Three men affiliated with Best RV in Manteca, Calif., have been accused of fraud, embezzlement and other crimes retailed to unfair business practices, according to the Modesto Bee.
Court papers identified eight alleged victims of an RV rental scam. The district attorney’s office identified the men as Naiel Majed Ammari, Babeel “Bill” Majec Ammari and Nazeh Majed Ammari.
As part of a recurring scheme, the trio told prospective RV purchasers that they could get money to help defray part of the cost of their RV if they allowed the Ammaris to rent them. The rental income was to have been split with the owners.
The trio, however, allegedly kept all the money and did not disclose some rentals to owners. They also were charged with falsifying financial papers and charging some RV owners and renters for insurance that was not purchased.