Victory Peak Financial Group, Inc.

Victory Peak Financial Group, Inc. Review

Reviews: 4


Total views: 4053

Published: 14 November 2017

Posted by: Anonymously

My home was recently for sale, but expired in the MLS system without a sale being made. As I am learning, a lot of reputable agents will drum up business when a listing expires by sending out marketing info. This company has sent out the MOST suspicious info I have seen to date. They seem to be preying on those that are truly dissapointed and looking for a fast sell by sending out official offers to purchase the real estate for almost the full asking price. So what’s the problem? They’ve sent out letters multiple times and on all of the letters they are always sure to stamp an “Offer Expiration Date” that is typically the day of or one day after the Postmark. Yet they date the letter 7 days prior to the Postmark. So basically, by the time you receive any offers from them they are already expired and the terms attached to the offer resemble the multiple scams I’ve researched online where the owner is required to leave existing finance in place, but sign over to these guys or gals. Red flags all over the place people, but if you don’t see that then go ahead and start walking down that path. You may never be the same if you do. .

Consumer Reviews and Complaints


Rate and Write a Review on Victory Peak Financial Group, Inc.


Be an Informed Consumer

An informed consumer is capable of making sensible decisions, gains insight about a business prior to an interaction or transaction. Our newsletter provides resources and information that informs you, the consumer. of such things as consumer rights and protection.