What to Expect at a Timeshare Presentation

[ad#readmore]Going in we are not really sure what to expect at a timeshare presentation. With a little knowledge and a lot of truth-telling, we EASILY survived a timeshare presentation! Granted, we spent a sleepless night beforehand worrying about the upcoming event and imagining our 10 year old becoming unglued. We strategized, planned and IT WORKED.

TIP #1

Do not lie.

Don’t lie about your income, don’t lie about your profession, traveling habits or anything else. You don’t need to. There is no obligation to buy. As such, you can be honest. It relieves stress not to lie. You also... Read the rest of this entry »

Westgate Experience

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I've had experenced with timeshares my whole life. My parents had two and we used them every year. This made me a bit nogastilc when I was in Orlando on my honeymoon this past February and ended up getting a timeshare even though I really couldn't afford the $200 they were asking up front.

What happens if I stop paying for timeshares

I paid the first months mortgage and have since stopped. I am in the process of requesting a Deed In Lieu of Foreclosure.

I was going to use... Read the rest of this entry »

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 »