Follows is an excerpt from an article in the Orlando Sentinel. http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2011-07-13/news/os-orlando-police-timeshare-scam-sear20110713_1_time-share-scam-orlando-police-raid-time-share-owners
"...70 employees were working in the second-floor office, east of Bennett Road. A few were detained after a check of everyone's identification, and some said police took their cell phones and other electronics. About two dozen workers watched from across the street after being released, many angrily denouncing the raid and police.
No one was arrested.
Twenty of the employees are Orange County work-release inmates, corrections spokesman Allen Moore said. The company had passed a background check, and there had been no problems in the year that it had been authorized to employ people in work release, he said.
As of Wednesday, H.E.S. Systems is no longer part of the program.
Police said the company has had several incarnations under different names. None was doing legitimate business, investigators said....."
I have left a message with the Orange County Correction Department Media Relations Team to request information relating to the total number of work-release inmates that are currently employed by telemarketing copanies, but as yet have not gotten any type of response.