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Consumer Allegations Against SPM Resorts, Inc. Scary Information
This is a continuing series on SPM Resorts, Inc. A consumer claims that evidence on file with the South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs Undermines Claims by SPM Resorts, Inc. Documentation shows that the consumer was concerned that either SPM Resorts, Inc. and/or Bluebeard's Castle Hilltop Villas III had hired or recruited a collection agency to augment a false-invoice billing scheme. The consumer wrote a second notice to SPM Resorts, Inc., copy attached to to Mr. Quitman of Meridian Financial Services, requesting verification of the debt or to cease writing to the consumer unless the company could produce substantiation of the alleged debt.
Certified Letter to SPM Resorts, Inc. and Registered Agents Ignored.
The consumer states that a copy of the letter was sent to the legal department of SPM Resort Inc., its Registerd Agent William R. Young, Wyndham Resorts, Fairfield Resorts, Inc., Equivest St. Thomas, Inc., Meridian Financial Services, Inc., and Bluebeard Castle Hilltop Villas, III.
Public records indicate the letter demanded the following evidence:
No Timely Response to Certified Letter to SPM Resorts, Inc. and Registered Agents Ignored.
Neither SPM Resorts, Inc., the collection agency that it recruited (Meridian Financial Services, Inc.), or their alphabetic affiliates had issued a response to these questions in the time frame requested.
However, a second employee of Meridian Financial Services, Inc., named Robert Mills managed to get his company further in the hole with SPM Resorts, Inc.
On or about July 9th, 2007, Mr. Robert Mills of Meridian Financial Services, Inc., sent to the consumer via the U.S. mails what appeared to be a hastily prepared back-dated document that purported to be a “deed” recorded as late as “May 16th, 2007.”
Prior to this date, the consumer claims he/she had not seen such a document or been made aware of its existence. Neither did SPM Resorts, Inc. or its client BlueBeards Castle Hilltop Villas III produced such a document when the consumer originally sought evidence of the debt.
The consumer insists that the documentation sent by Meridian Financial Services, Inc, a back-dated recorded deed, was done without the explicit notarized consent of the consumer. An examination of the alleged phony deed shows the names of Charlene Lehto, an alleged witness; Susan Clifton, an alleged Notary Public; Sharon David, director of Title Services of Equivest St. Thomas, Inc; Lashunda Davenport, Assistant Secretary, an employee of Fairfield Resorts, Inc; and, Jacqueline Taylor, a Notary Public, employed in the state of Florida.
Out of all the signatures appearing on the document, the most important signature (the purported owner) was missing. How about that ?? Let me repeat. No where on the document prepared by SPM Resorts, Inc. and its client BlueBeards Castle Hilltop Villas III was there an actual signature, consent, and authorization by the purported owner and, in this case, the alleged debtor. Put another, either you or I can create a phony deed in the name of another person, and claim that the persons owes you money. 99.9% of all real estate transactions make provisions that both parties to the transaction must agree.
This Publisher is not an attorney or prosecutor. However, it would appear to be common sense that using the name of another person in a recorded deed suggests evidence of a violation of federal identity-theft statutes. Use of the U.S. mails to collect payments on the premise of fraud is a violation of mail fraud statutes.
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