On 2/21/2013, I entered into a contract agreement with Your last resort Inc. I paid $1,500 on my Visa card for them to start the process of marketing my time share to be marketed at a price of $27,999. The contract states that the Seller pays a one time marketing fee of $1,500, not refundable after 120 days, however in the documents it states that Your Last Resport guaranteed to market and advertise until sold. In January of 2014 I received a ll from David Hartman stating that my time share was in the process of being sold and that I would have to pay another $1,250 in order to pay attorney’s to change the ownership in the time share documents. I paid the $1,250 since Mr. Hartman promised that the time share would sell. He said that the time share would sell for $25,000 and that I would also receive the $1,250 and the $1,500 back for a total of $27,750 to be paid to me when the time share sold. I have spoken to Mr. Hartman several times since January and he kept saying just to be patient. The deal was taking time getting put together since it was a bundle of time shares that were all being sold together in a bundle (the buyer was never mentioned in this ever.) For the last month or so I have left at least 5 messages for Mr. Hartman and he has failed to return my calls. I believe he has walked away with my money and there was never any intention to sell my time share. What can be done to recover the $2,750 that has has stolen from me?
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