American Marketing Group — Scam
I had made inquiries about selling my time share and had been contacted by several marketing companies who all wanted an up-front payment with no guaranty of a sale. I was first contacted by 'Joe' at AMG who asked if I was still interested in selling my time share. I told him I was.
I was then contacted by 'John' who said they had a prospective buyer who had put down a deposit and was willing to pay $3.25 a point. I told him my minimum was $4 a point. John called back to say he had good news that the buyer was willing to go to $4. I asked him to e-mail his contract which he did.
I then got a call from 'Anthony' who asked if I had any questions about the contract and he responded to the question I asked about a fee refund but his response didn't make sense. I told Anthony I wanted an e-mail which represented they had a willing and able buyer at $4 a point [which would be $60, 000] and a list of all the fees I would have to pay. Anthony said: 'Can you hold a minute buddy' and that was the last I heard of him.
I tried to call Anthony back on the number shown on my cell phone, [protected], and got a message the is was not in service. I found it difficult to believe they had a buyer at $4 a pont since there are ads on other web sites at much less.