Follows is an except from the published alert: "... In October 2011, the Better Business Bureau received its first complaint from a client of First American Services. The complaint states that the owner of the timeshare property was approached with the opportunity to sell a Mexican resort plot for $22,500. Soon after responding to the mailer, the owner was asked to pay a "transfer fee" of about $1,150; after wiring that to a Mexican bank account, the owner then paid "closing and administration fees" of $3,450. Within a few days of transferring that payment, the owner was then told to wire another $3,400 for "closing costs." The owner refused to pay more money, complained to First American Service's management, and demanded a refund of the fees already paid. According to the complaint, First American Service's management promised a refund, but the timeshare owner has not yet seen a return of his cash.
Maybe the company will respond to the complaint? “Not likely,” Manista predicts. A BBB staff member visited the company’s stated address, which happens to be in a prominent OKC office building. “There’s no company in the directory beginning with the letter F, and the building staff didn’t recognize the company name as being associated with any tenant.."