BoldLeads does fake advertisement to sell their crap

I am a real estate agent and was planning to expand my business. I decided to contact this company, BoldLeads for getting great leads for my business which they claim to provide. I contacted and spoke with Paul and Lauren. These two people were the sales persons from the company and were in touch with me from start.

They promised that they would find sellers at their early stage and would revert back with a great list of such sellers. They even said that I would receive 1-2 listing per month, if I continued with the company. I paid them $200 which was a big amount. But, I was waiting for results.

In that month, the leads that they provided were all dead ends. Either they were looking for a free evaluation or never returned the call after our first interaction. Few even asked me bluntly not to call back. I was supposed to get leads which could have generated business for me. However, the leads that they provided were worthless.

After a month, they asked me to opt for another plan that would have costed me an extra of $250. I asked them to cancel the previous plan as well. However, they insisted to stay for a month to get the result.

I did not trust them and asked them to cancel it for good. After that, I did not get any calls from Paul or Lauren. Only, the billing department called me. They tried to charge my credit card every next month. I had to raise a dispute to get my money back, which I did.

After few months, my credit card was charged for $400 which happened just before I cancelled my credit card. Hence, I again filed a dispute. After this, I started getting calls from the billing team which started becoming abusive.

I tried to reach Paul. I wanted to make sure that the deal was closed. But, they did not respond. These guys used to call me numerous times a day before I signed up for their leads. Now, they were not even able to answer my voice mails.

Few days later, after sending a lot of mails and calling them many times, my case was sent to the collection department. Now, I started receiving abusive and insulting calls to pay them for the service that I never received.

Those people would call me at odd times and would threaten me to pay the money which I did not owed to them. I had to ignore their calls. I am still getting these blank calls and the billing team would bug me every now and then for my money.

BoldLeads is the worst company I have ever dealt with. I did not get the response that I was supposed to receive. Inspite of that fact, I never asked for a refund, just wanted to discontinue their service. But, they led me to this situation. Never let them get your credit card information, these guys are scammers.

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6 reviews

  1. Fake leads

    Very accurate, they are real scammers.
    This company Boldleads need to be looked at and taken down

  2. Stay Clear of BoldLeads Deceptive Sales Practices

    In early 2017, I was looking at a way to generate online leads. I bumped into BoldLeads. I signed on with them after the sales person told me I would convert 1 listing sale for every 20 leads they sent me. This didn’t happen.

    First, “leads” is very deceptive with this company. They are not leads. The company just runs Facebook ads offering a free valuation of their home. They aren’t interested in selling, they aren’t interested in talking with a Realtor —- they were enticed by a Free and Quick valuation of their home.

    About three months into the program, I contacted BoldLeads and told them their program was not providing any “leads” and that the salespersons representation of 1 listing for every 20 “leads” was not even close to materializing. I asked to terminate the contract….several times. It took two months and they finally sent me an email saying they were cancelling. But they didn’t. They just kept on charging my credit card.

    When I called them on this, I was told they don’t stand behind their salesperson’s representations (we, in the Real Estate business would lose our licenses for this kind of Blue Sky conduct…apparently at BoldLeads there is no problem saying what is needed to get the sale) and that they decided not to cancel my service (they never notified me of this or communicated to me….they just went on stealthily charging my card).

    Some may have some better experiences with this company. Mine, however, was one of deception and failure to deliver what their salesperson promised. You can easily learn to run your own “Free Valuation” advertisements on Facebook and save yourself a lot of money rather than using this scam service.

  3. I am experiencing the same! Worthless leads and the company is demanding payment. I am now being threatened by a collector who is very rude as well. There has to be a way to stop this.

  4. I signed up with Boldleads on April 26th and $200 per month plus $249 for advertising for a total of $549 per month. To date I have received 22 leads and none of them have converted despite calling texting and in-person meetings They are bad leads not Boldleads. Despite being bad I continue to follow up with them and try to convert them. I was getting 2-3 leads per day until 4 days ago then they suddenly stopped.
    I called customer support and emailed them several times but they don’t respond. Now I don’t know how to cancel this without going through the credit card dispute process because they don’t respond or talk to existing customers, only new ones so they can get your money.
    I hate to do this nut I am going to have to give them one star especially after how hard they sold me and the promises they made which are unfulfilled.

  5. So glad I’m not alone on this! Signed up with them with promised listings, received a lot of worthless leads. Paid them way too much money $250+$200/mo plus whatever it is to sign up like $700. Didn’t have any closings for a couple months and was out of money so I told them to cancel my subscription, they said no and they put my ad budget on hold but still charged me monthly. I just changed that to my maxed out credit cards which declined the payments oops. Then got charged the ad budget again, I fought that since I was locked out of my account and they refunded me. They just tried charging me again to my maxed out cc which was declined and now they’re sending me to collections for $1200 which is my remaining balance. Did anyone ever have to pay after they sent you to collections? Am I screwed now?

  6. They are Deceptive and Make False Claims

    I signed up with BoldLeads. Immediately I received a lot of leads. Unfortunately, I also received emails, texts and responses to my phone calls that were angry and I was accused of false advertising. Apparently, when a prospect signs in for their value on their home they are asked for their phone number and told that it is only for verification purposes. I was accused of being deceitful and Thad they would never do business with me. It’s embarrassing and damaging to my reputation. I apologized to those that would listen. But I should not have been out in that position by this company. Now they want to file collections on me.
    I’m going to take them to court if they do. And I welcome ANY of the other complainants to join me. I am also going to file a complaint with the state attorney generals office.

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West Chandler Boulevard 565
Chandler 85225 AZ US
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Status : Published
Reported Loss : 400 $
Location city : Chandler
Reported by : misty5
Category : Company
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