to be active in the system for at least 85 days. I needed to disposition all appointments, and I did that and beyond by providing notes on most appointments. It was also stated that I would be able to download and take any procured leads with me if I chose to cancel, but I wouldn’t have canceled if the leads that were procured were legitimate. Most least procured were looking for rentals, which is not the purpose of the company’s system. The other type of leads procured couldn’t be approved to buy a house unless he or she had some drastic life events that changed his or her financial position.
I signed up for lead generation services with this company (dba ***) and paid on August 3
I signed up for lead generation services with this company (dba ***) and paid on August 3. After ~3 months of bogus leads (~10 leads; those that were actually reachable and the person noted as being the one interested indicated they had no idea why I was calling and were not interested in purchasing a home), I spoke with *** and expressed my displeasure. He asked me to give it some more time, and I agreed to do so. Since that call, I have not received a single lead so contacted (attempted to contact) *** starting 11/20 to request a cancellation and refund per their 100% money back guarantee. After multiple emails and call attempts, I tried their general sales and support lines to attempt to recover my payment. Nobody has followed up, and my money has yet to be refunded. Note: I was also included on multiple email chains with other agents who were similarly sold a bill of goods by this company. All/most of them were experiencing the exact same issues with the company not delivering what it advertised and not responding to requests for refunds.
I started with this company for $750
I started with this company for $750. They said they'd give me my money back when I closed my first real estate deal. They'd take 25% of my commission and the $750 was to secure my spot. They were supposed to give me leads and return my $750 when I closed a deal. I talked to *** and he said the $750 was only valid for 30 days. It's nearly impossible to turn a cold lead into a closed deal in 30 days. They tried to get me to join their elite program for $2500, but I said no. The leads they gave me were useless. One was a school attendance line. Most of the time, the response was that the voicemail was full or not set up. After a few months, I told them I wanted to cancel my service. Finally, I spoke to one of their leads who told me he didn't need an agent because he already had one. When I called ***, he told me to offer the guy a lower commission, which goes against the rules and could make me lose my license. I checked online for independent reviews, not the ones on their own website. Everyone had the same story. They're scammers who take money from anyone dumb enough to sign up. They give fake leads just to keep getting upfront money. They kept saying they guaranteed satisfaction and offered a no-questions-asked money-back guarantee, but they'll keep doing this. It's an easy way for them to scam agents out of money.
In January 2022, I signed up for Pay Per Closing with Money Tree Lead Systems, LLC to help boost my real estate career
In January 2022, I signed up for Pay Per Closing with Money Tree Lead Systems, LLC to help boost my real estate career. The representative, *** assured me that if I wasn't satisfied, I could get a refund within 30 days. After about a week or two, I decided to cancel. *** then had his supervisor, ***, contact me. *** suggested that I try it out for the full 30 days and if I still didn't want to continue, I would receive a full refund. The charges were $999.00 and $500.00. However, several weeks passed and I didn't receive any refund.
I then reached out to my bank to dispute the charges, but they weren't helpful. Frustrated, I called Pay Per Closing/Market Maker and had to go the extra mile to get the promised refund. I have an email from *** confirming the refund. However, after that, *** never responded to my emails or calls and completely avoided me. Eventually, I spoke to *** from accounting, who explained that the refund process was delayed because of the dispute. However, he assured me that there were ways to work around it and issue a refund. He mentioned discussing it with ***.
Finally, I received a refund of $999.00, but not the $500.00. No one reached out to me after my initial conversation with *** to explain what was happening. I had to continuously contact the front desk staff to be heard and get the remaining promised refund. It's incredibly frustrating that they made this promise and are now avoiding me by not returning any calls or emails. They even blocked my email from their system, despite still owing me money. This is highly unprofessional and not something a reputable business would do. Action needs to be taken to address this issue.
I signed a contract with them on 11/28
I signed a contract with them on 11/28. They said my account would be activated within 7 days, but it actually took 23 days. They charged me for the second month exactly 30 days later. They said they would give me a partial refund, but I never got it. When I called to follow up, they said the operations manager needed to approve the refund and would call me back, but that never happened. After a few months, I decided to cancel. I paid for the next month on the 30th, but I submitted my cancellation request on the 14th of the month. Four days after I submitted the request, they locked me out of my account. I called as soon as I noticed it was shut down. They told me it was their policy to lock accounts once a cancellation request was made. I explained that I had already paid for the whole month, so my account should still be active. After 10 days, 12 calls, 4 emails, and sending Facebook messages to all the moderators of their page, I finally got a response from the operations manager when I called from a different phone number. I asked for a refund for the time I couldn't access my account and the partial refund they had promised before. He said I was wrong and that my account was never locked. He said the person I spoke to didn't tell me about their policy. He also said he wouldn't authorize a refund. I told him I couldn't access my account and asked him to send me the information if my account was still active. He responded by saying, "I don't have time or desire to argue with you." It took him 10 days to respond, so he couldn't even verify if my account was locked. I'm not even arguing about the services they promised versus what they delivered. I just want to be compensated for the time I couldn't access my information. I paid for 4 months but only got 3 months at best!
This is a complaint against a unprofessional and unethical organization called Marker Maker
This is a complaint against a unprofessional and unethical organization called Marker Maker. I signed an agreement with them on 12/27. Before agreeing, I spoke with *** to discuss their services. Market maker promised to generate leads for my business and promote it to attract clients. They also said they would follow up with the leads and make appointments for me with buyers and sellers. *** convinced me that I would get 40-50 appointments per month in my area if I worked with them. The monthly cost was $997 plus a $500 advertising fee. I was skeptical about committing to $1500/month without knowing if they could deliver what they promised. The only reason I agreed was because of their money back guarantee. They assured me that if I paid 3 consecutive payments, stayed with them for 80 days, and attended the appointments they made, they would refund my money if I wasn't satisfied. From the first week, I noticed their services were not as they claimed. The website was of poor quality, they provided incorrect information about my business, and their customer service was lacking. The appointments they made were irrelevant to my area. They advertised houses below market price and scheduled appointments with people who were just curious and browsing Facebook. Some problems I had with their leads were: 1) The leads were outside my area, 2) The quantity was lower than promised, and 3) The appointments were of poor quality and not serious buyers. I contacted *** to address the issues, but he said if I cancelled before making 3 payments, I wouldn't get a refund and it was better for me to commit to 3 months of their services. So, I made the 3rd payment and stayed with them for 80 days. On 3/4, *** called to see if I wanted to continue with the system. I expressed my unhappiness and said I would probably cancel in the future. He encouraged me to cancel right then and there. I asked if I would get my money back if I cancelled before 80 days, and he said there would be no problem. He guided me through the cancellation process over the phone. The next day, I had a meeting with *** to explain why I cancelled, as requested by ***. *** referred me to the operations manager for a refund. After several attempts to contact the operations manager, they told me I didn't meet the criteria for a refund because I hadn't stayed with them for at least 80 days. They charged me $1500 for the month of March without delivering any leads. Despite my attempts to resolve the issue, they ignored my emails and calls. ***, who deceived me into cancelling early, never spoke to me again. This organization is unethical, provides poor service, and I regret signing up with them. I want my money back as soon as possible.