The most trusted and popular consumer complaints website
Explore your opportunities! Create an account or Sign In

Global Timeshare Solutions, Inc / obtaining property by false pretense

1 AZ, United States Review updated:

Pressed hard to get my money--then ignored me and my efforts to contact them. I urge anyone with a similar experience with this company to file a formal complaint with the Florida Attorney General--breach of contract, false deceptive and misleading adertising, and obtaining property by false pretense. If you have any current contact information, please forward it...Thanks...Joe Shepard,
shep8851@yahoo.com

Ja

More Global Timeshare Solutions, Inc Complaints & Reviews

Sort by: UpDate | Rating

Comments

  • De
      8th of Mar, 2009
    0 Votes

    I'm a victom of this company scam they have mislead me to believe that they would be able to rent my timeshare property out and the cost of their service was $400.00 but no service was rendered.I call this company on a regular basis and get no answers, no response no return call, nothing at all, they just took my money and that was the end of the deal

  • De
      12th of Apr, 2009
    +1 Votes

    I'm a victom of this company scam they have mislead me to believe that they would be able to rent my timeshare property out but no service was rendered.I call this company on a regular basis and get no answers, no response no return call, nothing at all, they just took my money and that was the end of the deal

  • Gs
      30th of Apr, 2009
    0 Votes

    I had a similar experience after listing 2 properties, one a hotel and one a campground. No response to phone calls or letters. Have noted many similar complaints and a score of F from the Better Business Bureau. They are crytonite, stay away.

  • Ma
      22nd of Jul, 2009
    0 Votes

    I have been told by other so called timeshare Companies that this one was closed down. I lave lost $800, and would like to know if anyone was able to get their money back. I want to call or write to someone (attorney general or whoevere) to file a fraud complaint and see what action I can take to get my money back. Had same problem with Universal Marketing Solution, they told me they would get my money back bescause they had a buyer for my timeshare and had a deposit, they just needed the "paper work" money which was another $800 and now I'm being called by Creative Vacation Solutions. All are giving me the same line. These are all cons as far as I am concerned.

  • Tr
      25th of Nov, 2009
    0 Votes

    Any company that is charging an upfront fee to sell or rent your timeshare is most likely a scam. I worked with one that took me for $500 and then tried for another $1700. I disputed the second charge. I cannot remember the name of the place for sure, but what tipped me off was a former employee called me and explained how they work. She said all of these places are the same.

    I have pretty much given up on selling mine now and I am now looking into donating it to a charity.

Post your comment