While digging for accurate information about Regal Assets, we came across several negative reviews.
For instance, a review published by Ripoffreport.com on November 23, 2013 accusing Regal Assets of engaging in deceptive advertising and failure to respect clients’ investment decisions.
Another reviewer in a post published on the same site on April 22, 2014 accuses Regal Assets of paying for positive endorsements on more than 200 websites and fronting fake five star reviews.
We also stumbled across a few unfavorable reviews on Complaintsboard.com. One reviewer declared that Regal Assets has figured the magic codes of gaming search engine results like google, Bings and yahoo search although no evidence was provided to prove those claims.
But we all understand the degree & efforts business competitors deployed to outplay a successful Brand in their Niche.
In contrast, the BBB revealed that it has not received any advertising/sales, billing/collection, product/service, delivery, or guarantee/warranty complaints reports related to Regal Assets in the last 12 months.
The BCA also states that it has received zero Regal Assets complaints in the last 3 years.
This raises questions about the authenticity of the various complaints posted just on a single website that is not accredited. With this in mind, failure to register complaints with reputable bodies such as the BBB or BCA does not necessarily absolve Regal Assets of the alleged improprieties.
Nevertheless, we believe the burden of proof is on consumers who post negative reviews to provide concrete evidence to support their claims so that they can help other potential IRA gold investors from being Vulnerable.