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Timeshare Scams and Fraud

In 2019, we were visiting a Diamond Resorts location and were offered a discount 4-day trip to Palm Springs if we attended a timeshare presentation while there. The staff pressured us relentlessly into making a purchase. While at the presentation, we were told that these resorts were for the exclusive use of members, that this was a real estate investment, and that not traveling more with our family made us bad parents. Finally, we felt that we needed to make a purchase, not only to leave, but so that our children could experience the lifestyle that the representative was promising. After that day, we continued to get hounded with calls from Diamond employees asking us when we would be attending a welcome presentation. Every time we tried to book it; nothing was available! ... Read More

I was visiting a resort in Utah when I was asked to attend a presentation with Diamond. I had previously been an owner with Monarch Grand Vacations and was told that this meeting was needed to address changes due to COVID. When I arrived at the presentation, I was told that since Monarch had gone bankrupt, I was being given the opportunity to upgrade into the Diamond system so that I did not lose my equity or see my maintenance fees increase to the point where they would be unaffordable. I felt that I had absolutely no choice but to make this purchase! I was told that I would be receiving bonus points, that my maintenance fees would be fixed, and that this would be a real estate purchase that I could refinance for a lower rate. Nothing that I was told that day is true! What... Read More

I was visiting Polo Towers in Las Vegas when I was asked to attend a sales update presentation. I told the staff many times that I was not interested but they insisted that it was necessary for me to learn about new updates. When I arrived, I was told that this meeting would take an hour of my time. This could not have been further from the truth! I told the sales rep that I was not interested in making any changes to what I already owned and that I was on a fixed income and could not afford anything more. He told me that this loan would have an interest rate of 3.99% and that the payments would only be $230 a month. I was skeptical but trusted that the staff had my best interest at heart. When I got back to my room, I tried to call and cancel but I was once again reas... Read More

Lifelink, Inc. is a government contractor DUNS 168241557, and do not participate in any projects other than the U S Government. This alleged complaint is slanderous, etc. & please look to the source when their articles or complaints are clearly a hate message and without merit.
Col. L V Ruffin, Ret.

We were vacationing in Las Vegas when we approached in the lobby of Circus Circus and offered a gift if we attended a sales presentation. Since we were told this would take no longer than 90 minutes, we agreed. When we arrived, we were paired with a member of the sales staff that pressured us into making a purchase for hours. Every time that we said no, we were approached by more sales staff that continued to offer “new” and “better” packages. When we finally agreed, we learned that they had already run our credit, even though we had never consented. We were so uncomfortable but felt like we had to make a purchase to leave! Every time we have booked time with this membership, we have been forced to attend an owners meeting, which is just another sales presentation!... Read More

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