Report: #1403446

Complaint Review: Unlimited Vacation Club

  • Submitted: Sun, October 01, 2017
  • Updated: Sun, October 01, 2017
  • Reported By: johnny — kerrville Texas USA
  • Unlimited Vacation Club
    15501 North Dial Blvd
    Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Phone: 8555339400
  • Web:
  • Category: Resorts

Unlimited Vacation Club Product that was sold was NOTwhat I received Scottsdale Arizona

*General Comment: You have GOT to be kidding us.

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My wife and I went to Cancun for our honeymoon in August 2016. While at the Silversands Resort some excursions were offered if we set in on sales pitch for other resorts/vacations. Well the deal offered was pay $26,000 for years of "discounts" and we would get to stay at 5 star hotels for less than price of regular stay at hotel. I paid $13,000 down because I got 0% interest on loan of other $13000. When my wife and I returned home and couldn't wait to book our next vacation to Cabo Wabo which all we would pay for a classy 1 - 2 bedroom apt which was showed to us at Silversands Resort. All we had to pay was like $75 dollars a day. The only other out of pocket expense was $125 yearly maintenance expense. Come to find  out when we placed order UVC wanted another $4000. We thought there was a mistake and started calling UVC customer service. This back and forth communication started about Sept. By Dec we started figuring out what was really going on. Either I got no return call or excuse of won't even discuss sitution with me because I had not started paying my monthly payment. I stated that the salesman misrepresented their product and they were in breach of contract so I would not pay until our original deal was kept or wanted refund. Long story short is I got no resolution. This was a complete scam. I've attempted getting lawyers, but they want money upfront and I don't have it. Unfortunately I was diagnosed with cancer in Dec 2016 and am just getting back to my old self so wanted to post this. If other readers who have had this done know of way to address this legally I'm interested. I know with as many of us a possible civil action suit could be possible, but have had no luck. If you are researching this company before buying in, please don't. This has been a terrible ordeal for my family and we are just working people who don't have that kind of money to throw around. I'm usually more cautious than this, but caught up in the moment of our honeymoon, I didn't research enough and got burned.

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#1 General Comment

You have GOT to be kidding us.

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

You're on your honeymoon and you take time to listen to some bs seminar - not only listen, but hand over $26,000 without doing any research at all.  I'm guessing your wife is the brains in the family.

Now you figure out you've been conned and you "don't have money to throw around like this."  Well, why did you throw it around then?  I'm guessing that the $13,000 you handed over was your wedding money.  Even if it wasn't, you must have been planning to take a LOT of expensive vacations in the near future if you thought that the offer sounded attractive.  Why were you planning on taking lots of vacations when you "don't have money to throw around like this."  You'd like to hire lawyers but you can't afford that because they want money up front.

$26,000 for a discount vacation package?  Here you go, Person I've Never Met and Don't Know Anything About.  Lawyers?  Can't afford that.  Again, sounds like  your wife is the brains in the family.

And now, like 99.9 percent of all posters on Ripoffreport, you have cancer (well, ok, that's not exactly fair.  Sometimes it's other diseases.  Sometimes it's a disability.  Sometimes it's autistic kids or I Lost My Job.  But it's always something that has nothing to do with the report but is instead just a pathetic grab for sympathy.) 

Sorry, but you paid the stupid tax and this is probably less a ripoff and more consumer's remorse stemming from you simply not doing your due diligence.  

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