In mid-December FFRS called me to tell me they had recovered something like $ 22,700.00 and therefore
I needed to send a Cashier's Check for $ 4995.00 to them. I explained to Frank that I only had $ 4200.00 to my name and I would send that the next day.
We talked about the other $795.00 and agreed he could hold that amount from the Time Share fees he was supposed to be getting. When my wife looked online several days later all the charges were still there except $ 7000 . I immediately picked up the phone and called him to let him know the $15,700.00 was still charged to me. He said not to worry that it would be gone when we received our monthly statement. Well guess what ? it was still there.
This is around the time he was in a meeting, not in the office yet, etc. I left some 20 plus messages for him to call me back because he had only earned $ 1540.00. This meant he owed me $ 2660.00 as an overpayment. Along about this time the phone stopped being answered ; just leave a message an we will get back to you ASAP. After a while the phone quit ringing, but I kept trying it anyway.
After a lot of research I found out Suite 310 was a box number at UPS and Frank McHugh was working with American Judicial Advocates. I called their number and got Frank, he said to fax him December, January, February, March, and April statements and he would take care of it. Since that day I've talked to him once and he said Anita was taking care of it. I've called over 75 times and every time I get the same thing: "I ll have him call you back".
Well, I'm a persistant person and I'll keep calling until he pays me the $ 2660.00 I'm owed or the phones don't work anymore. Maybe I should consider charging default interest, say about 29.9%.