- Report: #1082212
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Complaint Review: Timeshare Enhancement & Relief Project
Timeshare Enhancement & Relief Project6132 W Sahara Ave Las Vegas, Nevada USA
Timeshare Enhancement & Relief Project RR Closing Services Patrick Thompson Scammed me out of almost $9,000 by promising more timeshare avilability and a large refund in December Las Vegas Nevada
*Consumer Suggestion: Brain Patrick Thompson
*Consumer Comment: Timeshare Enhancement & Royal Elite Timeshare Scam
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On 5/21 of this year we met (at Denny's, no less.) That should have been my first clue. We talked to a very charming young man named Patrick Thompson. He told us that because we hadn't used either of our two timeshares, we had accumulated 52,500 worth of points which translated into about seven full weeks of vacation. He said they would pay the maintenance fees and all we'd have to pay was $199 per year and that I'd pay $8,980.00 up front
, but would get a refund of $12,000.00 in December. Now I'm completely mixed up, out almost $9,000.00 and don't know how to get in touch with Patrick, because the phone number he gave me is no longer in service; but I'm going to continue to find him.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/06/2013 09:13 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Timeshare-Enhancement-Relief-Project/Las-Vegas-Nevada-89146/Timeshare-Enhancement-Relief-Project-RR-Closing-Services-Patrick-Thompson-Scammed-me-o-1082212. 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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