Scott Yancey Reviews
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.
122 ‘Scott Yancey’ Reviews
This is a scam, I just got back from their “free seminar” with “free dinner” and the dinner was a soggy nasty bologna sandwich with an apple and a water. And after 2 hours of hype they ask you for $1200 on the spot. Then if you go to the $1200 seminars, they ask you for $30,000 to move up to the top level. Look it up it’s definitely a scam
Don’t waste your money! Didn’t learn anything. Was a Joke. Sad part was I needed that money too.
THIS is 4 hours of your life you will never get back.
Nobody you have ever seen associated with the TV show will be there. Some 2nd rate actor (seriously, he used to do dinner theater) spends over 2 hours trying to engage the audience, while promising the moon and the stars at the end of which, they will ask you to part with over a thousand dollars for a 3-day "retreat" where you are supposed to actually learn how to make money in real estate. Clearly, this is how they make their money.
You won't actually receive any useful information or learn anything new.
His computer doesn't work and in all those hours nobody can fix it.
The person who he says is coming to give a testimonial will get stuck in traffic and not show.
The staff is unorganized,
They won't even serve you the promised dinner.
They will hand out a a few bags of stale turkey sandwiches then say they ran out.
If they can't even run an evening sales seminar, why would anyone believe they will support you in your real estate endeavors.
Run, don't walk away from this nightmare!
Scam all the way. I left after being there 9 hours so Kelly ran after me out the door to ask why. She had an attitude when I said i had to think about the program. She said I signed an agreement to be there and the contract was verbal. She was outraged when I said i wanted to do research first. She then yelled , "you know what, you shouldnt come back then!" And ran off.
This is a scam fully. Why would a normal investor yell at you for trying to do research first?