Xavier Troy Smith

Xavier Troy Smith Review

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Published: 14 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 for Aggressive Realty, LLC. aggressiverealtyllc.com .

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TOTAL SCAM. BEWARE

This company doesn’t ever provide leads. They take your money and your credit card info and NEVER send leads. They will continue to charge

Place and food is disgusting

The staff is the worst part of this place.  They are dirty, rude and just straight up gross.  White chick with dark hair was literally

Price is too high

All my issues were solved, but they tried charging me more than what I had expected. They said it would be about 125 an hour and that it

Don’t Do It

I can’t believe you all are still in business with the shady dealings you all have going on. Paid for expedited shipping, received the

Scammed

We ordered $375. worth of products and never received nothing,  they kept the money and no response from them. Totally disappointed and

Fraud

I sent $409 for an upper. He said he could only use Zelle. Well that was the same as sending cash. No response to any emails (lots of

A scam

This company does not allow you to register or use the prepaid card from Anthem I have tried numerous times to activate this card on their

Crooked, disbarred, money-grubbing lawyer

Managing Lawyer Izzy Yetnikoff was an outrageous exercise in futility, exertion and cash for me. Legal counsel Izzy Yetnikoff has brought