Kim from Massachusetts claimed that her elderly mother was scammed for a total of $2,400. The frail and elderly woman was promised that the self-proclaimed "timeshare reseller" had found a buyer for her unwanted timeshare who was willing to pay $11,800. She was promised money within 90 days (which not surprisingly is the traditional cut off date for when many credit card companies will decline a charge back attempt). She made a payment of $1,850. and then was pressured to submit a second payment of $550. for unexpected "closing fees".
If you have been scammed by this group, please take the time to report the crime to the Florida Attorney General at
1-866-9 NO SCAM or by filling out an online economic crimes report by clicking HERE.