A Big Scam... Stay Away!!
RESORT EQUITY MANAGEMENT -- I have been trying to sell my timeshare for about a month, but I didn't know how to go about getting it done. These people, Resort Equity Management, called me and called me about selling my time share ... read full review11 Replies - Latest reply on 01/25/2010
SCAM!!! DO NOT TRUST!!!!
I purchased a timeshare at Sheraton Plantation at Myrtle Beach, SC in 2004. After having some financial problems, I decided to sell it. First of all...Resort Equity Marketing contacted me. They guaranteed ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 03/09/2006
Resort Equity Marketing is a BIG scam. The company promised to rent or sell my time share for a fee of approximately $600.00, boasting that they have corporate businesses waiting in line to do so and ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 08/31/2007
Let me tell ya that when REM called my wife and I about our timeshare they gave us one heck of sales pitch and boy were we suckered. An agent of REM called us and told us that they wanted to rent out ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 09/25/2008
Scam to the Bone!!
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA -- This review concerns a marketing institution that deals in the marketing of time shares. In @ May of 2003 My wife and I received a phone call from Resort Equity Marketing out of Altamonte Springs, Florida. ... read full review1 Replies - Latest reply on 02/20/2007
This company took my money and I never heard back from them. It's been a year. I never received an offer. Don't waiste your money!
I also never received the free airline tickets they promise you if they don't sell!
It's all hot air!
I signed up with REM on 5/27/2009. I sent the $395. The last time I spoke to a live person was 5/11/2010. I called today 4/6/2013 and left a message. I wonder if the "contract" I received was legal or not? Anyway, I went to try and find the web site and was unable to find it. I would like to now cancel my contract. 2 Replies - Latest reply on 04/08/2013Add reply
ORLANDO, FLORIDA -- About a month ago my husband and I signed up with Resort Equity Marketing. We received a call from a [snip] who's claimed he would sell out Bonnet Creek timeshare. He gave us an astronomical quote of more than 40,000 for it if we agreed to pay 1,499. The arrangement was that it would be sold guaranteed within 6 months but was supposedly going to be sold in 3. Neither happened. It was a scam. We tried to get our money back but it was too late.
1 Replies - Latest reply on 07/26/2009Add reply
BEWARE THIS SCAM AND PLEASE STAY AWAY!
It took REM 63 days from the day I signed up with them to sell my timeshare. I did read some of the bad things on the internet just like you have. I own my business and I have found out that ANYONE CAN WRITE ANYTHING ABOUT YOU!!!! I have had terminated employees write things that have hurt my business. I was very happy with the way REM handled everything. I am now timeshare free! No more mantinance fees!! No more hoping I can get to use the timeshare (because they always seem to be booked!)
Thank you REM!!! I have sent other people to you!!!!
Im rather confused by all these negative postings pertaining to REM. I received a call about six months ago, paid my 1300 advertisement fee and they started sending my offers to my doorstep. I had my timeshare off my hands in 67 days! Add reply
WINTER PARK, FLORIDA -- After ready a complaint I couldn't believe what I read. For starters if that person would have kept in contact they would have received results. I was afraid to pay upfront but took the risk. I owned a timeshare in New Smyrna Beach and thought yeah right you can sell that. well guess what they did to my surprise within 65 days I was rid of it, not saying it was a bad place but money wise I could have stayed elsewhere. Now I don't own and made a good, very good profit. As in anything you try to sell keep abreast of what you are doing and you get results, CiaraAdd reply
YARDLEY, PENNSYLVANIA -- I would like to give everyone my three cents and say that I have successfully sold my timeshare with the help of Resort Equity Marketing. I signed up with REM about 3-4 months ago and paid them $1295 so I can get my property marketed. My TS was in Hawaii and I paid $41,000 for it two years ago and I sold it for $72,900, I almost doubled my money. I would highly suggest REM to anyone that wants to sell their timeshare!
2 Replies - Latest reply on 06/11/2009Add reply
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA -- All I can say is "crap" I am feeling like I stepped in it. I was called by REM to rent my timeshare for me for a fee of $ 899.00. I was told I would have plenty of "bids" on my timeshare to chose from within 30 days my timeshare would be rented out no problems. I was even told I could get my $ refunded to me no questions asked. Well it has been over 30 days no offers, no answers on the telephone, no returned messages. No one will talk to me. Now what am I supposed to do to get my money back?
2 Replies - Latest reply on 04/14/2009Add reply
Does anyone know the steps to take now? Its not like I can afford to lose this much money especially to a scam. I am so stupid for not researching this ahead of time. Now what?
Not All Bad Experiences Mean Scam!
FLORIDA -- I have read some of the reviews about resort equity marketing and was a bit shocked to say the least! The one that really threw me was from the consumer that said that REM's phone number was a home phone, ... read full review
Resort Equity Marketing sold my timeshare and I was paid more than I expected in less than 45 days. Great job, professional service. They don't deserve all the negative comments posted on this site. Add reply
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA -- We really needed to sell our time share due to financial difficulties. We received a call from REM and they had a great sales pitch and said we'd get a $1000 shopping spree if it didn't sell in 180 days. They wanted $800 for their fee but when I said I couldn't afford that they lowered it to $299 so I said yes. After they charged my credit card I never heard another word from them. When I called to at least get some kind of proof that they marketed our property they said they couldn't do that. I never received any offers, nor did I get the $1000 shopping spree.
1 Replies - Latest reply on 02/16/2009Add reply
This is a SCAM. All they want is money from you, whatever they can get. They offer no proof of anything they do for you.
DON'T GET SCAMMED TOO!
GEORGIA -- I was contacted this evening by the aforesaid company. Quoted what I thought were incredible prices for timeshares I was gullible enough to purchase and now want to sell or rent. I was quoted $1,797.00 and questioned why I would have to pay upfront to sell property-when I would not do that with my home? The representative told me it was for marketing and advertising fees.
I told her I would need to read about her company on the internet and I am so glad I did!!
I've been working with Resort Equity Marketing and so far it's been a very positive experience. Does anyone else have a positive experience? Add reply
FLORIDA -- We had a financial difficulty in paying our bills last summer and were trying to find a way out of our time share. Conveniently enough the Resort Equity Marketing company called us wanting to help us ... read full review