• Report: #993625

Complaint Review: executive timeshare marketing

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  • Submitted: Tue, January 08, 2013
  • Updated: Wed, January 09, 2013

  • Reported By: ren — brick New Jersey United States of America
executive timeshare marketing
3860 west commercial blvd. tamarak, florida 33309 Internet United States of America

executive timeshare marketing arlene halpin salesperson sent them a $317 check and never heard from them again. Internet

*General Comment: never pay upfront fees

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Sales person Arlene Halpin called and told me she would sell my existing time share for the fee of $317.
After months passed by I tried calling her to see if there was any progress on selling my timeshare but there was no answer. I found out that the Executive Timeshare marketing company was a fraud.

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#1 General Comment

never pay upfront fees

AUTHOR: RoseW - (United States of America)

If they ask for large upfront fees, of course it is a fraud, but at least you learned your lesson: Never pay upfront fees to get rid of your timeshare. I know a company that can give you a totally free consultation on how to proceed now, this is their website:

http://www.timesharescam.com/

good luck with everything, and thanks for the heads up
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