Reviews of the timeshare industry by the owners...
People beware: We recently attended one of the presentations for the Wyndham. During the presentation they asked us for our social security numbers. We told them we would supply those if we decided to buy. They assure us they would not check our credit until we signed. They did check and sent us an approval letter a week later.
Do not buy a timeshare from Coco Sunset in Guanacaste Costa Rica! They are running a scam telling buyers that they can sell their existing timeshare units at a great rate to “rich Asians” and with their purchase of 4 weeks, they can rent them at a guaranteed rate of about $2500 per week. Guaranteed for 10 years. We foolishly believed their story and have come to find out it is all a fraud.
We went there with all of the intentions to see what all the timeshare was about. All they want is your money for their hotel for a week then you have to pay a assco. fee annualy. Then we finally got out of there after three hours. We got our free gifts. Which are completely ridiculous. For our mini vacation.
Received a letter from Resort Owners Association located in Orlando, FL claiming that "for a limited time, you may participate in this program that may eliminate maintenance fees for timeshare owners" I called their phone number (1-877-502-XXXX) and they tried to sent me up with an appointment to talk with a representative who would be in my city on a date in July.