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US Timeshare owners lose million`s

SILVER SPRING, MD  – “I won a trip, so I asked a girlfriend to go with me,” Sheridan Hill said.

Hill has a passion for travel. In December 2014, she even flew to Florida to sit through a timeshare pitch just to get a free trip. “I kept telling myself you’re not going to buy anything, don’t buy anything, don’t buy anything!  But, you kinda get sucked in,” she said. Sheridan thought she’d have a place to getaway and make a little money, too. One year later, she was thrilled when the Resort Property Management company or RPM, called to assure her they had clients to rent her timeshare. “And, they said that they would rent it out at $2100 a week,” she said. Anchor and consumer correspondent Lesli Foster said, “The thing that roped you in was the promise of money.” read more

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Timeshare fraud and Timeshare Scam: 8 tips to detect if you are a victim.

Call ITRA Sindapore right away if you were told these lies while purchasing a timeshare contract

The timeshare industry has two faces: on the one hand, has guaranteed vacations in beautiful and luxury suites at amazing places and promise to be less expensive over time to travel through a travel agent. On the other hand, unfortunately is also rife of deception, misrepresented promises and scams by unscrupulous sellers who are not interested in nothing but their welfare despite leaving an innocent purchaser with unnecessary debt. read more

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Have Bad Investment Decisions Eroded Your Savings

You are not alone? Doing nothing about it may not be the best option. 80% of financially injured victims suffer in silence. The rest 20% act to seek legal restitution.
Create A Crowd & Learn About Your Rights For A Refund At Our Cost – If you belong to the 20% – We Would Like To Hear From You! read more

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Scammers jailed for £3m land banking fraud that tricked hundreds across the country

FIVE people have been jailed for a combined total of 29 years for being part of a £3m land banking fraud which scammed more than 300 victims from across the country.

Land banking fraud involves investors being contacted with cold calls, mail shots, brochures or websites and encouraged to purchase plots of land in the belief they are investing in land that will significantly increase in value. read more