Opulent Supply took my money and failed to deliver
Colin Yurcisin, a sales and marketing guru for Opulent, is utilised to advertise their e-commerce automation services due to his substantial social media following. On their website, they make a $10k profit per month projection for the first year, which is backed up with credible video testimonials. My interactions with them, however, have been incredibly disappointing.
I gave Opulent $35k to develop a Walmart store, but the application was turned down. For a second effort, they recommended me to establish a new LLC in a family member’s name. Instead, they offered to open an Amazon store, but it was immediately closed down for willfully breaking Amazon’s rules.
Additionally, I spent an additional $10,000 on a Facebook store that was only profitable for one month and has since been a waste of time. In the past, I’ve been requesting refunds from CEO Mike Krel and COO Vilson Spek since January, but my requests have been repeatedly ignored.
They basically refuse to give you a refund if they try to keep your stores open but they are shut down as a result of their own rule-breaking, according to the scammy language in their contracts. I was able to incorporate language in my contract guaranteeing a return if I didn’t recoup my investment within two years. To avoid giving a refund, they introduced dishonest requirements such wanting two stores to operate continuously for two years without reaching ROI.
Opulent failed to deliver the second store I paid for, only gave one underwhelming store, and refused to issue a refund on the grounds that I didn’t have two businesses open—despite the fact that it was their error. I’ve only generated a pitiful $1,200 profit on Facebook in the past ten months. I earned nothing from Amazon, and never received a Walmart store, far from the promised $10k/month.
CEO Mike Krel has generally ignored me despite my repeated requests for refunds, making bogus promises to look into it. Three more people with comparable experiences have also come across me. Colin Yurcisin believes he lacks the authority to grant reimbursements, but the CEO is the one who needs to accept accountability.
Simply put, Opulent is either a total rip-off that steals money from its clients or they are incapable of delivering any real value for the $45,000 cost. Any trustworthy company would offer a refund and an apology for such a bad experience. Instead, Mike Krel cites the risks mentioned in the contract as justification for his decision to refuse to issue a refund.
At all costs, stay away from these scams.
- Opulent Supply
- 1057 Pennsylvania Ave Linden, NJ United States
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