- Report: #1057310
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Complaint Review: Total Resorts Solutions, David Foster Agent
Total Resorts Solutions, David Foster Agentlargo street Florida, Florida USA
Total Resorts Solutions, David Foster Agent called to solicit buying my unused vacation points from RCI, guaranteed 1300. per week if I paid 400.00 fees. Florida Florida
*UPDATE Employee ..inside information: truth and perception
*Consumer Comment: NO PROBLEM
*Consumer Suggestion: ask lots of questions
*Consumer Comment: Total Resort Solutions
*Consumer Suggestion: How do you know this is a ripoff?
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I was contacted by David Foster with Total Resorts Solutions to buy my unused 20,000 points from RCI. Was guaranteed 1,300.00 per week for each of the two weeks available and I would have to pay 399.00 for transfer fees and would receive a check for 2377.00 within 60 days. I contacted RCI to see if this would even be possible. I was told no. No one, especially an outside company could buy my unused points. I am the point holder and could only use my points. RCI would not even buy unused points. This is a scam to bleed 400.00out of people who not only cant afford to use their points, but can't afford to lose 400.00. I am in need of monies due to hardship and to take advantage of me is bullcrap. Do not fall into the trap. Just a SCAM.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/07/2013 02:10 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Total-Resorts-Solutions-David-Foster-Agent/Florida-Florida/Total-Resorts-Solutions-David-Foster-Agent-called-to-solicit-buying-my-unused-vacation-1057310. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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