• Report: #1025126

Complaint Review: Corporate Event Services Thiefs

  • Submitted: Thu, March 07, 2013
  • Updated: Thu, March 07, 2013

  • Reported By: Guenther — Santa Rosa California USA
Corporate Event Services Thiefs
159 North Dearborn Street, Chicago, Il 60601 Internet United States of America

Corporate Event Services Thiefs Brian Hayward- President, Matthew Bennett-Vice President-, Allan Rodriguez-Co Conspirator. Large scale fraud steeling from Corporations and retired 80 year old Timeshare owners Internet

*General Comment: Escrow companies don't exist in Mexico

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Corporate Event Services solicited us per telephone to trade our two Mexican Timeshares for $55,199 cash. Corporate Event Services has a buyer, money is in Escrow. To meet Mexican Law, we to wire transfer $3,864 sales tax to Bancomer Bank, Escrow department so that the funds can be send to us. We wired the money, did not get the $55,199, but received another request for $3,312 to pay Mexican Federal Sales Tax stating that Mexico has a new President and the Law has changed. Lies on top of Lies. We are in our 80th, do not have the additional money. To no avail we could not get a receipt that the $3,864 sales tax was paid, did not get a refund and all communication stopped. This company is not a Corporate Event Services company, do not belong to any BBB, may not have business licence to operate and are thieves. Corporations and individuals must not enter into any relationship with them, Brian Hayward, Matthew Bennett and Allan Rodriguez.

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#1 General Comment

Escrow companies don't exist in Mexico

AUTHOR: collins80j - ()

The resale agent will then ask the client to send a copy of their certificate of membership to verify the ownership. Once the ownership is verified, the resale agent will send a Transfer Form which outlines the resale agency’s fees to process the transfer. The scam is that the client is required to pay the transfer fee before the completion of the sale. In legitimate real estate transactions, the fees to the agent are paid at the end from the profits that the client receives from the purchaser. Once the transfer fee has been paid, the client has no recourse to try to recover the money from the resale agent should the sale not actually go through.

Escrow companies don't exist in Mexico

 

The resale agents claim to keep the purchaser’s money in an escrow account until the sale is completed. In reality, escrow accounts do not exist in Mexico. This fraudulent statement is made to try to instill confidence in the client by using a process that is common in the United States. In reality, the resale agents scam clients by having them pay their timeshare maintenance and monthly fees owed, as well as the transfer fees, and then they will stop replying to the client regarding the sale. The transfer will never go through, an escrow account will never be set up, and the purchaser is fictional. You should visit the blog from Mexican Timeshare Solutions to know more about this and how to get out of a timeshare scam, this is their webpage:

http://www.timesharescam.com/

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