Accelerated Sales and Marketing

Was contacted by phone about a timeshare membership in Mexico. I was asked to sell and they provided a very attractive price. First they said no money up front and sent a contract. We were to have no costs all costs were to be paid by the buyer, but we had to wire money first for a license to do business in Mexico. An escrow account was to be set up for our reimbursement. We wired money for several taxes, that were to be deposited into the escrow account by the buyer for us at closing. This included notices that Mexican Customs seized our money for taxes to be paid etc. Bottom line is that about $100,000 was sent, me thinking all the money was covered in the escrow account. As it turns out, there never was an escrow account and and the letters were fraudulent, determined by the bank. All my money was lost. I am told that the recipients were all private individuals or companies and there is no evidence that the money went to Mexican authorities. I urge anybody else scammed by these people to report the fraud to the FBI as I did. They might not care about little stupid me, but if they get a lot of complaints they may do something. I will attach an example below of one of the letters sent to us. I have probably a hundred emails from them for further evidence. I will cross out our names, since this is a very organized scam and I fear for my safety if found out. I would be happy to answer any questions anyone may have.

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