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Timeshare Scams and Fraud

I hate HOliday INN club and how we were scammed and highly pressured into buying this nightmare and poor excuse of and invest meant. We want out of this nightmare and want our money back.

We stayed at Scottsdale Villa Mirage. Be careful! This place takes your money quickly and very slow in refunding, even it's their mistake overcharging you.

They charge $29.59 per day as the resort fee, which pretty much is the Internet services. Then, they tell us if we attend their sales presentation, some of that fee can be waived. The presentation is 2-hour long, with one representative one on one with us. They tried to sell their programs and bad-mouthing their competitors, such as RCI. Attacking others is not a good way to boost business. For that reason, the presentation is very distasteful to me.
We endured 2 hours of that and kept telling them that we won't buy any of their programs. Finally, they gave us a paper to waive 5 days' fee, not the entire 7 days' sta... Read More

Holiday Inn club is a scam company. They tell you anything to get you to buy a timeshare from them. They lie and use hours to waste our time until we could not take it anymore and just wanted to get out of there so we said yes. Then come to find out they lied about our fees staying the same. We can not afford the timeshare anymore. We want out of this nightmare and want our money back!

I hate my timeshare with Holiday Inn club, The fees go up every year even though I was never told that would happen. I can not afford this any longer and I can not even use this the way I was told I could I want OUT and want my money back.

I was cold contacted at home by Frederick Collins a broker claiming to be from Simply Real Estate in NYC interested in making an offer on my Mexican Mayan timeshare. I told him I received several scams offering the same deal every week. Of course he said this made his job harder but he was legitimate. He already knew all of my information as it is likely public record or has been sold to many scammers. As usual, the tipoff that this was a scam was the offer of $69,000, a ridiculously high amount. A quick search shows that these scammers are imitating a true Real Estate company in that area with the same name. Avoid this fake company offering to buy your Mexican timeshare.

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