- Associated Press - Saturday, May 9, 2015

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - West Virginia Auditor Glen Gainer says three Florida time-share advertising and rental companies have failed to register with the state.

Gainer says cease-and-desist orders have been issued against Access Travel Network of Orlando City, Premium Timeshare Exchange of Sanford and Florida Finest Villas of Clermont.

Gainer’s office says the companies called West Virginia timeshare owners with offers to advertise, sell or assist them in transferring their time-share interests for an advanced fee.

In each case, after the owners made payments, there was no further contact from the companies.

The orders prohibit the companies from contacting West Virginia residents to offer their services unless they comply with state law.

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