Opulent Supply Inc charged me $45,000 and scammed me
The expert in sales and marketing at Opulent is Colin Yurcisin. They utilise his substantial social media following to market their e-commerce automation services. “Estimated $10k profit per month within first year” is stated on the website (https://stores.leveragedlifestyle.com/ecom), and there are credible video testimonials there as well.
In actuality, Walmart denied the application for the Walmart store I paid them $35k to build in October. They advised me to submit my application using a fresh LLC “in a relative’s name.” Instead, they offered to set up an Amazon store for me, but it was quickly closed down since they were aware of Amazon’s policies being broken.
I spent an additional $10,000 on a Facebook store in the meanwhile. The other months have been a waste of time, but for the one nice month. In January, I began requesting refunds from CEO Mike Krel and COO Vilson Spek (perhaps Spektor). Since then, I have inquired numerous times in vain.
Their contracts, which are pretty shady if you read them properly, basically state “If we try to keep your stores running but they get shut down – even if it’s because we broke the rules knowingly – we won’t refund you.”
I forced them to include a condition in my contract that promised a return if, after two years, I hadn’t earned my money back. However, they even inserted deceptive language that read, “We’ll refund you ONLY IF two stores run continuously for two years and you don’t ROI…” Since I didn’t have two stores open, the CEO, Mike Krel, stated he wouldn’t repay me—even though it was their mistake!
Currently, they have only given me one extremely underwhelming store and never sent the second one I had paid $35k for, after which they have claimed “Sorry, you haven’t had two stores running, so no refund.”
I’ve made $1,200 from Facebook in ten months, $0 from Amazon, and I’ve never even gotten a Walmart location. Far from the $10k a month they advertise.
I repeatedly requested refunds from Mike Krel, their CEO. He has generally ignored me, although every now and then he will say, “I’ll see what I can do, but…” These individuals are SCAMMERS, and three other people I spoke with shared my experience.
Colin Yurcisin assured me during our conversation that he lacks the authority to grant refunds. But as the CEO, Mike Krel, “I’ll see what I can do” is insufficient.
Conclusion: Either they’re in over their heads and giving little to no value in exchange for a $45,000 price, or they’re outright scammers taking money. Any ethical company would issue a refund and express regret for the unpleasant experience. Here is Mike Krel’s explanation as to why he chose not to reimburse me:
“The suspensions/risks of this business model are expressed in the agreement.”
STAY AWAY from these frauds.
- Opulent Supply
- 1057 Pennsylvania Ave Linden, NJ United States
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