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I met them at REOCon and they are requiring new agents to take their class, pay the fee, then you will receive a BPO within 30 days to "score" you in their system. When I asked who was their client, the vague answer was, "We have over 25 clients blah blah blah." I have personally completed over 7,000 BPOs and I asked him if I still need to take the BPO class and pay the fee, he said yes and then changed his attention to another person. He never really look me in the eyes and I just have a bad feeling about this company. Seems like the same technique was used by BankerREO and LAMCO, and I did fell for BankerREO :(. I would love to hear from others.
I had the same feeling. I have enough certs & have done thousands of BPOs too. Don't realy need the classes. Also did Lamco & never saw even a BPO. When I did sign up the kept asking me to join again!. Also did the HUD.Gov & never saw anything. Just being very cautious anymore. Thanks for the feedback.
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I was just asked to do a comercial exterior inspection for them that pays $50 but I have to pay a $29 registration fee... Anyone else experience this? Is it worth it? I know $29 isnt a lot but im so tired of being nickeled and dimed by companies that never give you anything in return.