- Report: #585890
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Complaint Review: Realty Trade Marketing
Realty Trade Marketing14 E Washington St. Suite 306 Orlando, Florida United States of America
Realty Trade Marketing David Stamper D. Stamper Lied about what was in contract, never talked w/ a buyer. He said I would be talking w/ him daily Orlando, Florida
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I'm requesting my $1395.00 back cause I have never received a verbal offer as David Stamper said I would. I did receive 2 emails with no response from either one. I could never get a hold of David Stamper after he said I would talk with him daily if I needed to. He give me his number and ext. but when I called it, his name was not on the ext any longer. And this was the 2nd day. I called the customer service about the people and they said they may be interested in another property. Thats why they didnt contact me. I think it is pretty fishy that no one would contact a buyer if they were at all interested.
I called customer service with out any response and left messages after message and they did not call me back. I think the emails they sent me are phony and fictitious and there is not a real person. When they send an email it is "network database" not Realty Trade that you would look for. I also think they have caller ID screen the calls so they dont have to speak to you.
I want my refund of $1395.00 back because you did not fill your obligation of giving us an offer.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/26/2010 01:17 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Realty-Trade-Marketing/Orlando-Florida-32801/Realty-Trade-Marketing-David-Stamper-D-Stamper-Lied-about-what-was-in-contract-never-tal-585890. 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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