...According to the complaints, Accent made unsolicited offers on behalf of an undisclosed client to buy time shares. Owners who agreed to sell then were referred to Legacy for closing services.The two entities then would instruct owners to wire thousands of dollars, purportedly for taxes and fees, to a Mexican bank account with promises that the buyer would reimburse the money at closing. Some owners complied with multiple payment requests, sending $10,000 or more. But no closings took place.."
The story also listed several names that were used by callers as part of the scam including Taylor Collins, Kelly Jacobs, Malcolm Levine, Michelle Palmer, Brent Sutter, Victor Leon, and Edward Rains. Whether any of these names are true identities or just another lie remains to be seen.
Prior Vacation-Times.org scam alerts were issued warning consumers about these companies in August and again in October.
If you believe that you have been a victim of consumer fraud perpetrated by these companies, please take the time to report the crime to the Tennessee Division of Consumer Affairs by clicking HERE.