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Monarch Grand Vacations / Rip Off

1 Las Vegas, CA, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 800-847-7256

Monarch Grand Vacations sold us a special vacation getaway package in 10/12/07 $149 for 3d/2n plus dinner & show tickets and slot play, even more if we booked during the week. They said to ignore a comment in the letter about expiring in 6 months and that we could use the time any time over the next year. The confirmation letter does not have any clause to the contrary, but when we tried to book over labor day weekend, we were told it would cost an additional $200 because it was a holiday. They would not book us unless we paid additional money, nor would they refund our money. We were manipulated and feel that they purposly mislead us to get our money.

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  • Ro
      31st of Jul, 2009
    0 Votes

    MGV is an absolute scam. I highly advise avoiding ANY interaction with this company. Their promises of prizes won, and being awarded for your time are not worth it. Their 90 min session starts off nice, then turns into a high pressure sales pitch and they will keep you for hours. If you find yourself (unfortunately) in this situation, just tell them you are not interested in their services, and LEAVE! Forget any bonuses, or gifts that are promised.

  • Jd
      20th of Oct, 2009
    0 Votes

    Yes, Do not Buy a Timeshare with them. Even if you can make it work and go on Vacations, and although it's nice to "have", it's just not worth the money and the time you are paying to have this thing, this service every year.

  • Ow
      30th of Apr, 2013
    0 Votes

    I'm doing a documentary on MGV and other "vacation ownership" companies. Would love to feature your story and talk with you about how everything went.

    If interested, please contact me at


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