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Update by user May 10
Dear Mr Torres,Appreciate the explanation of what lies beneath the appealing advertisement, but I was already briefed this on the phone. Unfortunately you do not address the root problem— deception.
I spent a good deal of time weeding through the choices of a vacation to Orlando unnecessarily since I had no intention— and by the way, would not even “qualify” — to purchase a hotel stay that included a sales pitch for some sort of timeshare arrangement.
I was informed being upfront was not an option. Making it blatantly obvious to potential vacationers that a significant discount was in exchange for a timeshare pitch is not something your company is interested in— I get it; but it is what it is: deceptive.(I also note you’ve “outed” me— nice touch :( )
Original review posted by user Apr 10
As I stated to the very nice and patient customer service representative, your company deals is selling timeshares but it is not readily apparent to the customer. Facebook knew I was searching for a vacation, so I was given your advertisement that does not state you are a timeshare seller.
Although I wasn't interested in that particular advertised vacation, I did do a search for a vacation location I was contemplating on your website.
Your website looks similar in structure to any other hotel/vacation selling website. One is hard-pressed to get that distinction from the onset and I feel it is very deceptive and quite frankly: dishonest.
User's recommendation: If you are amicable to participating in a timeshare sales pitch in exchange for discounted accommodations, then fine. Just be aware that is what will be required to get the discount.
Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.