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Let me begin by saying I’m a reasonably smart guy. I thought i could match wits with a sales agent. Nope! I’m handicapped by trust and being honest.

These sales people are ’professionals’. They are devious, highly trained, deceptive, manipulative liars and thieves. They are very creative. No matter what they tell you, only what is written on the hundreds of pages of the contract maters in the end. There is NO recourse after signing!

Their escalation’ appeals process is a joke. All they did was recite the contract back to me and tell me i signed the forms. The sales agent’s boss (VP of sales) just supported his salesman and essentially told me he had trained his agents in the very lies i had been told.

Im just SOL.

My recommendation:

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I paid into Occidental Vacation Club thinking that it would give me 100 years (every other year) of free rentals, but it's not. You have to pay maintenance fees depending on your vacation club membership and when you try to book a vacation, the club does not have any room available for booking and in addition to that, you have to pay fees to stay there for the week that you book. I was not able to book for any vacation in the past 9 years. If you were to book for a vacation with other sites, it's probably cheaper than buying into this vacation club membership (timeshare). This is a scam. Please do not buy into this vacation club membership.

Company cannot supply the One Bedroom Condo, at any date promised. Total scam, 30 days to return membership. Do no trust anyone in sales.

My husband and I got involved in a orientation through pigeon forge. We were to be at the preview center in August 2019 at 8 am. We arrived early and really just went to get our money back that we spent at Captian Jim's seafood buffet and they also said we would get a free 3 day 2 night trip to pigeon forge TN for a gift. They said we would not be there but for 120 minutes. We met with Carey he dud the orientation and he tried to sell us points and we told him no at least 6 different times. They just kept on and on and on and sending more and more people filling our heads with what I thought at the time was stressful and kind of pressuring too. We kept telling them that we couldn't afford what they were selling and we needed to leave because we had a 6 hour drive home. They kept ... Read More

This was an offer to stay at hotels around the country for free if you attend a timeshare sales presentation lasting 120 minutes. It cost $200. Amy Sindle that sold us this said that there never is a problem staying at one of their locations--that is until you call and all their locations are booked up for the year. Maybe next April or May. I am appalled that they have nothing to offer. This is non refundable. I guess I'm out $200. This is a scam to make money they know people wont be able to use.

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