Can’t really comment on that, I wasn’t there. Hopefully the OP will know that is wrong. I’ve seen messy before, that’s all I can see from a photo.
Just so the OP knows, you are supposed to go back with muriatic acid and a wire brush to clean it up. There are also detailing tools to strike the proper ‘face’ on the mortar joint. People have little pride in their work anymore.
As for the drain, hard to tell from the photograph, depending on the year of build, but in my area, that would be an old tie-in to the mainline, for which the gutter downspout would discharge water into the sanitary sewer. No longer allowed, of course, now that we treat our water. Usually, I’ll see them capped off or filled with concrete.
Start with describing what you see and cannot see.
I see a substandard mortar repair. However, due to the repair material, I cannot see the damage if any.
If you see mortar cracking or deterioration, you can call that out along with the concerns with the repair attempt.
As far as the pipe, similar. You see a pipe, you do not know its purpose. Is it causing a problem? Is there more steel/iron pipe in the home? Does it appear to be connected or is this pipe obsolete? Is it in poor condition?