Lavel Buckholtz

There was an ad entitled: | 750+ Credit Score in 30-60 Days!!! Credit Card Accepted (Los Angeles,CA) hide this posting restore this posting | GET YOUR CREDIT FIXED TODAY!! | FOR ONLY $649.99!!! | CREDIT & DEBIT ACCEPTED! | AA Credit repair specialist will service Client with a full credit repair deleting inaccurate and obsolete items for client such as: | Late payments, medical bills, collections, charge offs, repossessions, settlements, judgements, student loans, tax liens, past due bills, and bankruptcy for a period of 30-60 days | WE CAN HELP YOU! | 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEED! | Give us a call TODAY | 818-849-4098 | So, I answered the ad, and spoke to Lavel indepth. He made so many promises and claims, of what he can do and how it will be cleaned in 30 days, no problem. So I signed up with him on April 4,Feb 23, 2016, it now 4 months later and nothing has been done. I called Lavel and he expressed, that I am not done, I signed the contract and paid vis paypal, but sadly I waited too long to request a refund. He kept making claims but nothing. I emailed him, and he stop answeing my emails. | He is a scammer to say the least!! Do not do business with him. He will waste your time and money! He has no character about himself at all. | When you do business with someone, check them out first, unlike I did, so that you do not lose your money. | Buyers Beware!

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