Premier Properties, LTD. - I'm not sure what else to say about these Timeshare companies anymore. I have seen one (likely) legitimate Timeshare Resale business after sifting through thousands. I have never had a call on a real one. This one claims to be in Kansas City. Of course, it's not actually here. They change their name every couple weeks and also claim to be in Florida, Branson, Indianapolis, Delaware, Washington D.C. and many other places. They seem to be related to Diamond International Escrow, High End Vacation Properties, Holiday Solutions International, San Diego Resale Group, Boston Resale Group, and many many others. Avoid, avoid, avoid.
Cloverleaf - A company that calls from an Ashland, KY cell phone asking for Medicare information. They claim to sell diabetes meters and bill Medicare. They claim to be called Cloverleaf, but when pressed for information say that they are part of a company that has never heard of them. It's pretty recent. 1-800 notes has had several posts about the company. They call from 606-316-2601
DVJ Trading Company - The company is soliciting potential employees via job sites like career builder. They violate one of my pet peeves by not listing a suite number in the office building they claim to lease from. This all but guarantees they are not in the building. The job they are hiring for is a work-at-home administrative assistant. It is a lengthy scam process. They interview employees over the phone, verify their identity by asking for a copy of the applicant's driver's license.The job description states the following: "communicate with our US based customers to facilitate the process, receive other funds collected at closing and disburse all proceeds to appropriate parties." This is where they steal your money. In the midst of receiving and disbursing funds, the victim finds out that the money coming into their account is fake, but the money going out is all too real. This scam will probably just steal your money, but, at worst, it might be money-laundering.