He is accused of contacting the victim earlier this year about a promised timeshare sale. Pucci allegedly said that he could help the woman sell the property, but only after she agreed to wire him "fees related to the sale". The victim states she sent him $1,500, but the timeshare was never transferred or sold. Believing she was the victim of a timeshare scam, she alerted authorities and was able to provide them with enough evidence for him to be found and arrested!
This woman deserves our respect and congratulations for refusing to be a victim. By taking the time to report the crime, she has likely saved many other timeshare owners who might otherwise have also been taken in by what appears to be another fake closing cost timeshare telemarketing scam!