A Timeshare Presentation “Deals” Experience

[ad#readmore]We just did a presentation as part of a deal to get a discounted hotel stay. My first recommendation would be to bring a sweater or jacket as we found the air conditioning was pretty powerful. If you are in the U.S., check relevant state laws concerning timeshare sales as well as prohibited sales practices. Check prices on Timeshare User Group, Sell My Timeshare Now, and even Hotwire for rental prices on equivalent accommodations. Have printouts of all the above materials with you.

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Fisherman’s Cove Lakeside Resort Experience

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I received a call from someone purporting to be from RCI. I have two timeshares and use RCI for exchanging purposes. They wanted to 'explain a new program from RCI'.

We went, met with them, and to make a long story short, ended up buying a timeshare from this group, plus giving my two other timeshares plus over $8K in exchange for "Fisherman's Cove Lakeside Resort". They told us it takes about 60 days to process, when I called RCI (after more than 60 days) they did not... Read the rest of this entry »

16 Year RCI Member Shares Their Experience

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RCI Timeshare ExperiencesI have been an RCI member for around 16 years. My experiences have been mixed. Recently, I added another RCI unit and was given a 1 year membership. When RCI mixed up the paperwork, they created a new RCI account. I called and RCI then closed the new account and merged it with my new account. They then took away my 1 year. Three separate RCI reps over the course of a month told me they would straighten my account out and add the year... Read the rest of this entry »