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Complaint Review: Right Choice Transfer
Right Choice Transfer2245 W. 190th St. Torrance, California USA
Right Choice Transfer Total fraud-breach of contract-RCT won't pay resort fees--ETA time of completion 2-4 years not 6-9 months Torrance California
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On 11/20/2012 we paid Right Choice Transfer (RCT) almost $4000 to transfer our timeshare title. The process was suggested to take 6-9 months. Over the course of 16 months RCT transferred our file to three different subcontractors, none have been successful and we are in title clearing with the third subcontractor. In Feb 2014 I received our annual maintenance bill from our resort. RCT refused to pay it. They alleged that original paperwork (from 2013) was not returned to the first subcontractor within stipulated timeframe per contract. Even after faxing UPS tracking/certified mail slip proving documents were received within timeframe, RCT refused to pay or make contact with us and making contact with RCT is excruciating and time consuming. They refuse to communicate with us. We are on hold for DAYS (one day 13 hours) only to be hung up on or knowingly transferred to VM despite imploring to speak with a human. No VM messages were returned, including calls placed to our “personal representative” Tyler Courtad.
On 03/25/2014 I called subcontractor for update and they informed me they were “having issues with the resort” so completion of our transfer ETA……2-4 YEARS!!! And we would be responsible for all fees during that time. If I paid $400 to one of their subcontractors right now, they would pay 75% of any future fees. Right, like I am going to give them any more money.
See my on-line video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zydRB1VlLoI
This complaint was filed with LA BBB for breach of contract but RCT did not respond. I have also filed complaints with the FTC for fraud and CA and SC attorney General.
RCT is employing fraudulent business tactics (fraud in the inducement):
RCT advertizes A+ rating with the BBB, but actual rating is F.
RCT states “time is of the essence” which implies quick execution of process…how can they promise this when they refuse to communicate?
RCT creates urgency to sign contract by stating “at any moment your resort could be added to the dreaded “cannot get out of” list.
RCT promises full refund if unable to execute transfer. This is deceptive and a misrepresentation; and perhaps a violation of TSR Section 310.3(a)(2)(iv). RCT can drag out process for years without being in breach of contract with no intention or obligation to refund monies.
Deceptive trade practices:
RCT’s blatant and flagrant refusal to communicate with client inhibits consumer’s right to obtain information and/or to enforce a contract.
RCT does not provide customer with written contract prior to payment. While this complies with TSR Section 310.3(a)(1), I believe RCT chose to withhold written contract and utilized oral disclosure in an effort to misrepresent some aspects of the contract (a violation of TSR Section 310.3(a)(2)(iii)?).
RCT falsifies dates in which documents are received to avoid financial obligation.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/28/2014 08:30 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Right-Choice-Transfer/Torrance-California-90504/Right-Choice-Transfer-Total-fraud-breach-of-contract-RCT-wont-pay-resort-fees-ETA-time-1134400. 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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