My friend and I attended a share time presentation yesterday. The timeshare is called "the villa group". After almost 5 hours of trying to persuade us, we finally trusted them and bought the contract. When I got home, I googled it, I realized how bad the decision that I have made. I called the bank to dispute the charge yesterday night. I was advised that it might be great to write a proper letter and send it to timeshare via mail. It is annoying that I have to deal with these kind of nonsense in my holiday. Do you guys have the similar experience of cancelling the timeshare contact? Do you think it is good enough to just tell the bank to dispute the charge so that I can skip the step of writing letter and mail to them?
To make the other people not to fall prey to this kind of nonsense, I am sharing my experience here. I was given a great deal to purchase some activities only if I attend their presentation. During the presentation, they first showed me their hotels and then took me to a breakfast. Not bad so far right? Then they tried to sell their product. The contract costed more than 20 thousand dollars for the initializing fees(the same thing when you register the gym). The salesman thought we were interested in it, then another salesman come to us and gave us a way much better deal, the initial fees cut down to 9000 dollars. They saw us really interested in it but not ready for it, they took us to an another room and offer us a even a better deal. At this round, we fell prey to it. Interesting, all the "good" deal are only good during the presentation. We are not allowed to do our research and of course they offered us wine to interfere our decision. I think I learned a lesson in a hard way.Edited: 11:40 pm, December 17, 2016