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Resort Equity MarketingTook money, did nothing


Resort Equity Marketing called me and made promises to me that they would get my unused RCI weeks rented. They charged me an upfront fee of $1100 and said it was guaranteed. I received the paperwork which I signed and returned and kept waiting for something that reflects the guarnteed they spoke of and also mentioned on the Paperwork. Nothing ever received mentiong what that gurantee was. Now a few months later I can not get a response back from them. I am sure I am not the only idiot that has given them money and saw no return as promised.


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    wcolejr Nov 20, 2009

    I too have fallen victim to REM's fast talking and diluted guarantee's. Back in April 2009 I received a call from REM and a promise to rent my time share points. Even though I asked all of the right questions, their there promise of a guarantee to rent of $1000.00 gift certificate helped the sell. Well I just received my certificate after I phoned REM on 11/16/09, in fact REM has NEVER called me about anything since they took my $995.00. I took some time to review the items on their "Select Your Gifts" site and the stuff is crap. I've seen better items at the Flea Market. If I purchased every item on their list it wouldn't be worth $1000.00. I would like to work with everyone that has been stuck by the fast talking of this company (if I can call them that). They give every entrepreneurial spirit a bad name with these rip off antics.

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