Justin Wilmot scammed me for a total of $5197
My experience with Justin Wilmot’s real estate investing program was the absolute worst. I paid $5,197 for a program called “10-Hour Wholesaler 2.0” but found it lacking in content and did not meet my expectations. I requested a refund but faced difficulties in reaching Justin Wilmot’s customer support team, and my refund request was not honored. I also tried contacting Justin Wilmot through various means, including letters and emails, but he ignored them.
They have inconsistent pricing, and the program was later offered at a lower price. It is frustrating with the lack of response and assistance from Justin Wilmot and his team. Justin Wilmot’s programs are outdated, and they mention a new program called “10-Hour Deals.”
Justin Wilmot ignored all my calls and emails. He is a dishonest man and very uncooperative in refunding my money. I also met someone claiming to be from Justin Wilmot’s customer support team on Facebook but received no assistance.
In the end, I will continue seeking a refund from Justin Wilmot and potentially escalate my complaints through various channels. I am very dissatisfied with Justin Wilmot’s handling of my situation and I vow to continue posting updates until I receive a refund.
- Justin Wilmot
- 34 Seabridge Drive Ormond Beach, Florida United States
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