Company described a plan for heavily-discounted access to resort properties and airfares. They used high-pressure tactics to urge us to sign "on the spot" and to also waive the "right of recission" that's customary with real estate sales (contending that this is a service, not a property). On looking for a property that we could use, we found that there were essentially no properties available in any of the areas we were interested in; what there was appeared to be inferior at best. It turns out that the catalogs we were shown as illustrative of their properties were "examples only". Closer inspection of the documents reveals that they are only obligated to "attempt" to arrange a property at a time we request 3 to 6 months in advance.
Their pitch is smooth, and they're likable - just like most con artists.
We've been trying to work through our CC company, the BBB, and NJ (Burlington County) Consumer Affairs. The original transaction was in May; it's now November and it appears that we're going to be stuck, because we did in fact sign a contract so the CC company cannot deny payment. We're continuing to work with Consumer Affairs.
DO NOT FALL FOR THIS SUCKER PLAY. These guys deliver NOTHING of value, and have no scruples about collecting from those of us who take them on the assumption of honest representation despite unfavorable contract terms.