Resort members Association raytown Missouri Review

This stuff is happening year after year & I would like to know why class action lawsuits are not out against these individuals. Look at these complaints for this last year: This is a typical mailing, usually trying to get you to come to a local hotel for a high pressure sales presentation where in the end, you will be writing a check for fees to allow the company to either buy or market your time share resort condo. They will not give you any information over the phone, but pressure callers to come in person to their hotel presentation. A clue to a possible probom is the letter is unsigned. There is no record of the company being registered at the Secretary of State’s office in California or Florida, where we received the letter. Another clue is they claim the offer is “For a limited time

“” and give a cut off date to call their phone number (888) 242-8706.nThe phone number apparently changes depending on when you receive the letter. A second letter received showed (888) 453-9461 and included an “”account number”” of 9109206 under the heading of “”Annual Association Notice”” and again with a date to call them by. The Central Florida Better Business Bureau and Southern California BBB says the company

is not accredited nand has had 10 complaints about sales and advertising tactics since May 2012. According to BBB records Resort Members Association began business in March 2012. The operations manager is listed as Robert Podlesni and the company is listed as a title company. Many people report getting mailings and phone calls from the company even though they don’t own a time share and there is an allegation that it’s website may contain malicious code. Time Share Relief

Inc. – How They Operate This company has had government sanctions against them for deceptive practices. According to filings by the state of Vermont

on eight occasions between 2007 and 2010

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