Report: #835909

Complaint Review: First Capital Financials

  • Submitted: Wed, February 08, 2012
  • Updated: Wed, February 08, 2012
  • Reported By: Gisele Schaefer — Round Rock Texas United States of America
  • First Capital Financials
    8275 S Eastern Avenue, Suite 200
    Las Vegas, Nevada
    United States of America

First Capital Financials Andrew Devaney, Tracy Callaghan, Olivia Sullivan,Jasmine, Adele They were very click, even sent us a contract, and used all the right words. They looked very official Las Vegas, Nevada

*Consumer Comment: Advance fee scam

Show customers why they should trust your business over your competitors...

We had been trying to sell our Timeshare and they sent us a contract which we had a legal person review and then continued on with little pressure, making you trust them.  They took our money, almost $2400 as a processing fee that was to be refundable and then even sent some other really official looking documents to keep us at bay until they probably closed up shop and ran not only with our money but with so many others money.  This was the most elaborate scam I have ever seen.  The individuals need to caught, prosecuted and made to pay back every dollar
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#1 Consumer Comment

Advance fee scam

AUTHOR: MovingForward - (USA)

Don't send money to anyone if you are selling something. Why would you pay an advance fee to *sell* a property and then expect a refund?

Anytime you have an offer to sell your timeshare and you have to pay money, run away from the offer. The reason they tell you that they will refund the deposit is to make you feel better. It is a clear indication of a scam when they ask for upfront money with the intention to refund at a later date.  Better yet, report them to the AG of your state.

It is a scam. There is no buyer. The contract is there to make it look official. Did they have you send the money via Western Union or some other untraceable way? That is a red flag too. NEVER SEND MONEY THAT IS UNTRACEABLE AND UNRECOVERABLE.

Don't be so anxious to give your money away.
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