Wyndham Vacation Ownership Complaint - Wyndham Timeshare Scams

Review by hunter60 on 2011-03-13
ORLANDO, FLORIDA -- Beware of any attempts from Wyndham when visiting their resorts or hotels. Free gift offerings are offered in the terms of free gifts or soveigneers in your acceptance you have committed to three points without even being introduced to what they are. Those points are Soveigneers, Surveys an Sales with intent to move the the three in Progressive steps over years through the same Progressive marketing techniques. Their presentations are fradualent and presented with usually high marketing pressure to the general public. My wife and I have been scammed several times through their sales adventures always being presented with this high market value of property which you learn you can't give away not to mention the fact that your name is being handed out to every other scam artist in the timeshare industry along the way by Wyndhams marketing department.

Also beware of handing out names of your friends and family, only give the names of the ones you don't care for as the ones you do you'll soon make angry to the point of them wanting to take action toward you for marketing their names to fraudulent sales and marketing of timeshares.
Comments:1 Replies - Latest reply on 2011-03-14
Posted by saj80 on 2011-03-14:
If you lack the ability to say "no", you should avoid these sales presentations. All timeshare companies offer gifts of some kind to attend their meetings, and attendance is mandatory to receive the gifts. My wife and I attended one in Hawaii a couple of years ago because we received free tickets for some local attractions, valued at over $100 each. The meeting sucked, was very high pressure, but we simply kept saying "no". After the 90 minute presentation, we finally left, with our tickets for the local attractions. I probably wouldn't do it again, but it was worth it one time.

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