Carol Niles Realty
Las Vegas, Nv
People have written nasty things on here, and we apologize for any misleading information. Please talk to your asset manager if you concerns instead of supplying the industry with MISLEADING information about the company. Thank you.
I am all for a class action suit!
ReMax On Track
If anyone decides they want to follow this through in small claims and create a group venture please contact me. I thought about disputing it on my CC but it's not the CC companies fault I fell claim to a scam. Payment went through August 13, 2009. Warned the REO Direct Partners several times that if I don't get a listing I was going to ask for a refund.
Company went Poof- gone- no refund.
It's my thinking that more people will find the site as I believe I was one of the first to sign up due to a "tip" from a REO training company.
Maybe some of these companies are worth the expense, but I'm skeptical.
If I were an bank that needed an REO listing agent, would I be more likely to work with an agent that had been consistently completing high quality BPOs or an agent that I knew nothing about but that paid some money to be part of a "network"? I'll take the agent that's been doing BPO work every time.
Almost every successful REO listing agent starts by completing BPOs. Even when an agent has 10 REO listings, s/he still completes BPOs. Maybe not glamourous, but it works becasue completing BPOs is the best way to provide value to the REO companies. Typically, you get paid $40-$60 for every BPO you complete! Receiving money to provide real value for a Bank is a lot better than paying money to just be part of a "network".
I don't mean to be "preachee" but I get upset when I see hard working agents who are taken advantage of by companies that claim to offer a ticket to easy REO listings -- for a price.
Please let me know if any of you are talking to them or if you have gotten any refunds.
I work with a lot of REO properties but have had no experience with ISIS. Any help?
Update from my October 14, 2010 post. I did contact my credit card company and disputed the $275 charge. I faxed them a dispute letter explaining what REO Partners promised to do, and did not do. I enclosed a copy of my credit card statement showing the charge, the registration email from REO, the â€œpage not foundâ€ from REOâ€™s website, Rip Off report page, and pages from Truliaâ€™s website from agents scammed.
My credit card company was initially hesitant because the charge was over a year ago, and they have a 90 day dispute policy, but - once I explained the contract term was for 1 year, Aug. 2009 to Aug. 2010, and I had to give REO that 1 year to perform, and at the end of that 1 year REO had not performed, I am forced to dispute the charge 60 days after their non-performance and my unsuccessful attempts to contact REO for my refund. My credit card company understood that and reversed the charge in less than 30 days after my dispute. Try it and make sure you are very detailed with your reasoning and explanation.
I am going to call my credit card company, report this charge as a scam and hopefully they will reverse the charge.
Good luck to all you agents trying to get your money back!
Beverly Hills, Ca
It is unfortunate that individuals come to the wrong conclusion regarding our company and I realize that your perception is your reality. I am not trying to change your reality but I would like to change your negative perception of our company and correct any fears that you may have about doing business with us.
Someone has made the mistake of confusing us with another local REO company. We might be in the same industry but we are definitely not the same company nor do we share the same ownership group.
It is apparent that they are confused and if they had done any due diligence at all, they would have found that out. Once again if you have any concerns or would like our referral list of agents that we are working with. Please make your request at firstname.lastname@example.org - Wed Apr 21 2010, 13:37
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