In October of 2006 my wife and I went to Las Vegas for our honeymoon, and were approached for some tickets to a show if we would go take a look at a timeshare company. We had looked at timeshare in the past, so we were willing to take a look.
The presentation was presented by a company called Vacation Resort Group, and was marketing for Interval International, Which IS a legitimate company, but the Vacation Resort Group made some promises that have not been met.
When I called the company to find out what was going on, I was told that the accounts were sold out to a company called the Harbor Resort Management Group. They called me to advise me that the records from the Vacation Resort Group were in a mess, and some of the records were lost, mine being some of them.
The company finally told me that my records had been found, but that the trip to Hawaii that I was supposed to receive as part of the entire purchased package was not promised by them and they would have to work out something else, because that trip would cost too much and would eat up any profits that they were going to make.
Bottom line, the trip has been forgotten. The telephones to the Harbor Resort Management Group are never answered, and the messages left never get returned. The Mr. Brian Kasalis that has a message on the answering machine, NEVER returns a call, and most of the time all the phones are either forwarded to some voice mail box, or some other answering machine.
This company represents a legitimate time share company, but they are scamming the people along the way. You then get locked into a mortgage payment that you cannot get out of, but you also cannot get your money back, or the other trips or incentives that have been promised to you to get you to buy the time share in the first place.