Timeshares Quick Sale InternationalPaid $699 for Advertising to sale timeshare. Reps name was Chris Murphy.

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I paid $699 to a sales rep named Chris Murphy. Now I have discovered that there is not an advertisement or even a company to support this transaction. The timeshare ID was set up as TS-76773. I have a copy of the contract with all the details, but unfortunately they may not be of any value. Please let me know how I can proceed to recoup my losses. Thanks in advance for your assistance.

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  • Ar
    Arthur Hesse May 05, 2016
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    all is true I was scammed the same in 2005 and now the contact phone is a survey for a cruise. LOL listed 2 properties ts-60915 & ts-64087
    bummer

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  • Ma
    Ma Del S. Mar 19, 2015
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    I Have the same problem, I wanted my timeshare (a Villa) at Royal Sands in Cancun Mexico to be advertise for rent or sale so, I call this company Timeshare Quick Sale International a guy's name Chris Murphy contacted me and asked me to send a payment of $699.00 I used my credit card and was charged. He faxed me a contract and asked me to sign, initial and faxed back to him.Since 2006 Haven't heard from him or anybody from this company! I'm very upset and frustrated regarding this kind of business! If somebody please can help me to get my money back that will be very helpful! My timeshare ID was TS-88163

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  • Ja
    James Dec 16, 2008

    I was just about to call this company to cancel my listing because it hasn't moved or heard from them since 02/2007. Their website no longer works as well as their contact number. I also paid same fee of 699.00 for advertisement. My Rep was Jim Armstrong. Thank you for sharing your story, otherwise I wouldn't have known. My timeshare ID was TS-91653. Any advise you can provide to even recover the advertisement fee. Thanks

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  • Ca
    carlos Nov 20, 2008

    Google timeshare fee recovery. There are services out there that specialize in fee recovery of timeshare resales. In my opinion the best one to work with is ResaleRipoffs.com

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