877-207-2002 - Did this number call you? If yes, leave your comment/complaint below.
Phone number: 877-207-2002 The number is a Toll Free number
Around 37% of people reported it as "Scammer/Fraudster".
You are the 3rd person to search for it here.The number has a total of 8 complaints filed against it.
Latest people reported the number as that of "Dean Graziosi, Worker Troll Nick"
I called the number back and it tells you to hold for the next available operator (without saying what company you are calling). A man came on the line next and began asking how I was doing. After some back and forth he finally said that he was with the Dean Graziosi Real Estate Investment Group. These are the people you see on TV scamming to sign up people for their FREE classes which they want you to pay $2k for.
I got several calls on my land line and cell. They do not leave a message. I went to a free seminar a couple of weeks ago. This is not a scam by any means. It is a terrific real estate marketing program FOR THE RIGHT PERSON. If you are the right person you have already looked into it and maybe have signed up by now. They are a little too pushy though for the average Joe (or Joanne) who is not inclined toward real estate investments or who is not a go-getter.
I attended a real estate seminar a couple of weeks ago. I did not wish to participate in their offer. I received numerous calls from this number after the seminar, never receiving a voice mail. I finally answered, as I don't usually answer numbers I don't know. It was a follow up call from the seminar, I told them I was not interested. This number is still calling me...............they need to stop
They want 2 grand to get you started. They have all these properties that are flood damaged that no one wants to buy. They tell you about how your gonna make all this money but good luck selling houses that no one wants to buy. Dean Graziosi is not a real person! He is an imaginary mythological Troll that lies constantly and takes your money, him and his worker trolls are scammers.
I too attended the real estate seminar a couple of weeks ago, but declined their offer to purchase their "education" program valued at $2000. They did not and would not provide a tax receipt for this education and training purpose.
Do not fall for their 50 first callers that get a tablet as well. Its fake and not real!