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    Stay Away From Blue Green Resorts

    If any of you are planning a vacation at a condo affiliated with a timeshare company, do everything you can to stay away from the sales room and representatives. The sales reps will promise you gifts if you just listen, but before you know it, you are walking out of the presentation with a timeshare membership. For me, a promised 90-minute presentation turned into 6 hours filled with exciting promises that turn in to be lies. My experience is with Bluegreen. The smooth talkers there got me excited about the wonders that would be bestowed upon me and my family if only I made a purchase. I fell for it and proudly left the sales rooms with a purchase that promised to be a great financial investment and the ability to travel anywhere at any time at a price that be much lower than hotel rooms, thus saving much money and getting luxury. Donít fall for it. I canít get a reservation where I want to go at a time I want to go. It is costing much more than I was led to believe it would, mostly because of ever-increasing maintenance fees. I have tried to get Bluegreen to take back their misrepresented timeshare, but they refuse. One of the promises was that Bluegreen would take the timeshare back if I no longer wanted it. They will not stand by their promises. My only options are to continue to pay or stop paying and let my credit score take a hit. I have chosen the latter. I canít afford to keep paying. The only positive thing I can do is warn others by sharing my experience. Stay away from timeshare sales!

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    Re: Stay Away From Blue Green Resorts

    Quote Originally Posted by lscheurecker@yahoo.com View Post
    If any of you are planning a vacation at a condo affiliated with a timeshare company, do everything you can to stay away from the sales room and representatives. The sales reps will promise you gifts if you just listen, but before you know it, you are walking out of the presentation with a timeshare membership. For me, a promised 90-minute presentation turned into 6 hours filled with exciting promises that turn in to be lies. My experience is with Bluegreen. The smooth talkers there got me excited about the wonders that would be bestowed upon me and my family if only I made a purchase. I fell for it and proudly left the sales rooms with a purchase that promised to be a great financial investment and the ability to travel anywhere at any time at a price that be much lower than hotel rooms, thus saving much money and getting luxury. Donít fall for it. I canít get a reservation where I want to go at a time I want to go. It is costing much more than I was led to believe it would, mostly because of ever-increasing maintenance fees. I have tried to get Bluegreen to take back their misrepresented timeshare, but they refuse. One of the promises was that Bluegreen would take the timeshare back if I no longer wanted it. They will not stand by their promises. My only options are to continue to pay or stop paying and let my credit score take a hit. I have chosen the latter. I canít afford to keep paying. The only positive thing I can do is warn others by sharing my experience. Stay away from timeshare sales!

    Too bad. Thanks for sharing this.
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    Re: Stay Away From Blue Green Resorts

    You know who another ing loser and rip off is? Earl Dimick of West Allis, WI. I just got his latest chain letter rip off in the mail Make America Great Again. It should read Let Me Rip You Off Again. I just checked Facebook - Earl Dimick married to Terry Dimick since 1985 - his Political Views are way out of whack! BBB lists him with an "F" Rating. Save yourself money and time - DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME WITH THIS FUCKING LOSER!

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