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Subject: Company in Faber House


Author:
Kevin
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Date Posted: Fri, Apr 22 2005, 13:04:31

Does 06-234 Faber House sound familiar to anyone here?
Or the number 63378064 ring a bell?

I just got a call today saying that I won a prize????

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[> Subject: Faber House = IRN


Author:
Moderator
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Date Posted: Sat, Apr 23 2005, 18:30:57

The company is Interval Resorts Network. One of the big timeshare companies active in Singapore. Go at your own risk!

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[> Subject: Company in Faber House


Author:
former timeshare victim of Regency Leisure Development
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Date Posted: Sun, Apr 24 2005, 2:23:07

Company names, company office locations and company telephone numbers can change anytime.

Say you are very busy and get them to mail you a signed letter with their company letterhead to inform you that you have won a prize for collection. When put in writing with letterhead, they are obliged to deliver else you can use that letter against them by lodging a complaint to the relevant authorities. Get someone else to go down with you just to collect the prize with the letter and leave immediately (remember to make a photocopy). That's usually how legitimate lucky draws operate in Singapore.

If they ended up asking you for your mailing address, it is high likely a technique to lure you into the boiler room.

Be careful, uncountable people out there are dying to get out, so don't get in. The numbers are grossly understated todate.

Best of luck!
former timeshare victim of Regency Leisure Development

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[> Subject: Good Luck


Author:
Scott
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Date Posted: Sun, Apr 24 2005, 3:36:25

You must be very lucky. Good Luck as you claim your prize. You will probably end up a few thousand dollars poorer for your 'good fortune'.

Hey....don't be fooled...did you not read the messages of all those who fell for that trick?

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[> Subject: Company in Faber House


Author:
George
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Date Posted: Mon, Apr 25 2005, 15:23:44

ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK..........
CAVEAT EMPTOR!
Nothing is Free In The World!

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