Not resolved
5 comments

As a former sales person i can tell you that DONT even go. Fuzzly math is used to make the sale. You will pay $800/year just in maintenance fees. Remember there are 50 owners per unit so it's $40,000 per unit. Your $15,000 time share times 50 owners is $750,000 per unit. Most units are woth no more than $100,000. Wonder where this company gets its income.

The prizes..............eyeryone comes for the prizes. Most everyone gets the 4 night trip to Hawaii, Aruba, Jamaica, or Puerto Rico. Good luck redeeming. The survey is designed to use the info against you in the TO thats turn over and is done right after the salesman finishes. Than the high pressure guy comes in at the end to seal the deal. And lower the price.

But it's normally right at $400/month for 36 months and a nice chunk down. The maintenance fees never go away and increase all the time.

The survey says: we use this info to build new resorts. This isn't family feud folks. The survey is designed to use whatever info you give against you. Rememeber information is power!

Monetary Loss: $15.

Had an Experience with Silverleaf Resorts?

Write a review

Comments

PissedConsumer.com is temporarily operating in read-only mode and users cannot make any changes to the information, publish comments or reviews. Please come back in a couple of minutes.

TIMESHARE ADVOCATE
#548832

.

Timeshare Advocacy International is the leader in timeshare contract resolutions!

If you have been a victim of deceptive sales practices during your purchase or upgrade of your timeshare we have the solution. We are the only advocacy group in the U.S. that focuses on deceptive sales practices within the timeshare industry that is accredited with the BBB .

Additionally, we are the only company to win in court against the biggest timeshare company in the U.S. Timeshare Advocacy International Wins Lawsuit against World’s Largest Resort.

In November of 2010 TAI was sued by the largest timeshare developer in the world for assisting timeshare owners out of their contracts with their resort. The charges ranged from violating the Tennessee Uniformed Secrets Act, Tennessee Consumer Rights Act, unauthorized practice of law, intentional interference with business relationships, civil conspiracy, breach of contract, unfair competition, procurement of breach of contract, and unjust enrichment. On July 19, 2012 it took a jury less than 45 minutes to deliberate and return a verdict of “Not Guilty” on all charges.

“We are excited to finally have this decision behind us so we can now focus on one thing, and that is our clients. During the last 2 years they have been trying to do one thing and that is to shut us up and bankrupt us through the court system. We always felt that at the end of the day a jury would see that TAI is in the...

“The jury’s verdict represents a victory for free speech and free enterprise, and against corporate bullying,” said Austin’s attorney, Greg Oakley of DHPM PC in a press release.

Timeshare Advocacy International is headquartered in Mount Juliet, TN and currently has a staff of 19 that do nothing but consult, coach, and mentor timeshare owners who have been deceived during their purchase or upgrade of their timeshares. “We specialize in helping timeshare owners not only get out of their timeshare contracts if they were lied to, but we also help them understand what happened and how they were scammed so this hopefully will not happen again!

If you feel like you have been the victim of timeshare fraud or misrepresentation call today for a free consultation!

pissedconsumer@timesharegone.com

Licensed Texas Realtor Since 1996

Kevin Hanson (Timeshare Advocate)

Regional Sales Director

Timeshare Advocacy International

855.702.6636 or 713.554.3334 Ext.805

Show more
Anonymous
#342038

:roll Seems like you can find anything to complain about if you look really hard.We bought in about 2 years ago.

We know part of it is a scam, but what isn't these days. Just have to know how to work the scam back at them. We haven't had any of the employees ever be rude, even if we didn't buy. There has been plenty of times we didn't buy anything and they were always friendly about it.

Oh well "IT IS WHAT IT IS" just deal with it. Chalk it up to a life experience and go on.

Pretty sure no one held a gun to any one head (just saying).Have a nice day Y'all!

jerrytexmex
#301436

Humpprey, What type of other tricks do they use?They offered me the Presidential but I didn't buy.

I can tell something wasn't right but it sounds very tempting.

The presidential suits look really nice.Is it true that with the diamond plan's bonus time you can go to the resort every day except on weekends?

Anonymous
#300518

Nick

You should not have a problem with 1-2 extra kids. They will not check and be sure to get enough towels for everyone. Have fun and enjoy.

We have 2 2 bedroom units and have had as many as 9 in ine unit at a time.

NO

PROBLEM

Anonymous
#300501

I have a reservation in July for a two bedroom that states Max Occupancy 6.However I have three small children that would have no issue buddying up on the sofa bed.

We will have 7 in the party.

My question is has anyone had on issues with an extra child in a two bedroom unit that is not a presidential suite at Piney Shores?Thanks

You May Also Like