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Charleston Man Gets More Than Three Years in Federal Prison for Timeshare Fraud

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CHARLESTON, WV—United States Attorney Booth Goodwin announced today that David Brandon Ball, 35, of Charleston, was sentenced to 37 months in federal prison for defrauding timeshare owners throughout the United States and Canada. Ball and an associate, David Andrew Glynn, formed Mountain State Resales, LLC (MSR), a bogus company used to defraud timeshare owners of money. Ball and his associates ... Read More »

    Timeshare Resale Scam Infographic

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    The FTC gets clever and puts of a great infographic on timeshare resale scams. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Need More Help? Read More »

      Timeshare Fraud Reaches New Low in Florida. Victims Resold to Recover Scammed Money.

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      Inbound Marketing Advisors, American Recovery Task Force, National Recovery Task Force, Fortune Property Management & Investments, Kevin Bates, and Anthony Passaro were all named as defendants in a lawsuit brought by the Florida Attorney General in an effort to stamp out timeshare fraud. The Attorney General alleges that the defendants bought lists of consumers that fell for claims by marketing ... Read More »

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