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Soon after that, my client learned from the Wellington that: (1) The Wellington is and has been willing to take back unit from all of its time share owners at no cost to the unit owners, thereby relieving them of all financial obligations associated with the unit going forward; and (2) there have been numerous scams by companies who have managed to convince people in my client’s position to pay them substantial fees to take over their units.The Wellington explained that there is no need to pay a time share re-sale broker or anyone to assume the financial obligations associated with their time shares because the Wellington will take back the time share units at no cost to the owner.
Vale’s paperwork indicates that they have an address at: 1 Florida Park Drive, North 204, Palm Coast, Florida 32137; a phone number at 877-250-7891.If you are not the intended recipient, please be advised that any disclosure, copying, distribution or use of the contents of this information is prohibited.If you have received this email in error, please notify the sender immediately by replying to this email or by telephone.The operators often ask for money to 'sell' your timeshare.They may offer to take ownership of your week and then deed it to a dummy name.The complaint is against an online dating profile The complaint is a listing fraud posted on public forums or sites against an anonymous entity The complaint is mobile text spam or smishing related against an anonymous entity The company or person contact no longer exists International boundaries To Whom This May Concern: Please allow me to introduce myself. My firm (Tinley, Nastri, Renehan & Dost, LLP) represents Ms. In or around February of this year my client was contacted by a company known as Vale Professionals, LLC (”Vale”) who called her and told her that Vale would assume all of the costs for the time share at the Wellington and work to sell the unit, for the price of $5,000.
My name is Stephen Pliakas and I am an attorney in Waterbury, Connecticut. After meeting with a representative from Vale in Hartford in mid-February, my client signed a contract and paid the $5,000 fee via credit card.
Should owners not be able to find a buyer themselves, the Association this year has agreed to allow owners to deed-back their timeshare to the Wellington.
Please contact us to find out the details and conditions of such a transfer.
Finally, we want to let you know that we are continuing to monitor and manage the remediation of National Grid's site work at the Wellington.
In 2013 we anticipate several further developments regarding the environmental issues, the lawsuit and related efforts.
Not only does this not relieve owners of their financial obligations, it often results in foreclosure by the Association since the transfer to a dummy name violates Wellington Association bylaws, and amounts to fraud.