The con artists are believed to have used fake names as well as the names of actual real estate agents to try and create the illusion of legitimacy. Even the business name itself is an example of this tactic, as the WorldMark brand is a well known timeshare system under the Wyndham umbrella of companies.
The action alleges that the telemarketing firm sent consumers a purchase agreement signed by a fake buyer, and then asked for thousands in upfront fees for fake closing costs and taxes. Consumers who paid these fees were then contacted again and asked for even more fees. Consumer complaints state that after paying these fees, no timeshare resales ever occurred and no refunds were able to be obtained.
If you believe that you were also a victim of this timeshare scam, please contact the Florida Attorney Generals office at