A Client had a timeshare with RCI for years with a fixed week in the Poconos in PA. When she passed away a couple of years ago we found the paperwork. My mom had no interest and was going to call them and tell them they could have it. She mentioned it to me and eventually I was able to get ahold of a local rep who totally schmoozed me into believing this is fantastic. Long and the short of it… I transferred the account to a points account ($2000.00) and was told I could use it at any Wyndham hotels and all of the places listed on the website. Turns out there is a lot you can do on the RCI website but very little of it allows you to use points. So here I am paying two timeshares (oh yea icing on the cake the sales rep “gave me… for free” a 2nd timeshare that had just been foreclosed on so now I have to pay two annual fees and get twice the points that I can’t use.)
We just got a notice that my timeshare resort in Reno, Nevada, is going out of business at the end of the year, too broke to continue. They want me to sign a deed-back where I just give up my timeshare, for no money. I have enjoyed vacationing at the Plaza Resort Club for a long time. Should I just sign over the deed or get a lawyer?
Call ITRA Sindapore right away if you were told these lies while purchasing a timeshare contract
The timeshare industry has two faces: on the one hand, has guaranteed vacations in beautiful and luxury suites at amazing places and promise to be less expensive over time to travel through a travel agent. On the other hand, unfortunately is also rife of deception, misrepresented promises and scams by unscrupulous sellers who are not interested in nothing but their welfare despite leaving an innocent purchaser with unnecessary debt.
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After nearly two weeks of legal representations in London’s High Courts, the RCI Action Group hearing drew to a close on Monday 23 May 2016 and the Judge has now entered a period of deliberation, prior to handing down judgment.
Timeshare operator Westgate Resorts is asking the Supreme Court to review a recent court ruling that slapped it with a $500,000 judgment for what a Tennessee judge called “intentional and fraudulent conduct.”
As we reported back in October, there are a group of 487 Claimants that believe they have suffered in the holiday exchange program sold to them by RCI Europe. These claimants believe that they were not delivered the exchanges that they were promised in the presentations or the lovely colourful holiday brochures at the time of purchase. These showed a multitude of accommodations that the buyer could interchange with the property that they had invested in, to a similar standard and value.
Attn: Wine Investors.
While it is natural for victims to err on the side of caution. All of us at ITRA feel it important to clarify the unverified comments on this page for the benefit of all.
Mindshare: These are not facts. This misinformation run by Alberto Garcia (RCI pay-rol) is designed to reduce the entrants (ie victims such as yourselves) and their liability (such as refunds) of one particular company, which previously lost a large litigation battle in December 2008 in the New Jersey District Court (USA) in 2008. The same parent company is currently facing a 12,000 litigation strong ITRA case in the London High Courts (UK) for Skimming.
Mindshare is no more than a webpage backed by the very culprit organization in this case.
The Timeshare Consumer Association exposed this. Europe’s No. 1 free advise center on Timeshare.
The MINDSHARE SCAM webpage has also been exposed on:www.yourvoice.asia
You may independently verify this information by visiting Alexa.com. A professional webmasters investigation tool. Scroll down the page at find: “what sites link to mindshare”? One of the top sites is: www.rci.com