Point to Point to Westcoast Timeshare to Crelogix

[ad#readmore]My husband and I joined Point to Point Timeshare in Vancouver BC, which changed to Westcoast Timeshare. We were asked if we owned a home to begin with we said no, but we did have a motor home (jokingly). The guy said good enough and signed us up on that. We were financed by Travelers acceptance which changed to Crelogix when they changed to Westcoast.

Since then they merged with Vacation Internationale and went Bankrupt, we thought our payments were then going to Vacation Internationale, but they weren't. I canceled the payments, and they changed the total to a different... Read the rest of this entry »

Grandview Timeshare Presentation Survival Guide

A visitor shares their experience attending the Grandview at Las Vegas timeshare presentation, and has the following tips and tricks to offer those attending for the free gifts:

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Grandview Las Vegas Timeshare PresentationStory is the same as everyone else. Huge scripted scam. Worthless property, over priced vacation packages and the list of lies is extremely amazing. You are told to look over at the new construction going on. And told how Grandview is the hottest timeshare place available. How the prices keep... Read the rest of this entry »

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.

There is a post on this website about "How to Survive a Timeshare Presentation" - it... Read the rest of this entry »