"...Financial Intelligence Group, Inc., purportedly working in Buena Park, CA and possibly working in conjunction with Waddell Realty in Georgia — although in both instances it seems likely that the identities of real companies may have been hijacked to give the scammers an appearance of legitimacy.
A near victim of Financial Intelligence happens to have a friend who is an attorney, and that friend looked into the deal for her. The attorney said this to me, “A friend contacted me yesterday about a suspicious telephone call she had received from a David Taylor purporting to represent the Financial Intelligence Group, Inc. in Buena Park, CA, who offered to buy her Mexican timeshare interest at The Grand Mayan for nearly twice the purchase price.
“I advised her that it is a scam. I investigated the website, and learned that this version was created in March 2016, from an IP address that hosts 912 other websites with frequent changes. Under the heading of Commercial Real Estate, I saved the image and found that it was labeled Waddell Realty, a firm out of Columbus, GA, using the images, text and entire pages lifted directly from its website.”
Those are pretty good indications of a scam, and there was a bit more as well to seal the deal. Final conclusion: Yeah, it’s a scam. Stay away from them and do not under any circumstances send them any money!..."
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