Coldwell Associates Review

After being scammed by one of these “we want to buy your timeshare companies”, I continue to get calls from others who want to buy my time share. They must have my phone number on a list. | This company Coldwell Associates is a fake. They are not located at the location they claim. I have talked with the property manager of the building and they do not have a suite on the foulth floor or any where in the building. | They only want to do business via email, claiming to be a “green company”. | They will not use the postal service. | I pressed them to give me the name of the escrow company they use in the US, not Mexico which they prefer. | When I called the main headquarters of the nation wide company that they said they used, the location and phone numbers did not match. | The way these scams work is they offer you more than your time share is worth and then ask you to pay a bunch of fees up front. People forget that you do NOT own the property, only the right to use it. Therefore you have no property to sell. | If you want to transfer your right to use a property, this can be done through your timeshare company for a small fee. | Anyway, this company, Coldwell Associates is a fake and the guys are most likely in another country.

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Name: Coldwell Associates

Country: United States

State: Illinois

City: Chicago

Address: 332 S. Michigan Ave

Phone: 312-465-1185

Website: www.coldwellassociates.info/

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