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The Better Business Bureau is not aware of any timeshare reseller in Las Vegas called Premier Vacation Resales. The website www.Premiervacationresales.com was launched at the end of November 2016 but has been suspended.
The Nevada Secretary of State's corporate register shows no such company as Premier Vacation Resales licensed to do business in Nevada. Apart what you've been told there's no public record of any company by this name being at 2140 E. Pebble Road, Las Vegas, NV. According to the Nevada Real Estate Division this company has no license to engage in real estate transactions in Nevada.
I am still typing more for you, but as you can see, this is a bogus offer.
The rule of thumb is to avoid unsolicited calls from any timeshare reseller service making a too good to be true pitch and charging an up-front fee. There's really no exception to that.
There is a tremendous amount of fraud in the timeshare reseller market. You need to be very cautious and stick to companies who have been around for a while and who have good business reputations and some success in unloading time shares.
It is not enough that there are no scam reports about a company. That's because many of these companies exist only for a hot minute and then change their name and their websites before scam reports come out. If you can't find more than just a website when you try to vet a company, you are putting yourself in unnecessary risk.
There is never any reason to pay an up front fee in a real estate transaction. No money has to change hands until the closing. Asking for money is never acceptable.
Cease contact with the scammers. There is no real buyer. They are looking to take your money but they will never admit that, even if cornered. REport the fraud to your police, to the FBI online at their Internet Crime Complaint Center at www.IC3.gov and to the Federal Trade Commission at FTC.gov
They may have sent you a convincing looking contract, but it's worthless if it's fraudulent, even if it looks airtight. They may even give you a so-called buyer you can speak to, but they will be confederates of the scammer.
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