Report: #969407

Complaint Review: Fredrick Asmussen

  • Submitted: Wed, November 14, 2012
  • Updated: Wed, November 14, 2012
  • Reported By: Jim — San Diego California United States of America
  • Fredrick Asmussen

    United States of America

Fredrick Asmussen Claimed to want to buy my timeshare, to get me to send a check Internet

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Same scam as two others reported here - Fredrick Asmussen claimed to want to buy my timeshare after seeing it on (borderline rip-off there, but another story).  

After a few e-mails establishing asking price and such, I received the exact same e-mail explaining that he and his broker were traveling, and he has sent me a cashier's check for $2900 - I'm to deduct $500 earnest money, and send a $2400 check to Alvin Ranit.

I will be taking the cashier's check to law enforcement authorities to see if there is any way to bust this clown.
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