Columbus International Escrow Service

I have been working with Columbus International Escrow Services for the last August 3,2016 when it was handed over to them to handle the finial paperwork and the funds that were supposed to be transferred. We have already paid Punta Resorts over $20,000.00. They where finding a buyer for my Wyndham Points. In return that person was sending us $70,850.00 for those points. I had a balance of $6,376.00. I told them that I would pay that off so that the buyer could send us a Wire Transfer for the $70,850.00. They told me not to do that and to send the money via a Wire Transfer to a Bank in Mazatlan Sinaloa, Mexico, which I did. That person has not paid off the balance yet. My contact Lyle Williams at Columbus International Escrow Service said that the buyer had sent a Wire Transfer to my Bank account two weeks ago. I has not hit my account yet and I have been trying to contact my contact (Lyle Williams) with no response. I have tried to call them and it just goes to voicemail. I have sent emails every day to Lyle and Columbus International Escrow Service letting them know how dissatisfied I am with the lack of response sense I have sent that $6,376.00. I feel that I have been taken advantage of not only by Columbus International Escrow Service, but also by Punta Resorts & by Bloomberg Holdings Enterprises. Please advise me on what other steps that I would need to take to resolve this problem.

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