- Report: #821261
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Complaint Review: Trinity Financial Associates
Trinity Financial Associates3422 Old Capitol Trail, Suite 700 Wilmington, Delaware United States of America
Trinity Financial Associates Mathew Holden Claimed to have a client-buyer for timeshare membership, then demanded "Document Stamp Tax" from me. Wilmington, Delaware
Smelling a rat, I looked up the Document Stamp Tax requirement in Florida, where this transfer of title was to be accomplished. I found that the amount of this tax should be $134.40 and that this fee may be paid by either the buyer or the seller. I confronted Mathew Holden, who quickly promised to take this up with his legal department and hung up. I looked up Trinity Financial Associates on their website (removed as of Jan. 11) and called their number to confront them.
They do not ever answer their phone, but ask callers to leave a message. I found the phone number for the Smiths, who also never answer their phone. Mathew has never gotten back to me, and now he does not answer his phone. Luckily I did not send money to anyone, and I left messages with everyone, asking them to explain their positions. I am left with a beautiful, legal-looking contract to add to my collection of crooked timeshare offers.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/11/2012 01:55 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Trinity-Financial-Associates/Wilmington-Delaware-19808/Trinity-Financial-Associates-Mathew-Holden-Claimed-to-have-a-client-buyer-for-timeshare-me-821261. 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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