Granite Consulting, LLCtimeshare recover, timeshare resales, timeshare scam company

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They go by Timeshare Recover (www.Timesharerecover.com) and legal name Granite Consulting (www.Granite-consulting.com) out of DOVER, NH. If you have been contacted by this company and looking to do business with them BEWARE! THIS IS A FRAUDULENT COMPANY, the owner is a thief who stole everything to operate this company from previous employment. Kyle Logue, Zachary Tarr worked for www.TIMESHARERELEASENOW.com (Phone: [protected]) and stole everything from the company to operate his company in Dover, NH. Hard workers huh! They just slapped their fake company logos over our paperwork to be JUST LIKE US! Starving children who can't make it on their own, but steal from the hand that feeds them is the ONLY way to achieve success in their eyes. If you believe in doing business with a bunch of scam artists, sign up with them. If you want the job done right, by the PROFESSIONALS. Call us Toll-Free [protected]

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    R, Houston Martin Jan 24, 2020
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    Verified customer

    Friday 1/24/20 7:50 am CST
    I noticed your offer on Face Book.
    I would like to explore ways of getting OUT/RID of mine.
    Please contact me ASAP to discuss your solutions.

    An involved with HOLIDAY INN-Orlando, Fl.

    Thank you,

    HOUSTON MARTIN

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