My 85 year old father was contacted about selling his timeshare by Bill Ellis with the usual scam of selling the unit with a block of units and it would sell within 6 months or your money back. $800 credit card charge was given to him. 3 months went by and no sale. We were unable to reach him by phone and had to contact the credit card company to reverse the charges which they did. Unfortunately, another man contacted my father and said he used to work with that company but had left there and that my father's unit would have been sold but he had reversed the charges before the sale went through. He offered to complete the sale if we sent him a "check" for $800 because they wouldn't accept a credit card from us any longer. He said he had a sale of the "units" pending for the middle of April. When we tried to contact him at the number he gave us it had been disconnected and the website is no longer in existence. We now know that Jim Hawkins and Bill Ellis are just scam artists. Everyone should beware!!!
Robin, Fred's daughe