I don't know what you mean by the above questioner.
I only get your question.
So please set out the facts and let me know you province or the province they are in.
This is a different expert here. I assume you realize that you are the victim of a time share fraud. The state of Tennessee has no record in their corporate data base of any company named New World Asset Connections. Nor does the state of Colorado have a record of a Wilson Moore Closing Associates.
No money need change hands before the closing in a real estate transaction, and requests for more and more up front money always indicate a timeshare reseller scam.
You need to cease contact with these folks. Don't send them another cent. They are not real and neither is the so-called contract you think you have with them. They are going to keep your money whether you send them more or not because theft and fraud is what they are all about. If you can find them, you can sue them for the return of your funds, but finding them is going to be a job for law enforcement, since the companies and your contact people there are fakes.
You have already reported them to the relevant law enforcement and regulatory authorities in your country and ours. You can also contact both the Tennessee State Attorney General's Office and the Colorado State Attorney General's Office and file consumer complaints with them. But short of hiring a private investigator, there's nothing more that you can do unless/until these folks are ever found.
I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
The other "clients" are going to be confederates of the scammers, because scammers work in teams. And you would find the people won't check out any more than the businesses do.
There's not anything else you can do except report them unless/until you can find them. Once they are found, you could take them to small claims court here or hire a civil lawyer to recover your funds. You could also try to prosecute them. Unfortunately, scam is a worldwide problem in epidemic proportions, your case won't have much priority with law enforcement. They're very backlogged. That's why I mentioned the possibility of a private investigator, who at least would put your needs at the top rather than at the bottom of a list. But apart from that, the only other steps you can take are to expose them on various sites such as ripoffreports.com and scambook.com to warn others.
I wish I had better news for you but today's technology allows scammers to successfully hide in cyberspace. It's the harsh reality of why internet fraud is so successful and so insidious.