Deciding how to deal with Villa del Palmar resale scams can be tough if you’ve never experienced anything like it before. If you follow these following steps to dealing with Villa del Palmar resale scams, however, you can help Villagroup, Universal Vacation Club International (UVCI)and the American Resort Development Association (ARDA) put an end to these types of scam activities.
Firstly you should report the Villa del Palmar resale scam incident and/or individual to Villagroup’s members services, or to UVCI. You should then make complaints to both the Federal Trade Commission, by calling the Business Fraud Division on 1-877-382-4357, and your state Attorney Generals office. You can find contact information for your Attorney General either on the internet or through your local yellow pages. You should also ensure that you report the fraudsters to ARDA; you can do so by visiting: http://www.arda.org.
It is important to keep all written material and emails that are sent to you by the Villa del Palmar resale scams fraudsters as, once you log your complaint with Villagroup or UVCI a file will be collected concerning their activities. This information will then be given to the authorities when your official statement is taken. If you are contacted again then please keep and forward all written material to Villagroup and UVCI that is sent to you by the scammers.
Unfortunately, it is becoming more and more necessary that all Villa del Palmar members are aware of how to deal with Villa del Palmar resale scams as they seems to increasingly more common yet still fairly unsuccessful. All of the aforementioned agencies are, however, in place to help whenever possible and, while Villagroup cannot file a claim on your behalf, they will aid you in every way they can.
So, if you think you’ve been the victim or target of a Villa del Palmar resale scam, don’t hesitate to contact Villagroup directly at: email@example.com