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New York Financial Recovery Timothy Maxwell Sale of Timeshare fraud, promised they had a buyer New York, New York
9th of Nov, 2010 by User377948
New York Financial Recovery promised to sell my Wyndham timeshare for $607,000 to a buyer, who had put supposedly $121,400 down as a deposit, and I paid $3517.00 for closing cost and title transfer on August 30, 2010. To follow up on this deal, I have tried at least a dozen times to get Timothy Maxwell on the phone (X802), but the phone message was always that he was unavailabe. I have come after 2 months to the conclusion that this whole matter might be a scam and that it would be wise to warn orher potential vicims.

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