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Report: #1407736

Complaint Review: Smart Web Vacations -

  • Submitted: Sat, October 21, 2017
  • Updated: Sat, October 21, 2017
  • Reported By: Scam! — Seattle Washington USA
  • Smart Web Vacations

    ,
    USA

Smart Web Vacations Smart Web Vacations claims to be affiliated with Save On Vacations in Carlsbad California Ruthless Scam Playa Car & Playa del Carmen Quinta Roo

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 My Parents & i we’re invited to Smart Web Vacations for breakfast and were told we would receive $150.00 usd to listen to their promotion. After listening to their sales pitch we were convinced this might be great for us! We were told they had a broker that would buy our existing time share and put a check in front of us for $19,500.00 . After much convincing we were told we needed to pay up $10,000.00 usd for maintenace to make it current, I gave my visa to a Mexican man In the office to make the payment which had to be done in pesos and small increments so I was not taxed he used a clip that attaches to his phone. When I returned home I called my visa to check on the transaction and I was charged $13,000.00 usd to my visa. My parents who are in their late 70’s and live on a fixed income lost $15,000.00 usd to join Smart Web Vacationsand were told that when they returned home the broker would be in contact with them immediately to finalize the transaction and with in 4 weeks they would receive a check for $55,000.00 for the sale of their timeshare. I’m sure all the names we were given are ficticous Edward Harris is probably in his 40’s and has a British accent, there is a Dutch guy who spoke Dutch to my parents Canadians and Americans. They are working out of a small office and I’m sure they are moving around. I hope the Mexican authorities would look into this fraud it’s not good for tourism! If anyone has the misfortune of running into these people take pictures of them!

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