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We were enticed there - they took $40 up front to make sure we would show up. We get there and we were handled very professionally by our sales person - however, he brought over 3 more top guns to keep pressuring us.

They finally got message we were not buying - so we get our $40 back and info for free cruise. Free cruise was $700 per person and I can do better than that online.

So be ware - I know of no one that thinks this was a good deal. Read all of the fine print on the cruise - they send you several options hoping each time you will miss and they don't have to give you the cruise - seriously - I nearly fell over when they told me $700 - somewhere in the fine print says you cannot book within 7 days of a holiday and if you do, you do not have the option to reschedule - they just send you back your $100 deposit

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Anonymous
#295084

News flash, Joe: EVERYONE goes for the gift. Duh! Having worked in timeshare for 13 years, I know that for a fact.

Anonymous
#259439

joe, that is rude and thoughtless. Most people went for the free gifts...

thats way they are offered... And unless you know Lindaann you don't know anything "for a fact".

Anonymous
#204859

We are trying to give ours away too.

Anonymous
#204776

:( WE got suckered in 94 and then in 2001. We Own in Branson, 4th July week.

We hate Silverleaf and are trying to give, yes give away our $10,000 purchase, plus monthly dues, to someone. We were young and high hopes, but these places are filled with rednecks and partiers.

The high pressure sales disguised as "owner update meetings" and "Surveys" are too much. Tell the world and maybe we can make them shut them down.

Anonymous
#200759

have to be careful

Anonymous
Horton, Alabama, United States #194839

No, did not get to stay there - nor was I offered that.

Anonymous
#194179

Lindaann,, How were you enticed?? Was it the thought of getting a free cruise ?

for just listening to a sales pitch? Did you agree to the meeting just for the purpose of a free gift???

I know this for a fact, you probably got to stay the weekend in one of the units free of charge!! Good for you taking advantage of silverleaf, just to get a free gift!!!

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