- Report: #638036
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Complaint Review: prestige timeshare
prestige timeshare1000 w mcnabb rd pompano beach, Florida United States of America
prestige timeshare Took my money, also and ran pompano beach, Florida
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I was also ripped off by Prestige Timeshare, but I won in the end.
I received the same story about a doctor wanting to come to America and owning a timeshare was a good way to make it happen. I received all the same lame excuses about a delay in closing.
I wrote to my credit card, Bank of America, three times and was told since I gave them my card number, they wouldn't reverse the charges. After my third letter, B of A called me to explain why they couldn't help, but they gave a $200.00 credit on my card since I was a good customer. Now I'm only out $699.00 Over the course of about a year, I wrote to the Attorney General in Florida with all documentation about Prestige. They will assign a case worker to you.
After a while, the AG in Florida called to tell they ruled in my favor and I could expect a check for $899.00, taken from the $50,000.00 bond Prestige had to post to do business in FLorida. I received the check shortly after.
So you see, I not only won, but made an extra $200.00 in the process.
If you have already done so, I encourge you to write to the AG in Florida wilh all relative documentation before their bond is gone.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/06/2010 08:03 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/prestige-timeshare/pompano-beach-Florida-33069/prestige-timeshare-Took-my-money-also-and-ran-pompano-beach-Florida-638036. 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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