A timeshare scam that bilked thousands of dollars from unsuspecting clients by offering phoney vacations to places like Hawaii and Las Vegas, has resulted in the arrest of two people in Sacramento, Calif.
Tagged: Timeshare Scam
Just in the United States alone State Attorney General offices and other enforcement agencies across the nation have been inundated with timeshare resale and rental complaints, so much so that some State Attorneys General have moved many of these timeshare resale scammers to the top of their investigative plates.
Zamri Zainal…..The mastermind of a million dollar timeshare scam is out after serving his sentence…..The time to strike is NOW!
Mr. Zamry was released from Police Custody on the 2nd of February 2017.
Zeal Corporation, Double Z, Axial Management, Max Mega, United Wealth Management, Aztex International, ProBiz & ENC are the companies for which Zamri de facto directed. Under the pretence of providing a solution to disgruntled timeshare owners who were looking to sell or terminate their ownership to cut losses, he dragged them into greater financial loss by making false promise of returns and charging further hefty amounts to those who fell for their trap.
They are all coming out of the woodwork this week! Further to reporting on the resale company Pana Travel yesterday, we have also been notified of another scam that is being operated out of the UK. This company is playing off the back of the recent claims that have been awarded in Spanish Courts to ITRA in regard to contracts purchased in perpetuity and with floating weeks. We have reported on several consumer wins over the past few months in relation to these cases.
Timeshare Reseller Accused of Cheating Consumers Out of Thousands says ITRA SingaporeSeptember 17, 2015
Anchorage, Alaska — September 17, 2015 – ITRA Singapore reviewed a complaint given to the Better Business Bureau serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington has recognized a pattern of complaints concerning sales practices and refund issues of Carriage House Travel Inc. which has a virtual office address in Kirkland, Washington, but now appears to be out of business.