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Wyndham Resorts / scammed

1 Atlantic City, NJ, United States Review updated:

Was lied to repeatedly. Was told I could rid myself of timeshare in Florida and that my payments would be reduced from almost $400 a month to about $175. Told I would get interest free loan through Bank of America through RCI. Instead, Wyndham applied for a credit card for me, without my knowledge and credit card is 14.99 per cent. The timeshare in Florida still stands, and now want me to pay an additional $175 a month.
Representative who lied to me, continued to lie to me afterward for a month, telling me my loan was being processed.

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  • Ji
      23rd of Apr, 2009
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    I have friend who is a school librarian in a small Arkansas town. She went with a friend to one of these presentations. They lied to her, telling her that within two years Wyndham would own all the resorts in the RCI book and there would only be one reservation line. They told her they'd help her make money renting out her points. Once she found she'd been lied to, she phoned their "owner relations" people who stood up for the lying salesman and said it was basically her word against his. Then she contacted the folks at advocates against timeshare fraud and with in 3 weeks she had a senior vp of the company calling her to apologize and telling her that the contract had been cancelled and all her money returned. You can reach them at

    advocatesatf@gmail.com

    They can probably help you out of this contract. It takes about 4 to 6 weeks.

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