Weichert Realtors Shore To Shorepass due commission

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Barry Turk and Bill Deegan owner’s of Weichert, Realtors Shore To Shore who owned tow offices in New York Long island one in West islip on Higbie Ln, and one in Port Jefferson Station on Necinset Hwy. They closed there office with out paying there agents there commissions on Real Estate deal made.


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    phallystorm Aug 18, 2019
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    Barry Turk is simply nothing more than a Con Man. I found him on Craigslist, and MLS to get a Rental Home for Mom, and myself. I take care of Mom, and she was 92 at the time, .We wanted to move out East from Nassau County in the spring of 2016. Barry found a few rental properties within a few days, and we fell in love with a nice 3 bedroom House in Selden, NY for $2, 100, 00 a month. There was the required deposit of $2100, and 2 months Rental fee after the deal goes through.He came to my house on a Rocket Board so fast with his hands out in desperation to collect the $2, 100.00 . Like a homeless man who has not eaten in weeks. Mom, and I were new to this, and he did produce a form saying that the deposit money would be given back if the deal falls through. We handed him $2, 100.00 that night, and waited, and waited for a call. Nothing! FFW 3 days, and I noticed online MLS that the house was RENTED. I called Barry, and he told us not to worry, that the info I read online was a typo. He said'hang in there, these Rentals take time'.I ended up going to MLS, and saw that there were 3 other Real Estate agents involved with this house in Selden, NY. I called one, and asked him if he knew what the status was on the House, and he said it was Rented 2 days ago. I said to him, 'Impossible', my Real Estate guy Barry said it wasn't. He said to me, I should not have given the $2, 100.00 to him until you knew the deal was solid. Little did I know, I was naive, and in a hurry to get out of the old house. Barry told me eventually the the house was rented to another family, and that they left him out of the loop. When I researched his name, and the 2 old dog real estate reviews I was ASTONISHED! His Ratings were F - minus. I proceeded to read all the negative reviews about him Stealing peoples money, and always giving them some sort of B/S story about his troubles, and woes. I asked him for my money back, and he said it was tied up in other business activity. I was livid, and called him 3 times a day.I was hell bent on getting my Money back. How can he steal from a nice guy, and a 92 year old Lady? Well 3 years has gone by, and after 2 years of calling him weekly, and him giving us that same old story, about how he owes everyone money, and when he makes a sale, or comes into money, we will see the $2, 100.00 . Yeah..OK. I believe I have a better chance of waking up tomorrow looking like Fred Astaire than seeing the $2, 100.00 that he owes us.Do not work with Him on any Real Estate Prospect that involves you giving him money, or a deposit. He will take your money with no second though of ever giving it back to you. Live, and learn., I did, and I am out $2, 100.00 on account of this miserable human being Barry Turk

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    KeystoneRealtor Apr 18, 2011

    Its been 3 years and they still owe me $8800. They are such sneaky crooks and are not to be trusted

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