Thursday, March 16, 2006

Welcome To The TimeShare Club !

Hi everybody and welcome to my first post in the TimeShare Club blog!

Now some of you may be expecting that this is about a real club with members, well, in many ways it is ! But not as you might think !

At the TimeShare Club you can air your timeshare greivances - you see we believe that many timeshare salespeople do the industry a dishonour with their sales tactics, some of them very high pressure - and that they literally "club" their clients into signing. And unfortunately, when they do, some of the big timeshare companies they work with do very little or nothing to help the newly "clubbed" members to leave the club.

So if you have been "clubbed" into buying timeshare and would like the world to know about your difficult experience - you can tell your story here. Just write to me, Harpy, a defenceless Harp Seal, who tried to avoid being "clubbed" by the timeshare giants but couldn´t, and I will have your story published for all the world to see !

Together we can form a club that is much bigger than the timeshare industry - the consumers club - and start to whack back through the word-of-mouth grassroots that are to be found in the Internet.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

my parents just got clubbed while in mexico. told they could cancel royal holiday - and guess what! THEY CAN'T!

12:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ROYAL HOLIDAY IS A CHEATING, LIEING, ORGANIZATION! BEAT THEM BACK WITH A STICK!

12:51 PM  
Blogger alexia mcvern said...

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9:32 AM  
Blogger Gino Philip Eni said...

Royal Holiday Scam at Wyndham Nassau Resort in New Providence Is Ruining Our Finances!

I was scammed--deceived, defrauded and duped--at the Wyndham Nassau Resort in New Providence, Nassau, in March 2011. I want to express my extreme frustration with Royal Holiday Club's predatory sales practices. Since I was hoodwinked into signing a contract with this unethical company, I have been obliged to pay $220 per month and an annual fee in excess of $1,000. In exchange I have received NO net benefits--I would have saved thousands and thousands of dollars by making travel arrangements myself for the one resort trip I did manage to work out with Royal Holiday Club. Including the inittial credit card payment of $15,000, over the past two years I have been obliged to pay them a total of $20,300.

I would like help in taking steps to cancel my contract with Royal Holiday Club. The huge amounts of money I've wasted in payments is a secondary concern, but I would like to recover any of it I can.


The ugly truth is this: The surcharges for transfers and combinations, the monthly deductions from my credit card, and the huge yearly fee are seriously damaging my future prospects for financial security. And the yearly fee is steadily going up, no matter what I say or do in protest. All told, the stupidest thing I've ever done in my life is to sign on with this predatory unscrupulous company. There have been NO net benefits coming from Royal Holiday and affiliate RCI, to which I was told to send my "transfer powers." I would have saved thousands by making bookings on my own. I"m sick and tired of this consumer fraud of global proportions, and I'm mortified to know that the governments of Arizona, Florida, Mexico, the Bahamas and the United States are doing nothing to eliminate this blight on the vacation-travel industry--even after the airing of the 20/20 exposé of Royal Holiday in 2008.

Regrettably, a Wyndham representative emailed a response to my complaint to tell me that Royal Holiday was not a Wyndham affiliate, but instead was leasing an office at their resort. Shame on Wyndham, I say, for hosting and thus enabling such a massive fraud to operate for years on their premises.

Please help us find a way to escape the contract or tell us about any class action suit we can join so we can close down this rapacious and scurrilous "club," to which I sadly and contractually must continue to belong despite my urgent need to break away. Is there anything I can do? In the meantime I will spread the alarm in every available forum about the Royal Holiday Vacation Scam.

Thanking you for any help you can give.

10:03 AM  
Blogger Gino Philip Eni said...

Please delete and remove my complaint against Royal Holiday Club

I wish to withdraw my complaint and ask that you remove any of my postings with information related to Royal Holiday Club. Royal Holiday Club and I have ended our relationship in a positive and fully satisfactory manner. Thank you.

Cordially,

8:48 PM  

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