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    Vacation Village Resorts Scam

    This is an email that I sent to there customer service, don't let yourself be scammed.

    Dear Vacation Village Resorts,
    I have a complaint re guarding your corporation. We are unfortunately unable to attend our scheduled vacation time of February 21 to February 23 at you Berkshires resort, my husband is active duty Navy and we have an event to attend on the 22nd of February. When your "vacation specialist made our reservation she made no mention of your ludicrous NO CANCELLATION or RESCHEDULING policy. All she kept assuring us of is how good of a deal we are getting, and continued to tell me how important word of mouth was to you company. When I called this evening to change our reservations I was told by your representative that she would like to change the time for us but couldn't due to "strict corporate policy" after I explained to her again that there was no way we would be able to attend that day because I can't change the time that the military schedules things she told me that she couldn't do anything she "has chemo patients whose deposits she can't give back when they don't make it". I suppose that we will have to eat our deposit, however if anything else is charged to our credit card I will have to bring this email and anything that I have received from you to Navy Legal. Since you company thrives on word of mouth publicity, I will forward this email to my local chat rooms and news corporations in hopes of making sure others don not get ripped off by you.
    Sincerely,
    Priscilla Picerno

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    Re: Vacation Village Resorts Scam

    http://www.berkleygroupfraud.com/

    That is a link to a website that is tracking fraud by a company called the "berkley group" these are the same people of vacation village and patriot resorts. i don't know if you gave up with what happened to you, but it may not be a bad idea to e-mail your story to the people that run that site.

    i just had a run in with vacation village except my bf and i were too skeptical to give out our credit card information and the lady's attitude changed immediately. she became rude and questioned us as to why we weren't interested and told us that we wouldn't be allowed to call back. i sent that website i put above an e-mail regarding this because they are trying to track the company's activity.

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    Re: Vacation Village Resorts Scam

    I wish I never did business with vacation village. Not only are they rude, they forget we are still the customer. You think you own that time share...you don't maintence fees of $700. for a week, your paying the rent. I haven't used my time share in 6 years, hmmmm, who did. They make up rules as they go along, say it is in contract.....not that I signed, did you review yours. Don't let them tell you what is in there, read it, give it to your lawyer to read. I would sell my timeshare, but it is worthless. waste of my cash. BBB gave them a big fat F. Anyone considering buying from Vacation Village run......I promise you will regret it if you do. Do your research.

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    Re: Vacation Village Resorts Scam

    These people are the worst! They call you and mislead you into thinking you won something and then once you buy into the scam, they tell you it's NON-REFUNDABLE. Stay away from these fast talking slicksters! Just got ripped off for $400. The fast talking disclosure lady made sure she talked fast enough that I never heard the non-refundable part. Then the e-mail comes and surprise. Tried to get my money back but they refuse. Shawn the shyster can choke on the money!

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    Re: Vacation Village Resorts Scam

    i regreet al day about doing bussiness with this people , they are like vampires , thye suck your money, with out any care, NEVER PURCHASE A TIMESHARE IN YOUR LIVE THATS MY ADVICE , NEVER EVEN THINK ABOUT IT IS THE WORSE THING YOU EVER CAN DO.
    AND ESPECIALLY ON PEOPLE LIKE VACATION VILLAGE BURN IN HELL

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    Re: Vacation Village Resorts Scam

    The best advice is NEVER buying a timeshare anywhere. It is a scam and the so-called timeshare you buy is sold over and over again to other people. It is very difficult to sell your timeshare now and renting isn't in the deal. It will cost you more to buy a timeshare and maintenance fee than to rent a hotel room or a full ownership of a condo. Don't do it. There is good information about timeshare scams: http://www.timesharescam.com/blog/68...aud-in-mexico/

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