Complaint: 1 April 2017 Internet Spam report I have my timeshare up for sale on www.myresortnetwork.com. On march 17 I got a hit on that internet site from Exchange Global Closing Group (www.exchangegcg.com) re: the status of my time share. The info on the caller: Jonathan Magno Las Vegas, NV License State: NEVADA | License No: S0027721 Service areas: Henderson, Las Vegas, Green Valley Ranch 702-516-5686/702-582-7328 ) (www.exchangegcg.com and [email protected]). Manageru2019 s name: Kevin Martin I told him that it was still up for sale. He told me that he had a person that was interested, asked me several questions and then offered me $17039 for my timeshare. I told him that I was interested. On 17 March he sent me a contract signed and notarized by the potential buyers. He asked for $900 for legal work which I paid. The potential buyers had put down $3000. Everything was ready to go when I was advised that I owed $1700 for taxesu2026which I paid 20 March. The next item that appeared was insurance for the sending of a check for my payment. On 22 March I sent insurance ($850) which I would get back in my payment. At this point I was concerned that this was a scam. I contacted the buyer (Dominican Republic) and discussed the deal with Vincent Delucci and he said on his end everything was ok and he did not think it was a scam. They agreed to refund the legal fees. On 23 March I wanted them to send my payment by wire $700 ins), they revised the payment and deleted the $850. I was supposed to get the payment 31 March when the buyer had an issue and needed $500 to make. I agreed to send it to him and get a refund in my final payment. Having done that in the afternoon I did not get my payment nor reach any of the participantsu2026. Obviously I fell for a very clever scam. Over this period I developed a trust with the buyer I thought but was wrong. My loss $3800.
Tags: Internet Fraud
Address: Internet USA