Armando Montelongo Seminars, LLC Review

I paid $1497 on May 28, 2016 upon attending a 1.5 hour introduction for a future 3-day seminar in September 2016. I changed my mind at a later date. I e-mailed Armando Montelongo regarding this information. No one responded, so I called. I spoke to Jesus Meave, Real Estate National Director of Education. He was able to pull up my information and spent quite a bit of time trying to convince me to participate. I conveyed to Mr. Meave that I was no longer interested and would like my money refunded. Mr. Meave stated that I will not be recieving my money back due to my not meeting the 3 day return policy. I had Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday to make that decision and that time has passed. Mr. Meave stated that since I promised by paying the $1497.. a refund will NOT be forthcoming. I asked if the business is doing great, he stated ‘yes’. I said if the business is doing well, why would $1497 cause any problems. Mr. Meave stated “because you promised”. | I find that Armando Montelongos business practices and hiring practices can use an overhaul. My money should be refunded without question is what a legitimate business would do. Instead of having a limp tool like Jesus Meave and a few other desperados speak on his behlf.


Name: Armando Montelongo Seminars, LLC

Country: United States

State: Texas

City: San Antonio

Address: 2935 Thousand Oaks #6-285

Phone: (800) 854-9582


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