The complaint has been investigated and
resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved BML Marketing — fraudulent sales techniques
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
Robert Lupoli called regarding Timeshare resale. He said BML Marketing Co. was better than normal Timeshare resale company. He promised an advertisement on 6 web sites, sales ads submitted to over 1200 search generators. He also said the property would be marketed through targeted traffic and promotional presentations. The next day 10/30/2008 he emailed the credit card receipt and contract that I was supposed to sign and return to him. The receipt was from Timeshare Solutions for sales ads with 3 web pages. It was from a company (Timeshare Solutions) that I had never heard of and not for what we discussed. Making your sales pitch under one company name and billing under another is not right. He also forgot to mention the numerous BBB complaints (44 now) against his company. I
immediately emailed him back (10/30/2008)and told him to reverse the credit card transaction and that I did not want to deal with such an unethical company. I filed a complaint with the BBB and master card, but he refused to refund the $450.00 that he fraudulently charged against my card. I did not agree to any money being charged by Timeshare Solutions, I did not agree to 3 web pages instead of 6 web sites, I cancelled 10/30/2008 before contract was ever signed
and prior to any web pages were developed. My information was taken under fraudulent circumstances and services were not provided. The web page url's was sent to me on 11/09/2008. The web sites were not user friendly and hard to manipulate through. Photocopies of of the web pages were sent USPS later, but since I had requested everything be cancelled on 10/30/2008 I considered them to be unsolicited mail and did not return them. They have scammed enough money from me. Why should I waste more money on postage to send copies back to them?