REI Holdings Review

My husband and I purchased a Tax Lien Buyers Club Tour 2 years ago. We were told that once we got to Florida we would have a $9000 credit to purchase liens. Once we got their they gave us a print out of outrageous tax liens and the ones they personally had picked through for themselves right in front of us. They chose some liens for us up in Ohio for a commercial property and told us they would have all the paperwork done and contact us the following week. I never heard from anyone and when I called to find out the status they informed me that they were refusing to allow us to use our $9000 credit. This company is the biggest SCAM! At this point I’m not sure how to go about taking care of this matter legally.

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