A seller representative from Resort Equity Marketing (REM) has contact my husband and I several times offering to rent our two rooms deluxe village at a Liki Tiki. He said that the village is in a “hot spot” and that they have pre-qualified clients interested in pay from $2,600 - $2,800 FOR A WEEK. I thought that this is a too good to be true offer, so I start doing my research. All the info about REM I found on the web is negative, many people has been scammed by them. So I was afraid to loose my money. I asked them to write a letter explaining what they said about to refund my $799.00 if they don’t rent the village in 90 days and they reject.
3 Replies - Latest reply on 12/30/2008Add reply
All the posts in this forum and many other sites reviewing REM has been very helpful to decide not to pay for that “service”.
Thank you to all of you.
ALBANY, NEW YORK -- I spoke with a representative at Resort Equity Marketing about 3 months ago to help sell my timeshare that I owned at Summer Bay Resort. At first I thought they were a scam because the whole idea of going to conventions and trade shows sounded to good to be true. However, I got suckered in to giving up $1299.00 for this company Resort Equity Marketing to sell my time share. Well I have finally received an offer after 3 months, which also was within their guarantees they promised me. I received an offer for $23,500 and I took it right away so I'm just waiting on my check to come in the mail now.
I just wanted to inform people who think it is to good to be true for you to sell or rent your timeshares, but I am your witness keep pushing forward until you hear the best offer like I did. Thanks again Resort Equity Marketing
ORLANDO, FLORIDA -- I actually am complimenting a review that I read on this site that I think saved me money - and I am grateful.
4 Replies - Latest reply on 12/10/2008Add reply
Of course, I should have recognized the "oily" presentation, but I 'wanted' it to be true and I fell for it. The review here justified my feeling that it was a scam of the sort that states "If it sounds too good to be true - ir probably is."
Thanks to the people who reviewed Resort Equity Marketing for us - it was a valuable piece of info.