Ctrip Review

While we were vacationing in Jamaica a few years ago, we purchased a vacation package from “Unlimited Vacation Club”. Two years later, we had not been able to use as expected, so when contacted about possibly selling it, we agreed to same. Ctrip made us an offer, we countered with a different amount which they immediately agreed too. We were told a law firm will be finalizing the paperwork and sure enough, we were contacted by phone and email by Sanders Law, Brad Hall. He confirmed the process and indicated he would send us a purchase agreement. He confirmed that they would be brokering the deal between, us the sellers, Ctrip, and the resort. “By law all International tansactions must be brokered by a United States bar Certified Law Firm, for the sellers protection.” was stated in the email. We completed the Purchase Agreement. | Then we were contacted by Ivan Garcia at Member Services with Unlimited Vacation Club. He was confiming if we really wanted to sell our vacation package and was there anything he could do to change our minds? He then indicated, once we paid the remaining balance and the transfer fee, he would approve the sale. He even went futher to state ” don’t release the Approval Document, until the funds are in your account. Otherwise, we have just given our vacation package away and will not be able to recover our money. | We wired the payoff and transfer fee to member services at Unlimted Vacation Club. Verified same with Sanders Law. | A few days later Sanders Law contacted us indicating everything is good and we will be receiving the payoff within a few days. | Samantha Cross from Metropolitan Bank called to verify the routing number and bank information. Indicated, we should see the money in our account within a few hours. Several hours later, no money. A call to Samantha, she doesn’t know if she can give me the reference number of the wire transfer. Will have to check with her Supervisor and call me back. I then receive a call from Andy at Sanders Law, asks me to check my email. There is an email from what appears to be the Mexican Government, entitled: Tax Evasion. | We are told we have 3 days to pay Capital Gaines Tax or run the risk of being arrested for Tax Evasion. The letter also indicates if not paid within 3 days, interest will be added. There is no explanation on how they arrived at the amount due. There is no indication of the Tax law they reference. | Paying Capital Gaines Tax on money we haven’t even recieved was the final heads up. Sanders Law has stopped calling. The Mexican government has stopped emailing threats to come to our home and arrest us. | Upon trying to contact Unlimited Vacations Club via the website we were provided, no one is available. | This is an elaborate scam in my opinion. They are very good and seem to change their names and move around.

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Name: Ctrip

Country: Mexico

State:

City: Renacimiento Tabacalera

Address: Paseo de la Reforma

Phone: 866 271-7587

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