Coral Resorts invited us to visit their resort in Hilton Head. Had to attend a 90 minute presentation. Afterwards we were asked to purchase into this timeshare. we told them we had two already and were not interested. This is where the scam begins. They offered to buy our Nashville timeshare for $9,000. They would sell theirs to us for $6,000 and give us two developer weeks. WE were told the check would be mailed to us in 30 days, 60 at the latest. I asked how easy would it be to use the developer weeks. I was told no problem, just don't use it around a holiday it would be hard to get in. We were also told the maintenance fees were every two years since we bought into the bi program. We were given 31,000 points to be renewed every 2 years for RCI. These maintenance fees are being charged every year. Never received a check, They never bought our timeshare, tried to use developer week, was told they are booked up, you may be able to get in in January, but the price to reserve starts at $!,000 for week!! Where is the "give" In this? While we were signing the papers, he was explaining what we were signing. All of this was signed but we never got the papers for the above agreement. I believe they shredded this part and gave us what they wanted us to have which was a contract stating they were going to list our property with a third party where it may or may not be sold. We would pay the maintenance fees every year. The only thing honest about their presentation was the 30,000 points. These people need to be stopped!!
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