BML Marketing / False Representation
I committed by telephone to have my timeshare sold under the pretenses that it would be presented to clients on a one-on-one or small group sales presentations with BML Marketing personnel. When I received my e-mail receipt for a $750 fee, I discovered that the mercahnt I was dealing with was Timeshare Solutions and that I would receive "...for sale ads with 3 separate webpages." Not what I agreed to! Now we all know stories about Timeshare Solution, if not, review the complaints online. I am in the process of cancelling the commitment, which was done less than 24 hours following the telephone conversation.
It looks Timeshare Solutions has once again reared its ugly head through BML Marketing. Is this false pretenses??? LOOK OUT AGAIN!!!