• Report: #490526
Complaint Review:

The Grand Seas Resort, Club Navigo, Island One

  • Submitted: Sat, September 05, 2009
  • Updated: Wed, September 21, 2011

  • Reported By: club navigo scams — Florida USA
The Grand Seas Resort, Club Navigo, Island One
2424 North Atlantic Avenue Daytona Beach, Florida United States of America
  • Phone: (386) 677-
  • Web:
  • Category: Resorts

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*Consumer Comment: Club Navigo should resolve issues or stop selling

*Consumer Comment: I'm IN!!!!!

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I have read many complaints about The Grand Seas Resort and Club Navigo Resorts. I am yet another victim. I am only at the start of this but I am interest in people who would be willing to see if we can start a class action law suit against them. This would entail work on your end:
    Understand the legal terms: A class action is a procedure used to efficiently handle a lawsuit in which a large number of people have been injured by a common act, or set of actions, or product. A suit is not considered a class action until there is a court order making it such.
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If you are interested in taking action that may take years or you have a solution on how to get rid of it once trapped in I would like to know!

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#1 Consumer Comment

Club Navigo should resolve issues or stop selling

AUTHOR: Petra B - (USA)

I'm Also down with the class action.  See what I wrote. How can we get going with this.

I can't believe this.  I just read the complaint from Marsha in Bridgeport, WV and I was floored.  Just about everything she said in her complaint was said to me. Almost verbatim.

Guaranteed use anytime, anyplace. Here is Marsha's quote.

"I was reassured that I could use them anytime, anywhere in their resorts and would have no trouble getting reservations, even at the last minute. Well that was a joke. I have tried making reservations at their "all-inclusive" resorts, only to be told there is no availablity."

This is like deja vu. 

I purchased a so called platinum membership which apparently is being treated as any other timeshare.  According to the sales person, with platinum I am guaranteed to be accommodated anytime, even with a 2 week notice.  They actually did this the last time I used it. (mmmm).  Now they are saying this policy does not exist.  I recently called to make my reservation which incidently I have only used once and it is around New Years.  And was told that dates were not available.  I find that curious because the last time we used it, we had the same difficulty explaining the "platinum" ownership.  But after some phone wrangling, we were given the dates we wanted.  This time I am experiencing the same crap as before.

Incidently, I live in the state of Florida and have the occasion of going down to South Beach.  What I hae seen truly disturbs me.  I place looks like a dump.  Where is this maintenance money going? I spoke to the owner the time that I was down there and told me all these grandious plans. Of which none have occurred, including the ratty furniture on the front porch.

Furthermore, it seems to me that they are using this place to house their family and friends. How do I know it was family?)  I speak spanish and I heard the conversations.  I actually saw someone one hanging out of the window and another person eating rice and beans with Chicken. ( Yes, I was close enough to see that)

One more thing. It seems that avoidance and difficulty in reaching someone in charge is their way of dealing with their owners.
Okay with that all said.  I am ready to do whatever it takes to get what I was promised or get some resolution of this situation. 

This is deceptive at it's best and customer service at it's worse.  I am not going to give up my quest for justice.  I have nothing but time and money on my hands.   I am willing to use both to get what was promised.
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#2 Consumer Comment

I'm IN!!!!!

AUTHOR: Alarmguy - (U.S.A.)

I have been bamboozeled by these guys before.  I wrote the article on here from Kingston GA.  If we can get several others on here to go in, then it seems like a court would have to rule in our favor.  I get sick to my stomach everytime I hear, think or read about timeshares and Club Navigo.  I just feel like there is a rich fat man cruising the Caribean on our hard earned dollars.   Let me know what I can do.  Chris
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