Cynthia Brookover

Received a email from Cynthia Brookover regarding our timeshare for sale. She claimed she was deaf and would be having a broker help her with the purchase. She claimed to have been starting a vacation rental property and wanted to buy our timeshare. A price was agreed upon. She said she would be sending a deposit and have her broker deposit the agreed upon price funds into a escrow account. Then another email later saying she sent a check for the full amount plus her broker’s fees because she couldn’t get in contact with her broker and she had to leave town to get surgery for her hearing. A cashier’s check was received. Another email was sent from the broker who claimed to be on vacation in Istanbul and I would need to get a money order and sent to Turkey for the escrow account. After some investigation, the casher’s check was found to be a fake.

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