We took the 90 minute tour...you know, the one that took 4 hours in real life. We are smart consumers who prefer money in the bank over material possessions.
They say no pressure, but you deserve the pressure if you believe they will not pressure you. Sitting for the sales pitch, listening to the deal, I looked around and realized we were being herded like cattle. If it is too good to be true, it usually is folks. This timeshare business is well crafted.
The salesman made comments to my husband such as, " you know these vacations will really strengthen your marriage. Your little boy isn't getting any younger." Puh-lease. He said he preferred a no over a "we need to think about it," and that is a pressuring sales tactic....not to mention a preposterous demand for the truth from someone who tells half-truths for a living. If you read this forum before visiting, just stay away.
Yes, we received free incentives for taking the tour. However, we drove three hours to take the tour. I don't feel guilty.
No hard-working, honest, middle class family deserves what they are selling, and that is ice cubes to Eskimos.
Product or Service Mentioned: Silverleaf Resorts Vacation Ownership.
Monetary Loss: $75.