I Walked Away!
BFANSON, MISSOURI -- I just finished with a presentation of Travel-To-Go and I wanted to share my experience while it's still fresh on my mind. The presenter was fine and slick. When he gave us the price early on of $9,995 to be "upfront with us" I thought to myself, well, I might be interested in it if it was around $2,500. It looked good...better than my timeshare contract that cost me $14,000...that I would sell in a minute if I could get anywhere close to my money back.
Then the personal salesman sat down with us and when I told him I wasn't willing to spend $10,000 on anything like this he very quickly took $6,000 off the price. As this was going on I was looking online and seeing not-so-favorable reviews, so I wasn't interested in $6,000 off. Well, of course the price kept coming down and then he said he would "talk to his boss" and see what he could do for us. And we all know that he went to the back and had a cup of coffee and when he came back he was down to my $2,500 goal, the employee discount that he was only able to offer four times a year...yeah sure...but he also offered us the PREMIUM package worth $17,000 for.....$3,000. Well, by this time I was pissed off and walked.
Let me tell you, Travel-To-Go, if you want my business be honest with me upfront. Don't discount it 75% if you can offer it at that price anyway. It makes me think that you are trying to milk me for as much as you can upfront. I guess you saw that I was already pissed off at the "deal" I got for my timeshare (17 years ago) and you knew I would be a hard sell. Well, it still didn't work. So I have no firsthand experience WITH the product, but I sure don't like the sales pitch.