Harris Tag and Title

Fake Company

Harris Title is a fake business. They took thousands from other people and me.

I was able to contact victims who had experienced the same fraud.

Luxury Event Planners has now contacted me to inquire about my timeshare.

This is also timeshare fraud. Avoid any company that refuses to use the US postal service for correspondence.

They may use a false address. Ask for a copy of their business license.

The company refused to produce one and hung on to us. Scam Scam Scam!

Please avoid them. If you feel that you have been affected, please call Holly at 516-582-3500.

Is Harris Tag and Title a legit?

Harris Tag and Title is not running a legit business. They are not aggressive towards customer satisfaction and complaint grievance redressal, Hence 3 consumer[s] submitted negative ratings, and only a few left positive feedback.

Where is Harris Tag and Title located?

Harris Tag and Title is headquarted at 203 Romancoke Rd, Stevensville, MD 21666, United States. You can contact Harris Tag and Title by dialing 410 643 3380 or visit their website N/A.

How much monetary loss is incurred by Harris Tag and Title’s customers?

According to Harris Tag and Title’s customers, a monetary loss of US $4585 has been reported. The severity of entire incident reports is high.

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3 Reviews on Harris Tag and Title

  1. Scammer

    This article is about Harris Title, Houston, TX and Net management Group, Detroit, Mi. These are professional criminals and con artists. They will sell your property and make you a good profit. They say they won’t require any money to close on the property.
    The buyer will reimburse you the money if you sign the contract. Once you have received confirmation that the wire transfer was sent, you will receive a new closing date.

    You will be informed at closing that a 19% Mexican sales tax must be paid before the transaction can close. You will be given new closing date. You can continue this process until you stop saying anything more. However, by that time, you have paid over $11,000.00. Then they cut all communications with you. You discover that the addresses they provided you are not real and that the websites you were visiting are bogus.

  2. Scam Scam

    Scam Scam. They claim that you don’t need any funds. But that’s a lie. If they ask you for money, hang up. You will discover.

  3. Bad Service

    Anyone who has been conned should contact me at 727-541-7588 so that we can create a group for law enforcement and police to begin to understand how many victims there are. Although they don’t want the con men to be prosecuted, these are serious criminals.
    They are making millions out of seniors and other people. We can discuss the situation by calling me at 727-541-75658.

Reviews: 3
Reported Loss : 4585 $
Severity : High
Reported by : Anonymous
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