- Report: #598978
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Complaint Review: RealtyTrade
RealtyTrade14E Washington St Internet United States of America
RealtyTrade I signed a contract stating they would produce offers within 6 months or refund my $1295.00. Cannot get a response after several calls & emails... no refund, Internet
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In mid year of 2009 I responded to an ad stating that I was guaranteed the sale of my timeshare. When I told them it was the Manhattan Club in NYC they said that it was a popular one and should be no problem. They encouraged me to get the $1295.00 fee in before the weekend because it would listed during a Trade Show. I expressed my concern to Hal Herrin, explaining that I had been ripped off twice and I wasn't going to be happy if it happened again. Hal told me not to worry.
I signed a contract that stated "If no reasonable offer was given in 6 months, my refund would be returned." I went into the hospital in 10/09 but when I got out in 12/09 I left voice mail message and sent 3 emails asking what the status was, as the 6 month deadline was up. I've received no response to date and I am not happy.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/01/2010 12:24 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/RealtyTrade/internet/RealtyTrade-I-signed-a-contract-stating-they-would-produce-offers-within-6-months-or-refu-598978. 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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