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We were sold a 2 night stay at a Silverleaf resort in San Antonio by a street vendor at Six Flags. It cost us $60 to stay but we had to listen to their 90 minute sell on their resort but after that we would win a prize and get to stay at the resort for the rest of the time.

Once we paid we received a call a few days later to schedule our stay. On the phone with them we find out the resort we will be staying at isn't actually in San Antonio but an hour north of it and the resort we paid to stay at was only for owners so they put us up in a cheap hotel 30 minutes further away. We drove 5 hours to get to this place to stay at a clean but very cheap hotel. The next morning we drive the 30 minutes to the resort to be hounded by several sales people for 4 hours (not 90 minutes like they told us) to finally tell them no and all we got was a free days stay at that resort.

When we asked about the chance to win a vacation, car or money with some scratch off game, they told us that was for people who bought into their scam.

When we told them our sales guy told us we would get it no matter what the lady told us "Oh he has only been working for us for 2 weeks so he didn't know any better". This is truly a scam so please save yourself time and money and don't ever get pulled into a Silverleaf resort scam.

Product or Service Mentioned: Silverleaf Resorts Vacation Ownership.

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Henrietta, New York, United States #344034

I was on the phone with "Corporate", over the past 2 days, for a combined 1:30 minutes. They ask you to describe your problem, then pass you to a new person for them to ask you the same questions to only pass you on again.. Candice Delise is supposedly where everything stops.. And after explaining to her how I was lied to when purchasing... and not financially able to continue to make the payments.. not asking for anything more than, Just Take Back Your Deed – I Am Not Interested In Being Associated with Your Company, I Just Want To Cut My Losses and Move On. I Did NoT want a return of ANY money.. 0 (ZERO). My response; "Well, (chuckle-chuckle) it’s just business". – Candice Delise. I am not sure how she or anyone else responsible for the Lying, Deceiving and Justifying of the Actions of Silverleaf Resort can sleep at night; how they can look themselves in the mirror after manipulating people and taking their money.



Lies, Condescending Responses followed by the Run Around… PROBLEMS.


calling the corporate office does nothing. they simply do not care.

they will give you a trip and then harrass you for the rest of your life. candice delise worst of them all.


The person who did not allow / get you to the scratchers is the problem. This is not a company process or policy. If you remember the persons name, pleas contact the corporate offices and let them know what happened.

Wabasso, Florida, United States #201207

Weird...that WAS the sales pitch they gave us when they lured us up to their "resort", a 3 hour drive from home!

We were promised the chance to win 1 of 4 prizes (the scratch-off game), as well as the additional trip if we stayed & listened to the presentation, whether we purchased the timeshare or not. If we chose NOT to stay for the presentation or purchase the timeshare, we were still eligible for 1 out of 4 prizes (scratch ticket).

Needless to say, I have 2 vouchers for 2 seperate trips; 2 round-trip tickets & a hotel stay - choice of Orlando or Las Vegas on 1 of the vouchers. Apparently, you can ONLY book on very specific & limited days & you are required to pay a deposit AND taxes on these trips.

If anyone is interested, you can have the vouchers, otherwise they are garbage bound! ;)

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