Lori Pelzer

Lori Pelzer Review

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Published: 31 July 2019

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In 2001, Lori Pelzer stole the identity of her great-aunt, Lynn G. Yacoubian, to acquire a Capital One credit card in the name of “Home Assist Real Estate, LLC”, which Lori Pelzer used toward her beauty pageants, groceries, restaurants, haircuts, videos, cosmetic dentistry, and other personal sundries. Capital One declined to prosecute because Lori Pelzer paid the account. In 2002, Lori Pelzer stole the identity of her great-aunt, Lynn G. Yacoubian, to acquire a 1992 Ford Excursion from Ronnie Burns Ford located in Chesnee, South Carolina. Ronnie Burns Ford declined to prosecute because Lori Pelzer paid the account. Additionally, in 2002, Lori Pelzer and her brother, Xavier Troy Smith, cheated their great-aunt, Lynn G. Yacoubian, by promising to invest Yacoubian’s money in their real estate business, Home Assist Real Estate, LLC. Further, Xavier convinced Yacoubian to purchase distressed homes as investments. Instead, Xavier converted Yacoubian’s money for his personal use, leaving Yacoubian with two defaulted mortgages. Yacoubian sued and was awarded a judgment against Home Assist Real Estate, LLC in the amount of $26,500, and a judgment against Xavier Troy Smith in the amount of $95,743.69! Xavier Troy Smith is a realtor with Crown Realty Professionals in Conyers, Georgia. After Lori Pelzer, “The Real Estate Diva” and “The Beauty Queen of Fraud”, lost her real estate and beauty pageant empires, the notorious Lori Pelzer has reinvented herself as “The Be Inspired Success Seminar Diva”! loripelzer.com/ That’s how to do it Lori Pelzer; when one empire falls, build another until there’s nothing left to build.

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Scam investor

This person pretended to be a Japanese invester. Dr Shuji Endo. Fake IDs. This happened before I just add my scam as well. I wasn’t.

False advertising

I’ve been In search of a used / new transmission I find this place called engine world website looks professional called 2 separate times

Scammers, never return security deposit

I was scammed by this company for $1,478.68 on a security deposit that was supposed to be returned after car drop off. That never.

Fraud. Did not refund my Web hosting money.

I had placed an order for cpanel web hosting at techno savvy port at their site technosavvyport.com in May 21st, 2021. My account got

Item not as described; Refusing refund

This is a followup to a previous complaint that had been closed by the BBB because the company lied and said they would give me a refund


AVOID AVOID AVOID never ever been treated in this manner and received such a poor quality service from a dentist. Received a refund but

Work bully

No one dared to approach the office bully Jacqueline Stabach. Jacqueline Stabach believes she is being followed everywhere, and she might

Deceitful FMO

URGENT FMO FRAUD AND SCAMOK agentsI have to give my fellow agents a heads up!!! We as insurance agents  need to protect our business and