Attorney General Bans Timeshare Telemarketers from NC

Posted on Jul 7th 2009 7:32 PM
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Attorney General Roy Cooper has won a battle against a Florida telemarketer who was making a phony pitch.

Cooper says Premier Timeshare Vacations, Inc., also known as Paradise Marketing Group, has been calling people in North Carolina who are looking to sell their timeshares.

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