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Blue green told us that we could sell our points and recieve a check to cover our payments....in case we weren't able to ''get free'' and use our points at any given time..... we make payments of 278 dollars a month and that' not counting the...
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Anonymous
#8911

continued in annual fees and maint. fees thats over 7000 for 1 vacation.

where's the good deal? im sure i could find my own vaction for $7000.

i was told to up my points, great higher mortgage payment and maint. fees go with that idea

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#118271 Review #118271 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Bluegreen Resorts in Green Bay, Wisconsin - Phone Sales Called me a Retard

I was just on the ohne with a sales solicitation for G?B Resorts. Offered a gift valued at $3200.00 and included 4 airline tickets and all I had to pay was the lodging for the resort. I just priced out airline tickets to Las Vegas, Florida and CA. and I can get to any of these destinations for $200.00 / ticket and yes roundtrip and to England, Paris and other European cities for $700 per ticket. My sales person pointed out $2800 was close to the $3200 value and it would be only by lodging resort fees I would pay. When I said but why would I think the value up to $3200 is such a deal if I can get them for $4000 less, I was not interested and thankyou but I am not interested, he thought I hung up, but hadn't and he said", Oh, this retard, I can't take this". This "retard" is not willing to think $2800 is equal to the $3200 value they are "giving" away. Most of all I don't think I want to do business with people who call me a retard for asking a question or question?
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Anonymous
#21684

I really cannot follow anything this person is saying. I am especially confused about his/her comment that they can get a $3200 trip for $4000 less. I like that math--you obviously have found a way to get paid to go on vacation.

Anonymous
#16810

the way you type makes me think you are a retard man.. :?

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#118170 Review #118170 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Bluegreen Resorts in Atlanta, Georgia - Bluegreen. Nothing but broken promises and lies.

Originally, we were lied to by the sales person on several issues. The only answer we could get from the company was that the company was not responsible for what their sales people say. We have recently upgraded our ownership. (I can't believe I got suckered again). Paid the loan off in full but they said my check bounced. Knowing that was impossible, I contacted my bank to find out that they had no record of a check being submitted. Our course, Bluegreen blamed me and would not resubmit the check. Funny thing, they would not send me a copy of the check though. I finally sent them another check, identical to the first. This time it clear but, you guested it, it didn't cover the late fees and interest. I tried to speak with the CSR, her supervisor, and the Mortgage manager but got absolutely no results. The $350 in fees is worth more than word-of-mouth adverstising, I guess. So here's my word-of-mouth advertising. When you deal with Bluegreen, expect lies, no call backs, poor customer service and expect to get screwed!!!
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#117744 Review #117744 is a subjective opinion of poster.
I admit I work for Bluegreen Resorts and I, like any consumer, read reviews. I am astonished by the ignorance of some of the people who post reviews. Lets be honest and look at the truth about these packages. Most people pay $49.00 for a two night hotel stay in a...
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Anonymous
#11844

My husband and I just got back from a "free" B/G vacation, and I have to agree 100% with the B/G employee here... We knew exactly what to expect when we paid the $49 for our weekend in Charleston.

We were respectful and interested during the sales presentation, we were even interested up to a point, but as soon as it became clear to us that they couldn't offer us a value we could live with, we said our thanks yous, our good-byes and left. Yes, they tag-teamed a bit (they've spent a lot of money to try to make this sale) but again, that's to be expected. We got our $50 gift cards, enjoyed our weekend in Charleston and went home happy. Consumer websites are always one-sided since folks are more eager to complain than commend.

Just remember folks, there's no such thing as a completely free lunch - but these "bate & snare" vacations come pretty close if you just take it for what it is.

Time shares aren't for everybody but they DO work for some people. It's worth a couple of hours of your time to find out if it works for you, and apparently it's worth $300-$400 to the companies to try to get your business, so don't be embarrassed about taking the bait w/out swallowing the hook.

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#117719 Review #117719 is a subjective opinion of poster.
My family and I were also sucked in to a 90min tour for a vacation voucher. Talk about high pressure sales tactics I was afraid we were going to have to give them our firstborn son or promise them a kidney to be realeased from their clutches. On the other hand as we...
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Anonymous
#22622

Jan

what porkie pies you tell

Bluegreen is one of the best products on the market and is an outstanding vacation club

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#117022 Review #117022 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Bluegreen Resorts in Saint Paul, Minnesota - Stealing money from consumers by charging for so called free gifts

Leaving the mall i came upon a salesperson from bluegreen who coaxed me into going to one of their seminars with the offer of one night free lodging and four free passes at the mall of america waterpark. I have a 14yr old whose bday was coming up and I thought,' nice..'. They did inform me that i would have to pay 65.00usd for the FREE gift cert so after three hours of trying to get me to buy a timeshare, i was let go and paid a check before receiving my cert. I have been unable to use the cert due to blackout dates which includes every type of holiday, weekend and school vacation.It is a total ripoff and i am so pleased that i did not buy their useless timeshare. Thanks for all your complaints. We will fight unfair practices one consumer at a time.
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#117016 Review #117016 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Spring of 2007 a telemarketer began calling offering us a special deal at Blue Green Resorts. After about the 10th call of my wife and I tossing it back and forth with talk to my husband to talk to my wife, I finally talked to the telemarketer. She made a great offer...
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Anonymous
#170395

My family (6 people)got a GREAT package to stay in Orlando. We stayed at the Fountains for 4 days 3 nights for 49 dollars total!!

We stayed in a 1200 foot villa . It was beautifully furnished and is only 2 years old. We were next to SeaWorld and Universal and only a short distance to Disney!

We went to a presentation that lasted about 96 minutes and then we decided that we would purchase with Bluegreen. We have always loved the destinations that we go to with Bluegreen.

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#116767 Review #116767 is a subjective opinion of poster.

Bluegreen Resorts in Waycross, Georgia - Also lied to by bluegreen salesperson

i also bought a bluegreen timeshare. it has not been all bad, but we were mislead by the salesteam. they will tell you that you are locked in on bonus time rates. they went up in less than 6 months of purchase. we were vacationing in st. augutine fl., and there was a couple visiting the resort. they had also been told the same lie. dont go to a owners update either its another 2-3 hrs of pressure for a upgrade sale. they insulted us that we were selfish to leave our children only 9000 pts. she didnt think college, and cars were as important.
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#116549 Review #116549 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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Now that we are home and recuperated from our Bluegreen experience, I wanted to send a letter of compliant. After researching a bit, I see I'm not the only one out there and so this letter may well be ignored.We were first contacted at a Bass Pro Shop store in...
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Anonymous
#26481

I work for Bluegreen, and, yes, we're trained to sell a product to unsuspecting consumers. We will do whatever is necessary to accomplish our goal, which is to sign up customers so that we can collect huge sums of money on maintenance fees and club dues.

We very often say whatever it takes to close the sale, because our contract has a provision that states whatever a salesman promises is non-binding, and that only the contract is legally binding. So, until *** people stop coming to our booths at trade shows, we will continue to take advantage of you all.

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#116544 Review #116544 is a subjective opinion of poster.
I bought at Big Cedar Lodge near Branson, MO. The sells guy told me it was a home away from home. Just call a week in advance and we will get in either the lodge or cabin. Once we bought I tried for a year to into this place. I would get the same old run a round we are...
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Anonymous
#234115

Todd darling how do you sleep at nights knowing that you have told us a great big fat bag of lies.

If you dont pay your fees then Bluegreen foreclose on you (rightly so).

So Toddy boy less of the *** please or I may have to kiss and tell

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#115871 Review #115871 is a subjective opinion of poster.
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