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Gatlinburg, TN - we were stopped on the street and asked to take a tour. We told the lady that we did not want to buy anything, we don't make snap decisions, and we don't like high pressure sales tactics. The employee pulls out a binder with displays in it,...
Sales promotion for bluegreen resorts
We are bluegreen owners and we were called at home and told as we had not spoken to anyone in management since we joined that they were interested in getting our opinion as to how we felt about bluegreen. We naively thought this would be a great opportunity to learn more about how to use our ownership and also let them know that we were not very satisfied. As I should have expected it turned into nothing more than a high pressure sales tactit to try to sell us an upgrade of our membership. We were deceived and when we directly asked the salesperson if worked on commission he flatly denied it and insisted that he was there a travel coordinator for us if we bought the upgrade. And this upgrade was bargained priced for today only of course for around $9,000. He wasted more than an hour and a half of my own, my wife's time and my daughter having to wait for us in the playroom. It was demeaning, deceptive and I think these type of sales tactics should be into and perhaps a formal complaint should be filed.
Bluegreen Resorts in El Monte, California - Don't ever pay fees late
Due to an overlook on my part, I underpaid our fees by $49. I do all my bills on-line and paid that bill from memory (which is why I underpaid by $49). Never thought much of it. We moved, causing a confusing in our mailing address. Well, Bluegreen turned our account over to their collections company which charged us a late fee daily based on our entire fee charge of $469. Bluegreen and their collections company also claimed I didn't pay at all-which after showing them the cancelled checks they stopped that line. I am presently in negotiations/argument with Bluegreen because I'm fine with paying a late fee for the $49 I underpaid them. But since they charged me a daily late fee on the full amount, I've been charged an additional $458! Presently, I've paid $927 on a $469 bill and my account stills says I owe them 26 cents. Why do I keep paying them? Because if this goes on my credit report, I'll never get good rates on houses or cars. Bluegreen and their collections company basically charged me nearly 95% in late fees. Um, a little illegal I think. Last letter I sent gave them 20 days to refund me or I'll get a lawyer involved.
Bluegreen Resorts in Detroit, Michigan - Bluegreenresorts false advertising
i recently entered a drawing at comerica cityfest when a month later i got a call saying i had won four airline tickets i talked to a representative that gave me no indication she worked for bluegreen resorts she assured me these tickets were of no cost to me you can imagine my rage when my husband and i walked in to pick up our tickets and its a vacation club that wasnt the worst part in order to use the airline tickets we had to stay at their resorts at 350 a night for seven nights i was pissed
Bluegreen Resorts in Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Quick Lie
I was going to attempt a BlueGreen presentation in Minneapolis, Mn. I wanted to go during August 30th-Sept 1st and the sell person told me that the days were available and that she booked them. The sells person gave me a conformation number after taking my debit care info, and told me to give the conformation number to the person at the Radison hotel. I called right away, and there was no information in the computer regarding my reservation. I called the next day and there was still no information in the computer regarding my reservation. The person told me that sells person never enter any information regarding my reservation and that she was completely booked during those days. I asked for a refund, and I was told that I should get it within 3-5 days.
-Bluegreen is a company built on selling timeshares. -Bluegreen is a growing company that is expanding its footprint throughout the continental U.S. and also through its subcontracting with other timeshare groups worldwide. -The Bluegreen sales team is a professional...
Bluegreen Resorts in Laurens, South Carolina - Blue Green Resorts can not find my downpayment
on june 10 we sign a contract with bluegreen for a timeshare, we deciede a few days later to rescend the contract. i sent not one but 3 letters 1 to the gatlinburg address and 2 to the ft lauderdale address, to day is august 13th 2008 and i have still not received my down payment back. they can not find it even when i gave them the contract number could it be that they could and did not spell my name correctly now i have to wait three more day till they research it. they are trying to make it as if i did not cancel but i have the signed return receipt to prove i did and the date i got it on time. beware
Bluegreen resorts are conartists
they offer you free airline tickets(if you stay 7 days at a hotel of their choice that run $100-300 per night) they offer you free hotel stays again at hotels of their choice $$$$. free dinner tickets- at expensive restaurants-usually $10 or $20 off at some restaurant far away- by the time you get there it was'nt worth it in gas.... and lastly you sit through a boring 2-3 hour deal where they *** you into buying a *** timeshare! dont do it-i decided to give the trial membership a try and by the time i decided to cancel it they were complete jerks about it- i had to pay $16.00 to send my cancel request to boca raton florida and now they want to keep some of my deposit for some dumb book that they gave me at the tour- its not worth it people....it is a 100% scam.
Bluegreen Resorts in Springfield, Missouri - Not everyone who tours timeshares are mooches....
My husband and I toured several timeshares, before we decided to buy. Not because we are mooches, but because we are wise investors. Only an *** buys something sight unseen. It is always wise to check out anything before you buy it, especially large purchase items. The timeshare industry plays the odds with about a 1/3 of the people who walk through their doors becoming owners. It is a cost-effective advertising ploy that benefits both parties. We do currently own a timeshare and feel that after seeing what is out there, we made an informed decision. Thank you.
I have owned through Bluegreen for 7 years now and have always been treated exceptionally well! But then again I read a contract before I sign it! You people that are complaining obviously don't. Now I will be the first to admit that the SALESMAN at the resorts are...
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