Why Is ‘Flip or Flop’ Being Sued? These Are the Details of the Lawsuit

Flip or Flop is the show known best for showing people how they could turn a run-down house into a livable, profitable home easily — or, we guess you could say, it was the show that taught you how to flip a home. Co-stars Tarek and Christina El Moussa (now Christina Anstead) were your guides to buying unpopular property and giving it a new life.

Recently, both Tarek and Christina were listed in a complaint filed to the Federal Trade Commission about misleading real estate classes. The legal issue has both stars in hot water, and many fans wanting their questions answered.

What are the details of the Flip or Flop legal issues?

According to the Orange County Register, the complaint was filed on Oct. 4 by Utah’s Attorney General against classes hosted by Zurixx LLC, a company that promised “free” real estate classes, but convinced their students to sign up for more expensive classes as a scam.

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The truth is that Tarek and Christina make it look easy, but flipping real estate is hard. And even if your favorite celebrities endorse a class, it’s probably better to proceed with caution — especially when it comes to real estate. 

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Anyone who signed up for the three-day class was then encouraged to sign up for new credit accounts and increase those amounts. Once the participants did so, they would then encourage them to sign up for even more real estate training — costing over $41,000. I don’t know about you, but that doesn’t seem very “free.”

Zurich LLC has refunded people who made complaints but that doesn’t deter from their false advertisement for their classes.

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