The sales presentation all sounds really good, the 90 min. required turns into 'no way can you leave until you say yes, and sign papers! (Kids were waiting to go to Silver Dollar City and it turned into a 2.5 hr. entrapment.) I should have recognized the red flags, but I guess I got caught up in wanting it to be true. Of course being able to save enough to actually be able to go on some nice vacations was tempting. So, I didnt' have the money to pay but a $400 deposit, with the understanding that I could pay the balance after we got home from the trip. After we got home, I checked the reviews before I called to pay the balance. Of course seeing the multiple pages of "Stay away" "SCAM" "Fraud". I didn't send the remainder. I called, but was told that I needed to talk to a supervisor, that was conveniently 'Out' I left the message that I would not be completing the transaction. I wanted the membership canceled. (I would have liked the $400 returned, but it was pretty apparent that not being there to be a thorn in their side--that wasn't going to happen--so it was an expensive lesson, but could have been much worse.) I did also send a letter, because you should do these things in writing!
It has been over a year ago that we were in Branson, today I receive a letter stating that our membership is 'seriously delinquent' This company certainly has gull. They should just be happy that we didn't get a class action law suit together, that is what my husband is now wanting to do!