I was told by John Garza in San Antonio that the earnest money would be refunded if I did not qualify for a mortgage loan. I have alot to say but am limited to 100 words so suffice to state that I was lied to by several people.
I was told I would be in a new home in 60 days . That was March 1st. I was highly pressured so much so that I was followed to my bank by the salesman because he said he needed the earnest money right away "to expedite the process." Salesman Roger Villa told me the money was used for credit repair and therefore not refundable. But nothing was done.
Sales woman Marjan said the money was used to "lock in the price of the property" yet I hadn't seen any property. A supervisor of sorts, Parker Scott said he needed to talk to some lawyers in Houston and he never called me back. I emailed the president of LGI, Mike Snider, and asked for his intervention and he never responded.
I told them from the start I am unemployed and a 100% disabled veteran and I was still promised a new house. In the meantime, I am not in a new home as promised and they're still sitting on my $500 earnest money.
Monetary Loss: $500.