My wife and I have recently sat through a Travelloga high-pressure sales pitch at Ft. Lauderdale Beach Place Mall. We were told that with their travel club membership they could offer great discounts on travel accommodations anywhere we wanted to go. It was already suspicious when the sales person dropped the price to $3,000 for the same package after we told him we could not afford $9,000 in a matter of minutes, but we still got trapped into this "Deal", paid the fee and signed a contract. They give you all the wonderful examples while you are there and paint an amazing picture. The pressure to sign on the spot is just incredible. They clearly know what buttons to push, what questions you are going to ask and they have answers prepared for those questions. However, once we got home, we found that the prices they offered were not any better than what we could find on our own through Expedia, Travelocity, etc. or even the hotels or condos own website. In a lot of cases we actually found better prices. Of course the benefit of going direct with the travel or resort websites is that they do not charge you yearly fees and make you waste $3,000 upfront for nothing. Travelloga offers little to no value. Also, all their "short term" condos are junk, and virtually unavailable in any popular location. we have paid them for absolutely nothing. I am convinced that this company misrepresented their services and are running a scam. They even tell you that they have been in businesses for years and have thousands of members, when in reality it is a new fly-by-night shop. I would not be surprised if we find an empty office there tomorrow. Do not let them rip you off and if you have been victims to this like we were, contact your credit card company and dispute the charges.