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We contacted our credit card company with all the data that we had for 2 cabin rentals and not receiving our deposites back. Even though it was way past the 60-90 day time for the credit card, due to the circumstances and the fact that we have attempted to contact them and filed charges with the TN Real Estate Commission and filed charges with Detective Hodges, we just received word from our cc company that our monies have been credited back to our credit card. So please go to your bank and take everything you have attempting to contact Fontaines and charges if any that you have filed and you may receive your money back.
Category: Advice Added: 2010-11-05 13:48:51 Year: 2010 Country: United States State: TN City: Gatlinburg

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Closing the company


YOUR INPUT MIGHT HELP CHANGE THE LAW! The Tennessee Real Estate Commission meets March 21-22. You can email Eve Maxwell (the Executive Officer) at: , and here is a complaint form for those of you who need one: ~ Guest monies should be held in escrow until the guest departs and all the rental companies should be subject to an audit!
posted on Mar 07 2011 03:47:27 PM

This is a petition to make Vacation Lodging Service (VLS) licensed rental companies in Tennessee be responsible for refunding the guest when a reservation is cancelled (through no fault of the guest). Amend or remove TCA 62-13-104 (b)(3),(D)(i)! Petition: To protect the traveling public and Tennessee rental property owners, we, the undersigned, respectfully request that TCA 62-13-104 (b)(3),(D)(i) be either removed and replaced, or amended to reflect the following safeguards: 1) In Tennessee, the guest's execution of a vacation rental agreement in which he or she agrees to the advance disbursement of payments shall not constitute a waiver or loss of any of the guest's rights to reimbursement of such payments if the guest is lawfully entitled to reimbursement. 2) Rental companies in Tennesee shall not be exempt from licensing or an escrow audit. 3) Rental companies in Tennessee shall never have more than a one-third difference in what their escrow balance should be and the escrow's actual balance. 4) Rental companies in Tennessee shall self-report to the Tennessee Real Estate Commission once a month as to the status of their escrow balances, and the auditor shall spot-check, unannounced, for accuracy. Bad news travels fast, so time is of the essence to save the overnight vacation rental industry in Tennessee. Fix the laws! View Signatures and Read the Comments:
posted on Jun 25 2011 03:49:05 PM

When I spoke to TREC when all this happened I was told that the money was in escrow and was protected. Never hear or saw anything come out of TREC. They are useless and if they have anything to do with this law I am sure they are protecting their interest and their Con's Real Estate system!
posted on Dec 11 2011 10:26:16 AM

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