In February 2009 we went on a sales presentation in a Vacation Network Inc office in Scottdale Arizona. As we sat through the sales pitch the membership they talked about sounded a little to good to be true. While the speaker was talking, i used my i-phone check out the company so I would have more knowledge of the company. There was NO WAY i would buy anything from this company after what i saw on th Better Business web site. This company has an ( F ) as a rating this is the worst rating there is. So I GOOGLED the company and saw several complaints posted on Rioff Report and saw a huge list of complaints here as well.I kept this info between my wife and myself. nAfter the speaker was done, the sales representative came and sat with us and proceeded to tell us how wonderful thier company is. And how happy all thier members are and of course “amazing prices”” they can get for you. After his little pitch we said NO ( of course ) and it was amazing for the same product the price started at $9900 then down to $6900 then down to $4900 then down to $3900 and at the end the product was $2900 and when I sais WE ARE NOT BUYING THIS then a 3 year trial membership was offered for $1500 what the H_LL is that. You can buy the same package for $1500 and some sucked into paying $9900. This has got to be the biggest scam going.nSo i told him about the BBB and this site and we were asked to leave with no eplanation. I CANT BELIEVE THIS COMPANY IS ALLOWED TO BE IN BUSINESS. THEY NEED TO BE INVESTIGATED. nBruce MnScottdale
270 Carpenter Drive Sandy Springs, Georgia U.S.A.