Holiday Club / Lying to get people to attend
Yesterday was the fourth time that we have been caught into going to one of Holiday Club's marketing evenings. We were assured that it was not a time share evening and was to do with a charity competition we has sent an sms to in the beggining of the year. We told the telesales woman that if it was in connection where we would need to pay in or buy something it was not worth our time as my husband has been unemployed for the past 6 months.
Imagine my disgust and anger when we indeed found out that it was a Holiday Club **** to get people to come to there evening.
It is truly disgusting that the word charity and Holiday Club can be used together. My husband and I support charities every year, this being one of the first years in ages that we have not been able to support with our current situation.
It's so upsetting to know that the telesales person did not care that she had waisted our petrol to drive an hour from our house to the venue and our time with our one year old son as he would be asleep by the time we got home and i had not even seen him for the day as i leave for work before he wakes up. Something should be done about their false advertising.