- Report: #1049611
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Complaint Review: Resort Solutions Trust
Resort Solutions Trust11350 66th street north Largo, Florida USA
Resort Solutions Trust Selling Timeshare Property, but send me money first Largo Florida
*Consumer Suggestion: Timeshare Resale Scam
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David Stewart of Resort Solutions Trust called giving the following information:
11350 66 Street North, Largo, FLA 33773 and phone # 1-877-299-4778 with the company's license # of TC 3342 and his personal license of TP3059
He said he had a buyer for our timeshare @ $17,900. He required that we submit a $1,250 filing fee before the transaction could be completed. After I balked at providing any money, he then tried to convince me he was legitimate. I told him that I would call back after confirming with the FLA BBB and he said that they didn't subscribe to the BBB because they already had a "great reputation". When I asked him to provide the number for FLA's real estate commission or agency, he claimed not knowing it.
He then tried to convince me that I would be sorry for passing up this opportunity. I told him I would call him back after I investigated further. I then contacted Resort Solutions Inc and they warned me that this was most likely a scam and had not contacted me about an offer.
When I did a *69 on my phone to provide me with the number of the last incoming call, it was 727-546-4778. When I looked up the number via Yahoo, the number reported was for Resort Solutions Trust and listed it as a scam.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/09/2013 11:46 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Resort-Solutions-Trust/Largo-Florida-33773/Resort-Solutions-Trust-Selling-Timeshare-Property-but-send-me-money-first-Largo-Florida-1049611. 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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