Monday, July 23, 2012


Thomas Wesley, a Twenty-three years old man, was arrested and prepared for lying to a timeshare owner that he sold his timeshare for him. Though he did not actually sell the timeshare he accepted $30,000 from the seller. Wesley is now scheduled at the Palm Beach Local lock up and is being held with a $3,000 bail. 

After receiving several beefs from Gary Zoromski of Michigan, investigators began looking into the situation and discovered that Wesley together with two others have been conning timeshare owners into believing that they'd help them sell their timeshare at a cost. Zoromski stated that he was called by a person named Jim Reynolds who informed him that his timeshare had been sold and he needed to pay the closing costs before the deal would close. After wiring the money, Zoromski discovered that his timeshare hadn't been sold and he had been defrauded by these 3 men. 

One important thing to remember is to never pay an front-loaded charge. Many corporations have started scamming timeshare owners by convincing them that they're a credible business. Whenever a company or business asks for an upfront charge be sure to do your analysis and always be sure to check with the Better Business Bureau.

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