Report: #816979

Complaint Review: VacationTimeshare Sales

  • Submitted: Mon, January 02, 2012
  • Updated: Tue, October 02, 2012
  • Reported By: BLentzTX — Wimberley Texas United States of America
  • VacationTimeshare Sales

    United States of America

VacationTimeshare Sales VacationTimeshare Sales Inc; Timeshare Sales, Vacation Timeshares, Vacation Marketing, Vladimir Holquin, Hailey O'Connor RIP OFF!!! gave me sales contract, took my money for "legal fees" and disappeared... Internet

*Consumer Suggestion: Lengthy but helpful and worth reading about timeshare and vacant property scams

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called saying they had a buyer for my timeshare... stupid me, I signed a FAXed contract (without their physical address) and let them debit my business VISA... haven't heard from 'em since... I'd been talking to Vladimir Holquin (sales) and Hailey O'Connor ("legal dept")... if you find 'em, please shoot 'em...
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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Lengthy but helpful and worth reading about timeshare and vacant property scams

AUTHOR: anonymous - (United States of America)

I had worked in this industry for a little while. At first the company that I did actually work for was advertising customer's property or timeshares. Once most of the owner's had been contacted regarding advertising there property the new thing that was added to the "sales person's' pitch was that they have interested parties (but are very vague and won't give full details, because, yeah technically anyone that looked at the website was a "interested party".) Some of the representatives will go as far as to tell you that the do have a buyer, which is completely illegal in the state of Florida, where the rooms I had worked in are. Also, most employee's do not even give there real names, which is also illegal.  If someone contacts you and says that they have an interested party or a buyer be VERY persistent in wanting to see actual proof. Do not accept a phone call as proof either as sometimes the Reps work in teams and one will say they are selling it for you and the other will talk to you and ask questions as if he/she was the actual buyer.  The companies that deal with resale of timeshares and vacant property are not licensed to actually sell your property, it is a for sale by owner property and all they can do is provide you with advertisment. If you have been scammed by such a company the best advice I can give you is to not sign any paperwork until you have absolute proof there is a buyer, dispute and even re-dispute with your credit card company and most importantly contact the Department of Agriculture. The more complaints the D.O.A. gets the more likely they are to investigate and get the company shut down. In Florida the phone number for the D.O.A. is 1-800-HELP-FLA (1-800-4357-352). The more people that call the harder it will be for these types of companies.
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