- Report: #949622
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: A.E.M. Real Estate Company, LLC
A.E.M. Real Estate Company, LLC22 West Washington Street Suite 1500 Chicago, Illinois United States of America
A.E.M. Real Estate Company, LLC Written Guararantee of Reimbursment - but how much do you have to send first ? Chicago, Illinois
*Consumer Comment: A.E.M. SCAM
*UPDATE Employee: AEM REAL ESTATE COMPANY-OFFICE
*Consumer Comment: A.E.M. proven a SCAM
*Consumer Comment: A.E.M. is a scam - dont send money
*Author of original report: Update - new information
*UPDATE Employee: A.E.M. Real Estate Company-Legitimate Company
*Consumer Comment: A.E.M. = SCAM
*UPDATE Employee: A.E.M. REAL ESTATE COMPANY, LLC COMPLETES 6 YEARS IN BUSINESS
*Consumer Comment: SCAM -- A.E.M. has no credentials
*UPDATE Employee: PLEASE ADVISE US OF YOUR FIRST-HAND EXPERIENCE WITH OUR COMPANY
*Consumer Comment: No, A.E.M. is a scam
*UPDATE Employee: A.E.M. Real Estate Company, LLC
*Consumer Comment: A.E.M. is a scam
*Consumer Comment: HAPPY CUSTOMER-A.E.M. REAL ESTATE COMPANY
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His name is Peter Williams and he is with A.E.M. Real Estate Company LLC. 22 West Washington Street Suite 1500 Chicago, Illinois 60602-1607 Tel: (312) 386-7747 Ext 6006 Fax: (312) 277-7516 www.aemrealestate.com email@example.comHe attached a Timeshare Purchase-Sale Guaranteed Contract in the amount of $36,600.00 USD (I paid $37,750. for it 2 years ago so it seemed reasonable).
He then set up an account with Elite Escrow, Inc. Park Place 5251 West 116th Place, Suite 200 Leawood, Kansas 66211-2011 PH: 913 815-8429 & 8430 FAX: 800 566-6987 www.eliteescrowinc.com firstname.lastname@example.org who will send me the cheque upon closing.
They then asked me to send $950 USD to their Mexican agent for the title search which I did. Their Mexican agent is Global Vacation System S de RL de CV, Av. Real Acueducto 360 A Piso 5, Puerta de Hierro Zapopan Jalisco C.P. 45116.
Now a week later, they asked me to send to the same agent $2,562 USD to cover 7% fee explained as follows: "Because you are not Mexican citizens or Mexican Immigrants, are selling a timeshare located in Mexico, and are enjoying a profit, the Mexican government requires that you register as foreign investors". Should I sent it to them or try to send it directly to the Mexican government instead? A.E.M. Real Estate Company also wrote: "They now place a lien against the escrow account and property until and unless their Foreign Registration Fee is paid" ... Is this possible? Should i pay it or walk away with a $995 loss ? Do they (Mexican government) really now have a lean against my timeshare ?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/02/2012 08:44 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/AEM-Real-Estate-Company-LLC/Chicago-Illinois-60602-1607/AEM-Real-Estate-Company-LLC-Written-Guararantee-of-Reimbursment-but-how-much-do-you-949622. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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