Who to believe in when declarations are founded on anonymous calls
The Idaho Department of Insurance fails to accurately prove which companies are in fact scammers
The Idaho Department of Insurance fails to accurately prove which companies are truly scammers operating under disguise, since USA and Mexican government as well approve timeshare resale and clearly explained by Nolo Legal Encyclopedía and while many firms are legitimate there are many which are not and try to imitate in every aspect of them.
This stains everyone´s reputation and prestige and it seems impossible to remove such bad odor from people’s subconscious mind.
Insurance department should be an adviser and not an attacker
We must council people and warn them about purchasing something that is outside the country but at the same time we must be smart and cautious about what are we going to assert on virtual media as Internet before undertaking a thoroughly documental investigation to prove our suspicions can be truly founded on facts.
The Idaho Department of Insurance no doubt strives to protect us from being deceived by scammers, nonetheless, sometimes such declarations might cause harm to many other firms which legally operate in Idaho or other states.
Nowhere in their site we read Title Insurance Company
By exploring The Closing Source LLC official website we can´t read anywhere that it develops as a Title Insurance company.
We better doubt to anyone pretending to be legitimate closing company
Cases as the previously described makes us all doubt to everyone because the accusations made by the Idaho department seem to have a very superficial investigation on their part and their immediate declarations only supported by an “anonymous” call drive us to doubt about them as well.
The readers who seek for support and advise before or after any transaction will surely think that all companies named as Closing Source, Closing agents or closing whatever… are merely scammers pretending to be title insurance companies.
Brief but illuminating resource online
Returning to the issue about who is and who is not a fraudster when someone is offered to purchase a Timeshare in Mexico the brief but illuminating insights provided by Nolo Legal encyclopedia we now realize how to train our senses to detect a scammer and it gives us a clear response to the so cited question “why should i have to pay an upfront fee or tax when purchasing a timeshare in Mexico” Go ahead to the link above and clear all your doubts.
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