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On 3/8/22, I received a call from (407) 530-3544 an individual identifying themselves as being affiliated with "Corporate Getaway Rentals. The gentleman went into a script of me taking advantage of RCI's last minute deals, by paying a weekly fee of $399 for a 2bd/2ba unit up to a maximum of 8 weeks per year, and then they would in turn sublet them to "CORPORATE CLIENTS" for no less than $1400.00 per week; as long as they are booking within 180 days or less. You would even get a "GUEST CERTIFICATE" (waiver of liability) that would cover any incidentals/ damages of that 3rd party guest, since they would ultimately be responsible because it would be their credit card on file for the booking. Well needless to say, paying $399 to gain $1000 for the weeks booked sounded good...he even drove it home with stating the money we would potentially make would definitely be a huge help to eliminating us from paying our annual maintenance fees. I must say, I was tempted, however, you MUST BE VERY CAREFUL, BEING ASKED TO PUT UP ANY MONEY, TO MAKE MORE MONEY ON SOMETHING YOU ALREADY OWN...LOL. Of course I respectfully declined! GET OUT OF HERE DUDE!...and he was kind enough to wish me well, and even offered a few God Bless ME's. BE CARE FELLOW TIME SHARE OWNERS. Peace.

- Virginia Beach, VA, USA

Scammer's phone (415) 935-1704
Scammer's address 690 4th Street, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA
Scammer's email [email protected]
Country United States
Victim Location VA 23462, USA
Total money lost $2,085.50
Type of a scam Rental

I booked a vacation rental through AirBnB. I was contacted by AirBnB that the reservation was cancelled due to the vendor not having the updating license required to operate in San Francisco. I was told by AirBnB that AirBnB was working with the vendor to update his license. I was then contacted by the vendor with the same information, and he mostly does corporate rentals but would extend the courtesy to still stay at his place. He ("Steve") contacted me through my AirBnB email, and said he would text me the link to his business, Corporate Rental Vacations. The website seemed legitimate, and the story seemed legitimate as well. I booked through the site and received a confirmation number. However, I never received an email with information regarding the actual condo (location, check-in procedures, etc.). When I went to visit the website again, the server could not be found. I also emailed Steve but did not hear back. I called my credit card company and reported this company. They showed up as Joynr LLC on my credit card statement. I was charged over $2,000, which was supposed to pay for the condo I thought I was paying to use.

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