And so he did a couple interviews with what he assumed was the FTC and then they said that they needed a check for $3249. as a processing fee and so he sent that money to them and now he's not heard back from the company," the BBB's Colleen Smith said.
If you believe that you have been the victim of consumer fraud perpetrated by this company, please take the time to report the crime to the Attorneys General of both Nevada and Montana, as well as the Attorney Generals of the state where you reside and the state where your timeshare is located.
You can report timeshare scams to the Attorney General of Nevada by clicking HERE.
You can report timeshare scams to the Attorney General of Montana by clicking HERE.
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