Short Version- Tell everyone you know to avoid this place.
Long Version- My Story-
Not only is this Highlife Adventures a complete waste of money, even for extremely wealthy, busy people, it doesnt take much effort to meet people. I joined this horrible club while in my first manic episode. Anyone with severe bipolar disorder can understand that you are not in your proper mind, its almost like tripping on drugs and blacking out for any given amount of time, and most people wouldnt suspect a thing. Almost immediately after I joined this club, I was hospitalized for my condition. at least a week or two I was released from the hospital, and was more focused on getting better, and staying alive then trivial things like my finances. I honestly forgot I had joined this club, after numorous attempts once I learned of this thu my automatic debits on my statements, I tried repeatedly to get out of this . Its just over a year now, and Ive had my bank dispute the charges with them, I will try legal action, or whatever I can do to get out of my contract. It was $2000 for 2 years, billed monthly, with $20/mo "dues" I have never used their services at all and paid $1500 so far, for nothing but headaces, aggrivation, and the runaround. I even offered to have them keep my money, just let me out of the club early, They refused, they want all of their money of course. I find it sad that a company that supposedly has a list of wealthy, active, clientele mostly in their 30's will take advantage of a kid with a mental condition, 22 years old, making $12 an hour. but, Like any contractually based service, they will do everything to pressure you, reel you in, and give you the deal of the century. And younger people like myself are often stuck learning the hard way about places like these. Sure there are things called contracts, but there are also things called amendments, something these people are ignorant to perhaps due to greed, or they are desperate for your money.