Report: #1498054

Complaint Review: World Class Getaways - Conroe Texas

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  • Reported By: Sidney — San Rafael United States
  • World Class Getaways 812 W. Dallas STE 160 Conroe, Texas United States

World Class Getaways Scammed into buying a timeshare when I wanted to get rid of TS I owned Conroe Texas

*General Comment: Um, no

*Consumer Suggestion: Here's an idea

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I was invited to a meeting by these people who misrepresented themselves.  I was told they were from Vacation Village and would explain to me how to cancel my timeshares.

Instead I ended up with a new timeshare without knowing it and was asked to pay $11,000 to get rid of my prior timeshares wnen they were actually selling me a new one.  They said that with the $11,000 they would be able to get me out of my prior timeshares, yet I later found out I needed to pay even more money and had to conduct time consuming research for them, which I expected the $11,000 to be plenty sufficient for and was the agreement.  I was also told that I had to pay $550 of fees and would get points to use for vacations, but that I could use to pay for the $550, so I went along with it, because I was going to get rid of the timeshares.  It turns out the points could not be applied to the $550.

I had to sign the agreement without having time to read it, and anyhow it was so unclear that it was only once I receive a warranty deed in the mail and the maintenance fee invoices that I realized what had happened. 


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#2 General Comment

Um, no

AUTHOR: John - (United States)

POSTED: Friday, July 31, 2020

"I had to sign the agreement without having time to read it..."  No, you did not.  It's easy to see how you got stuck with a time share in the first place.  You need to grow up and stop letting yourself be manipulated like that.

Nobody held a gun to your head.  Nobody made you sign.  Nobody keeps making you turn over thousands of dollars to scammers.  Learn your lesson already.

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Here's an idea

AUTHOR: Flint - (Afghanistan)

POSTED: Monday, July 27, 2020

Maybe don't sign contracts until you read them next time?  Better yet, take the contract home and have a couple of people look over it before plonking down $11k on something.  If someone is pressuring you into signing something right away, that's a really good indication that  you are about to be ripped off.  Put the pen away, and walk out of the building.

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