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Resource ID: #19093
Subject: Fraud
Source: Boston Magazine
Date: 2002-07-01



A story about a small Hyannis business, run by several members of the same family, that claimed it provided appraisals of time-share properties around the world, . The scam--which involved charging time-share owners $399 for bogus appraisals-- raked in $12 million from as many as 20,000 victims.

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