Do you have to pay for a disputed charge that was a scam?
You should be able to appeal or request them to take you to court. If its a scam, a judge should see right through it. If its already been paid, you have a different problem.
Yes, they're a scam. A work at home organization, which will as usual charge you money for the opportunity to work for them. Always the standard sign of a scam. I suggest that if anyone asks you to pay a fee to work, tell them that you'll sign a contract agreeing to pay that fee - in your second month of employment, when you're making all those thousands of dollars a week they speak of!
Yes, it's a scam. An "advance fee" scam. They say they have a buyer for your timeshare, but you have to pay them a fee up front. You pay, and find out that there is no buyer, and you've lost your money. If you hear a lot about a certain company that it is a scam, better get rid of it as early as possible. You can also inquire to BBB in your local area.