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Report: #1404644

Complaint Review: managing system development - Charlotte North Carolina

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  • Reported By: Jamiyla C. — Brooklyn New York USA
  • managing system development 6135 Park South Drive Charlotte, North Carolina USA

Managing System Development, Joseph W. Wilson, and Cynthia Reva Managing System Development, Joseph W. Wilson, and Cynthia Reva Rescinded On Refund For Services Not Rendered. Fraud Alert! Charlotte North Carolina

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Jason Davis of Managing System Development, LLC contacted my mom (a senior citizen) regarding selling our shared timeshare in Mexico for the price of $19,000 and emailed both of us a Purchase Offer. In the purchase order they noted charging the owners 7% commission which must be paid at closing. Following that, Joseph Wilson sent an Exclusive Resale Contract as well as the Purchase Offer again.

Once that was signed, Cynthia Reva, Escrow Agent, emails asking for additional documentation "to begin the Title Search of your membership. Please complete the Transfer of Ownership Agreement as well as the Guaranteed Escrow/ Agreement." The documentation also provided Wire Transfer Instructions for the Title Search Fee of $650.00 USD to a bank in Mexico. 

I spoke directly with Joseph Wilson to confirm the telephone worked and he seemed legit. I was able to speak with him at the number listed in his email on several occasions. He assured me, on the telephone and via email that "Once the wire transfer is completed please provide us with a copy of the wire transfer receipt for tracking and reimbursement purposes." 

Reva replied via email: "We at Title Trading Holdings Corporation, LLC have received the necessary documentation to begin with the transferring of your property including the wire transfer receipt for the Title Search Fee. Your broker will contact you as soon as the funds have reflected into the established escrow account." The very same day Wilson sent an email confirming receipt of payment and attaching a "Guarantee Letter of Reimbursement for the amount that you will be receiving at the end of the purchase transaction including the Mexican Administration Fee."

Next Reva sent an email: "As per your conversation with Mr. Joseph Wilson in regards to the Mexican Administration fee attached you will find the letter that we received from the SAT offices in Mexico requesting this fee as well as Guarantee Letter of Reimbursement and Wire Transfer Instructions needed to conduct this deposit. Total will be $1,500.00 USD." Though they promised it woudl be reimbursed, I refused to pay.

This was in May 2017. It is not October 2017. I have called and emailed all parties several times but have never heard from them again. I have tried the number provided and no one answers. The website no longer works. These people are scammers and need to be stopped!

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