Man Accused of Running Bogus Timeshare Business

Man Accused of Running Bogus Timeshare Business

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(KSL News) A Davis County man is accused of defrauding people of hundreds of thousands of dollars in a bogus motor home timeshare business.

Investigators say Bradley 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.

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