Police Asking Bogus Timeshare Victims to Come Forward

Police Asking Bogus Timeshare Victims to Come Forward

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(KSL News) -- Investigators think there may be more victims of a bogus motor home timeshare business we told you about last night, and are asking them to come forward.

Davis County sheriff's deputies arrested Bradley Beyer for defrauding people of hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Investigators say Beyer received 300 thousand dollars from people who were either selling their vehicles or purchasing timeshare use of a motorhome.

The people who sold him their motorhomes were never paid, and the people who bought a timeshare never got to use a motorhome.

If you have any information or were a victim of the scam, call the Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division at 801-297-2600.

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