Columbia, South Carolina
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The great deception I have ever experienced was with the bluegreen resorts timeshare, they tell you a lot of wonderful things , most of them is merely lies, just to sign and stuck ed the rest your of life paying mortgage and maintenance fee which they double every couple of years. I do not recommend any one to buy a timeshare with this company, and if it happen, take your lawyer with you to revise every single word in the contract because they fire the sales people who signed the contracts and they deny any thing you was promised, and no one answer your complain, then you will get your blood pressure and stress level skyrocketing.

Monetary Loss: $20.

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TimeshareAngel
#277479

I am associated with a company that helps people get rid of their timeshares. The site can be viewed at www.donewithtime.com.

We dont sell timeshares, you wont or get any money for them. We just relieve you of all future financial obligation.

We have been in business for 11 years giving timeshare owners some relief from the trap that they get themselves caught in. Our office number is 417-334-0892 if you have any questions.

Anonymous
#134754

Lord *** Your a total pig.

Hahaha...that my uneducated friend is what is known as a "Red Herring". Accusing me of "drumming up business"....hahaha!!!! The only business I'm in is trying to put yours out of business, and in the process helping as many consumers as I can from being cheated.

That YAHOO club is a nest where the sales parasites sit and wait for you to come in hoping to find out the secret "Bluegreen handshake" only to get more points pushed on you. You people are nothing more than septic sauce. Heres a little Bluegreen mantra for you - "Subject to Availability" 11 months out - sure, if you want to stay in Branson in March. *** your a complete *** bag dude. You and the rest of your Bluegreen concubines. God will cast his vengence on you soon enough...you can bank on that pal.

Lord Mankinholes
Nettetal, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany #134470

I see Shu is drumming up business the HIS/HER/THEIR SCAM

how much you made up to now?

Anonymous
#133372

There is an attorney currently taking names of Bluegreen owners who are seeking justice for being scammed. Contact cybershu@yahoo.com for details.

Anonymous
#130919

If your reading this and you've been cheated by Bluegreen you need to IMMEDIATELY FILE A COMPLAINT with the Better Business Bureau website for West Palm Beach.

Then the Better Business Bureau website for the region that covers the area where you purchased your timeshare and/or where your timeshare is deeded.

Then go to the Federal Trade Commission website and file a complaint there. Then file a complaint with the Attorney General of the state you purchased your plan in.

Don't wait....PLEASE, do this now.

Anonymous
#129052

Jared...you *** bag. You are another Bluegreen employee claiming to be in the military to establish some credibility. I am in the military. The fact you dare pass yourself off as one of my brothers in arms makes my blood boil you gutter trash! I hope you rot.

Why...WHY would anyone "Happy" bother to make a post at "Pissed Consumer" HAHAHAHA....what a sham.

Folks, if you are NOT a Bluegreen employee and are looking for an honest assessment of this company believe this one. Bluegreen is a nest of liars and thieves. They are out to steal your money and couldn't give two sh$ts less about you or your family. They only care about getting you to sign their contract so their lawyers can tell you next year "sorry, your contract specifically states 'based on availability'"This is the most unethical and immoral company in existence. I don't understand why the government lets these *** bags continue to operate

Anonymous
#129046

Jared...you *** bag. You are another Bluegreen employee claiming to be in the military to establish some credibility. I am in the military. The fact you dare pass yourself off as one of my brothers in arms makes my blood boil you gutter trash! I hope you rot in *** you ***.

Why...WHY would anyone "Happy" bother to make a post at "Pissed Consumer" HAHAHAHA....what a sham.

Folks, if you are NOT a Bluegreen employee and are looking for an honest assessment of this company believe this one. Bluegreen is a nest of liars and thieves. They are out to steal your money and couldn't give two sh$ts less about you or your family. They only care about getting you to sign their contract so their lawyers can tell you next year "sorry, your contract specifically states 'based on availability'"This is the most unethical and immoral company in existence. I don't understand why the government lets these *** bags continue to operate

Anonymous
#126521

Maintenance fees are increasing every year at least by 20 - 30 dollars, i would love to know how they calculate that. And yes you can claim in your taxes interest paid on time share, you should have gotten from Bluegreen 1099 for your taxes before February 1st. It's deeded.

Anonymous
#126110

I don't work for BG. I am in the military.

I have not experienced any doubling of MF and agree that they have some of the lowest in the industry. They respect their owners and don't charge for frivous items. I just purchased more points and look forward to enjoying them. The points cost does not increase as with Wyndam and others per year and any property that the assume, becomes significantly better.

My kids love it and so do the parents. I would recommend anyone who wants to find out for themselves vice taking the words of people pissed because they had to sit and listen to a pitch (and that is what it is) to enjoy a extremely discounted weekend getaway, to try it for yourself.

I would be willing to forward references also. I will check back here weekly for a few weeks and if you are interested leave me a note and I will email you the info and you can see for yourselves.

Lord Mankinholes
Nettetal, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany #125600

the units which you find on Bluegreenrentals belong to the developer ie it is their unsold inventory.

Once the points for that unit/time frame is sold then it transfer into Bluegreen vacation Club until that happens then it belongs to BG who can rent it in the same way any owner can.

As I have said before my MF do not double each year so that is just a complete fabrication.

Why do people who complain on here tell bigger lies than the salesmen (and name one salesman who does not inflate his product---- thats how they make their living) what do they think they will gain.

If you have a complaint then lets have the true facts not inflated ones to make you look good.

BG MF are one of the lowest in the industry according to the experts.

If you take out a loan for anything you have to pay it back no different than buying a new car

Yes some resorts are better than others but this is reflected in the number of points need to stay 7000 pts for a week on the gulf against 16000 for a week in orlando would you expect the same

I a have been told by many in the States that YES you can take timshare of your taxes

Also would just like to make the point that it is not a expensive and cumbersome way to arrange hoildays it is in fact the complete opp.

Anonymous
#124592

If Bluegreen actually is renting timeshare units directly to the general public (bluegreenrentals.com) instead of letting resort clients use them, as entitled, is criminal--not just civil.

Otherwise, I think a big problem is that families can't use their memberships when their kids are out of school, especially in the summer. Families naturally prefer such units over a motel or hotel. They simply don't have much flexibility on vacation times.

Of course, marketing and pitches are aimed heavily at the typical lower-middle-income men who frequent Bass Pro Shops, and their wives. They have to use credit to swing this....

As mentioned before, an older single person or couple do have more flexibility to stay-off-season or when otherwise available. Most older people wouldn't join this, however. They won't live long enough to enjoy it fully, for one thing.

People mentioning renting expensive private residences in exotic locales or booking all-inclusives likely get better family value in the long term. This appears to be really expensive at the time, especially the former option. The expense doesn't come close to matching timeshare expenses.

It seems that this timeshare system is a really expensive, cumbersome way to manage vacations. It really helps to be very well off, to pay cash, to be flexible about time, and, open-minded about destinations. Such people do seem to chime in concerning overly expensive, rising maintenance fees, however.

As for complaints about the units and amenities, Bluegreen had better take notice and correct this: J. D. Rockefeller enjoyed his monopoly, but, he made very certain that his product always was very good!

(You can't take timeshares off your taxes, either: You don't own anything tangible....)

Lord Mankinholes
Nettetal, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany #123415

Mine don't double every couple of years

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