We were contacted by telephone with an offer to sell our time share units. They quoted a very attractive price for the units with a charge to my card for marketing services. They took my card details to enter onto the contract, which was then mailed to me. My card was immediately billed by United Resort Marketers before I had even received the contract. When I investigated United, the internet was full of complaints that they are a scam. I checked with my resort company and they advised that companies that required an up-front marketing service fee were very suspect. They also confirmed that the price proposed by Vacation Depot was 30% higher than what the units were currently being sold for by my resort company. I sent a mail back to Vacation Depot notifying them that we would not be signing the contract and requesting a reversal of the card charge. They called me back and were very upset with me and were very rude when I flatly refused to reconsider. My card has not been refunded and I have notified my bank to do a charge-back.