Boulder Timeshare Trail delayed

March 16th, 2018

The trial for the two men accused of running a timeshare transfer scam has been deferred until 16th July 2018. Timothy Hatcher, 51, and Kristopher Chavez, 35, were both scheduled for a combined trial starting 2nd March 2018, to be held at the Boulder District Court, however, the trial has now been postponed until 16th […]

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Wolf Prosecuted for Defrauding his Prey.

March 14th, 2018

In Orlando Florida a man, Daniel Martin Boyar, who is also known as ‘Wolf’, has pleaded guilty for the part he played in a telemarketing scheme. Over 1000 victims were targeted by Wolf, with many of them being elderly. The Acting US attorney Steven W. Myhre for the district of Nevada states that more than 3.3 […]

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Stay safe online

March 12th, 2018

In 2017 around 2 million online fraud incidents were reported this is according to new data from the Public Accounts Committee. Note that with only 20% of crimes actually being reported, 2 million is more than likely a much much bigger number. Fraudulent scams are coming along in a lot of different guises, with online being […]

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Prosecution for Timeshare Fraud

March 9th, 2018

A court case in America has recently been heard with a criminal pleading guilty to a count of securities fraud. This is a category B felony and applies to his role in a multi-state timeshare resale scam across America. The felon, Louise Joseph Curto III, who is also known as Lou Curto and Joe Curto […]

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Is Praetorian Legal the Ugly Duckling of Timeshare?

March 7th, 2018

The Timeshare industry has taken a barrage of attacks in media and legally through consumer courts, following many cases of mis-sold timeshares through various ‘scams’ and ‘contract loopholes’ over the past years.  Today, unfortunately, is no different and there are still many malpractices occurring in the industry, with many new ‘timeshare solutions and related products’. […]

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