- Report: #683512
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Complaint Review: Corporate Resorts
Corporate Resorts3651 Lindell Road Suite D Las Vegas, Nevada United States of America
Corporate Resorts Vacation Resorts International Tried to sell my St.Thomas Timeshare to a Corporation who was willing to buy 120 total due to tax break from Govt. Las Vegas, Nevada
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Received call from Jon Stevens July 5th from Corporate Resorts looking for people interested in selling their time shares in St. Thomas. He needed to find 120 units and didn't matter where they were located in St. Thomas. They had a client(corporation) who received a deal with the Govt. for $1 Million to purchase these units while the corporation receives a huge tax break. I bought into it by giving them my Credit card number for $1,500 (July 6th) and then again for some reason they split it by charging my card for another $538.31(July 7th) by International Resorts Exchange. I was recorded by April Mendoza( for my protection)??? The whole transaction would take 45 to 60 days. Completed by end of Oct 2010. On Sept 15th Jon Stevens called saying they ran into a snag considering this was a new venture for them. They then required another $2995 to help pay for the closing costs. This is when Dan Monaco aka. Michael Muise & Frank Rizzo's son (didnt know this before hand)came on the phone and told me about his background. He has been running this business for over 9 years now and he can be trusted and not to listen to all of the people out there yelling SCAM and BEWARE since they were most likely ex employees. He mentioned to me that his company had received a good rating with D&B! He then mentioned that the deal should be closed by beginning of Nov. and they will fly us to Las Vegas to sign the paperwork. I was told to contact Anthony Moore if I had any questions in Customer Service. I faxed them the information they required from my checking account for $2,995.00. The check was cashed in by Corporate Resorts U.S.A. at Bank of America location in Las Vegas. On Nov. 3rdth I called the office threatening to call the Police and whoever I could to get them in trouble if no one called me back. I was calling them on a daily basis the previous week with no call backs. That day I received a call back from an arrogant Harvey Brooks who is the Director of Customer Service. He told me to calm down and that everything is fine with the transaction . They have 120 contracts to close and it will take some more time to close on them since there is a lot of paper work and the IRS is looking over all of the purchases. I asked him where he was located, he then told me the discussion we had was over, not to call back and to wait for the check in the mail. I spoke to Harvey Brooks again on Dec. 17aftercalling them and leaving messages for the previous several days. He told me that hes sorry he didnt get back to me since his wife was being tested in the hospital and Anthony Moore was down in Texas working with the Corporation andthat the deal wouldhopefully be finished by the end of the year 2010
.I have been calling for the past 2 weeks leaving messages with the answering servicece for Dan Monaco, Harvey Brooks, April Mendoza and Anthony Moore No one has called back! Jan. 5th, Jan 6th, Jan 7th, etc. This is the Gods honest truth! I have contacted the FTC, B.B.B.,U.S. Postal service for mail fraud, Attorney General in Las Vegas and plan on calling the Attorney General in New Jersey as well.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/17/2011 08:30 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Corporate-Resorts/Las-Vegas-Nevada-89103/Corporate-Resorts-Vacation-Resorts-International-Tried-to-sell-my-StThomas-Timeshare-to-683512. 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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