- Report: #1111467
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Complaint Review: Frank Visicaro /Viscaro
Frank Visicaro /ViscaroHillsborough County, Florida USA
Frank Visicaro and Frank Viscaro Beware of this rip-off real estate scammer Hillsborough County Florida
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Beware of Frank Visicaro a.k.a. Frank Viscaro. Currently he is a Realtor for Realtec Group and used to be with Charles Reutenberg. I was also a victim of this scammer. I won't post details other than it was a real estate transaction where he told his appraiser to "kick up the value to the high end" in order to make a LARGE profit. Talk about fraudulent appraisals and inducement!
If you check Hillsborough County Court Records in Florida, there are many pages listed showing him as Plaintiff and Defendant. It also appears there are other complaints about him on this website. I accidentally discovered in court records (after making a typo) that he has a second name "Viscaro" with the second "i" missing. Agains, tons of lawsuits in the county court records.
Is it worth the risk? Legitimate Realtors don't have this type of activity in court records! BEWARE!
I won't respond to any postings. Let the county court records speak for themselves.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/29/2013 12:36 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Frank-Visicaro-Viscaro/Hillsborough-County-Florida/Frank-Visicaro-and-Frank-Viscaro-Beware-of-this-rip-off-real-estate-scammer-Hillsborough-1111467. 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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