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Resort Equity Marketing Scam! Beware False Salespeople
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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.

BEWARE THIS SCAM AND PLEASE STAY AWAY!
     
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Anonymous on 2009-07-26:
EVERYONE, PAY ATTETION. If it has to do with a timeshare you are being ripped off whether you're buying one or selling one. Why would you pay someone who says they will sell it for you, if you're not sure. If they want to make money in a legit way I would tell them to sell it first then take their commission. People, I work for a timeshare company and you are ALL GETTING RIPPED OFF." Stop believing these sleazy salespeople.

Think about this. What does the company offering you such a great deal going to get out of it?
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Confused
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ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA -- I'm 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!
     
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Timeshare Owner Actually Sells Property!!
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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!

Best Regards,
Joe C.
     
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jimmyjo on 2009-04-23:
I always wonder if a post like this was planted by REM. So many bad reviews and then this.
leena on 2009-06-11:
I think you paid to much they told me I would only 1095 and others said they only paid 500 if something was legit they would have one set price and not such a bad rap
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Resort Equity Marketing
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WESTON, FLORIDA -- 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.
     
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"Sounded Too Good To Be True"
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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!!
     
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Timeshare Experience
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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?
     
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Time share sales
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TORRANCE, CALIFORNIA -- 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!
     
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Rental of resort property
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ORLANDO, FLORIDA -- I actually am complimenting a review that I read on this site that I think saved me money - and I am grateful.

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.
     
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Sparticus on 2007-01-06:
Good to hear this site is doing its job!
tnchuck100 on 2007-01-06:
Yes! Kind of gives you a warm, fuzzy feeling, don't it.
Anonymous on 2007-01-07:
Your welcome.
XXMAN on 2008-12-10:
REM took me for 995.00 I have not signed the papers they sent me and have asked to have charges reversed on my card. I just hope it is not too late to avoid this mistake without lots of work. Thanks for your reviews.
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