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Scam Alert!!!!!!!!
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Rating: 1/51
COLORADO,VIRGINA -- My husband and I attended a Sales presentation made by Skygroup. In addition like many of the complaints I'm reading, we were promised two complimentary cruise deals as well as two airfares. Now, I have NOT sent any money because I continue reading about these scam artist who promise you these FREEBIES but absolutely steal your money but we did fall for the SKIGROUP, Sea to Ski travel package. It is a complete rip off! Prices ARE EXACTLY the same as the regular websites or hotels directly. They promise you a REBATE of 5-15% which is NOT true. Because you NEVER see this money and when they say they BEAT the competitors prices by matching you at 110% this is ALSO FALSE advertising.

What they do is book the same deal you would have booked yourself online and promise to send you back 10% which YOU WILL NEVER EVER SEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is a COMPLETE SCAM! Sad to say out of 8 groups of 2 that attended that night, ALL Of us except for a non-English speaking couple fell for this! They make you sign all of these documents stating that they will send you your membership within 72hrs which NEVER happened!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IM SO DEVASTATED I WASTED A LOT OF MONEY ON THIS! They covered their @sses well enough that in the documentation it clearly states that they CAN NOT BE SUED for anything regarding this deal. PLEASEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE STAY AWAY FROM THESE PPL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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trmn8r on 2012-05-15:
I had a little trouble with the details, but it sounds like you ended up with basically the same price you would have gotten elsewhere. Assuming you were interested in these trips in the first place, is it a "rip-off" compared with fair market value? It does sound like false advertising.
Reggie on 2012-05-22:
Thank you Sherah816 for this report. We got their card in the mail and as the saying goes. "If it sounds to good to be true, it is." Glad I checked the Internet before wasting my time at some sales pitch presentation.
Jose on 2012-07-21:
I received the post card in the mail and I thought the offer was from RoyalCaribbean, when I called and was told about the presentation I immediately suspected a scam. I searched online and read your comments and I agree that "It is to good to be true". I hope that everyone who receives the postcards would investigate a little further by going online.
Dyanne on 2012-08-09:
My husband and I attended the sales pitch and could not afford to drop 10K on the spot to sign up. They seemed pissed. Also during the pitched they yelled at me for texting my baby sitter watching my 4 and 6 yr. old. We got the vouchers for the cruise and plane tickets. Before I sent the money in I figured I would check them out online. So glad I did. Thank you.
Jim on 2012-11-16:
These scam artists are currently working the Atlanta market out of the Buckhead Doubletree. Beware!
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Total Rip Off
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Rating: 1/51
Me and my wife attended one of these conferences. What a mistake!!!!!
With my current financial situation I was in no position to purchase this thing.

They promised me up and down that if I bought it that day they would guarantee the sale of my unwanted Time Share which I have been trying to get rid of for a while.

The purchase price was supposed to be 6995.00 plus 498.00 closing cost. They agreed to take a down payment of 3995.00 plus the closing costs. Total of 4493.00.

They did not sell my time share. Now I am stuck with both these useless things. What do I do now? these people are thieves. STAY AWAY.
Company Response 07/11/2012:
Sea to Ski Vacations would like to ask this reviewer if he would share with us who told him Sea to Ski would sell his Timeshare. This is not something we do and if it is happening we would like to address it. Also we would appreciate a chance to explain what we offer and the pricing. At Sea to Ski our members come first and when there is a problem we want to make it right.
     
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oldisgood on 2012-06-26:
they are not thieves. You just fell for the sales pitch. Anytime the offer is "for today only", walk away!
jdeluna195 on 2012-07-16:
Gladly his Name is Mandred From your SkyGroup sales people. My representatives name was Tiffany which was quick point out that if I did not want my Time Share they would sell for me with a company called VSI. Not very useful and rude by the way. If you really want to help your company get rid of these people THIEVES I have all the paperwork including an addendum which tells me that if time share not sold in 30 days the balance of $3000.00 would be waived. My attorneys will see this.
jdeluna195 on 2012-07-16:
I did fall for this sales pitch. but I will make it my goal to let evryone know that this is not a trustworthy company by the web by flyers whatever it takes so that nobody falls for this again.
Stay Away by all means
jdeluna195 on 2012-07-16:
Really Glad someone listend BBB will be hearing about this next This is not sopposed to happen to anyone this is Bull S, NOT HAPPY $4,493.00 in the hole because of these A holes.
CDJ on 2012-10-24:
Same thing happen to my husband and I, now stuck with two timeshare. I was also told that, if they did not sell my timeshare that I can donate it and get a tax write off for close to 8K, according to the worth of my timeshare(would have to check my docs for the exact amt). It's what I am planning to do when I file in 2013. I am also out of $4493.00. By the way, I was also reassured that it would sell, according to the sales rep, there is a booming market for US timeshares oversees and that they have a company who can definitely sell our timeshare, if not I can always donate it and get my money that way. I checked in with that company a couple of times, and you are correct very rude. I think we jumped at the opportunity because it seemed like a win win situation, boy were we wrong. LIVE and LEARN, not happening to me again! People, stay away from timeshares presentations, if you want to buy a timeshare, buy a used one, and look out for the high maintenance fees!!!
Dante on 2014-06-11:
We attended the presentation in Long Island, NY and unluckily got suckered in to sign up for $5000.00. We took our first trip through this company which they arranged through Priness Cruise lines. The vacation price was the same as advertised by the cruise lines. At any rate, based on the contract, we are supposed to get a rebate of $500.00. To this date, 8 months later we are still waiting for the rebate. Countless emails and voice mails have not resulted in ANY phone calls from this company and we are still awaiting the rebates. Don't fall on their empty promises.Scam, scam......
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