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Report: #1508434

Complaint Review: BlueGreen Vacations - Boca Raton FL

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  • Reported By: James — Atlanta United States
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  • BlueGreen Vacations 4960 Conference Way North Boca Raton, FL United States

BlueGreen Vacations BlueGreen Coporation High Pressure Sales to buy worthless timeshare Boca Raton FL

*General Comment: Just curious...

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Bluegreen timeshares are worthless. It is impossible to book any accommodations that are nice without purchasing extra points. The properties are not that great and not that clean. Their resorts always seem to be located in crappy tourist-trap locations like Myrtle Beach, SC.

When we stayed in Orlando one time, we were booked in the hotel which was crappy - not the newly renovated 2 bed 2 bath condos that were nice. So that was a bummer. Maintenance fees and save-your-points costs just keep coming with no real value. Bottom line: Bluegreen is a BAD Deal.

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#1 General Comment

Just curious...

AUTHOR: John - (United States)

POSTED: Saturday, May 29, 2021

What was the "high pressure" applied to you to "make" you sign a contract?  Gun to the head?  Kidnapped a child? Locked the doors and wouldn't let you leave till you signed?  Or was it more along the lines of a free breakfast and a lot of coaxing, and you having the spine of a jellyfish?

Buyer's remorse is 100 percent the responsibility of the buyer.  The first step toward avoiding problems like this in the future is admitting your culpability here.  There's no such thing as successful "high pressure sales" when you can just walk away.

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