I get at least two or three resort reviews a week complaining about high-pressure sales presentations for time-shares. I know that time-shares are extremely profitable for the hotels and little Timmy needs new Nike’s, but the degree of the bad impression they seem to ignore is remarkable. Read this review and let me know if you think the people will return:
"We went on the (time-share) tour . We were there for 3 hours. We were told there was NO pressure but that was not true at all. We had 2 pressuring us. Then we were promised things for going on the tour and were not given them when we went back up to the office. We were given the run around for 2 days and then told we could not have them. And almost was not given our $20.00 deposit back there. This has left a very bad taste in our minds."
But the people attending are promised tours, credits and other free things. Are they just as greedy as the sales people? This review clearly illustrates the type of run-around and pressure people get for thinking they are getting something for nothing.
My question to both: Is it really worth it?