Westgate – Blue Tree Orlando

[ad#readmore]We purchased our timeshare at Westgate Blue Tree July 2012. It sounded fantastic. They basically promised us the earth. During the selling pitch they presented us with mounds of paperwork and was told you don't have to read all this just sign and read it when you get home. They did not mention about the 10 day cooling off period.

Destination Club Memberships

When we arrived home I decided to get the brief case full of paperwork out, after hours of trying to read the very small print I said... Read the rest of this entry »

Club Navigo – Island One Resorts

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My wife and I purchased a timeshare from this company in 2008. As per usual, you get the "It's easy to use/all you have to do is call" speech when you buy. Every time we have tried to use our week, or any time for that matter, nothing has been available.
How to use RCI timeshare

We are researching how to be rid of this timeshare at present, and hopefully what i have said here will discourage others from buying into timeshares of any kind. They are not... Read the rest of this entry »

Grandview Timeshare

[ad#readmore]My husband and I are just back from a paid vacation to Vegas. I do not think I need to tell you all what happened, but despite having decided to not buy the timeshare, we ended up paying the deposit and signing up. We spent around 4 hours and made a decision that was obviously not right for us.

Although I do not want to solely blame the sales person (we made the decision, after all), but as an afterthought I definitely can say they (yeah, I use 'they' because we had more than one salesmen work with us... Read the rest of this entry »