Me and my husband have just returned from Atlantic CIty. Fairfield paid for our hotel stay in exhange for our attendence at one of their time share tours. When we checked in at the Welcome Center for our tour the lady at the desk informed us that there would be no obligation to buy. Well, by the end of the "presentation" it it seemed like anything but. At the begining we sat down with a man who told us all about Fairfield, and after two hours of sales pitch finally told us the price. Me and my husband both agreed it was a bit pricey and that we were not ready to buy the timeshare at this time, so my husband told the man that we would not be buying. That should of been the end of it, but it wasn't. His response was that he would be right back with someone who might be able to help us. A minute later he returned with another woman who said that she could give us a deal.........but it might cost us a little more then the orignial package! How is that a deal?! We then asked her questions about the origninal package, such as how much it would all cost in the end and how exaclty the points worked. She gave us completely different answers then what the man did. I told her myself that we would not be buying anything, of course she asked me why. Why was I saying no? I explanied to her that we have other bills to pay and this whole time share would just be another one on our plate. And that's when the tone of the presentation changed from high pressure marketing to down right ignorance. She said that she thought that we wouldn't be talking about other bills, that I was the only one saying no, implying that my husband wanted to say yes and I was the only one stopping us from buying, and that if we didn't buy the timeshare today we would never be able to buy it again at the offered price. My husband then told her that he also thought the timeshare was a bit too pricey, so it wasn't just t me saying no. She then made a rude commnent to him, which was too childlike for me to even waste my time typing But you get the idea, they were so hooked on selling us that when they didn't get their way they resorted to all out stupidity. She finally walked away to another group after claiming that my husband was "yesing" her to death and she hates that. The man who started the presentation with us then took us to what he said was check out. Before he left us we thanked him for his time, and told him that we will l tell any family members who were interered in buying a time share to come down to talk to him. Instead of being gracefull, he implied to us that he would not be interested in talking to anyone we would sent if they would just have him talk for hours and say no in the end.And it turns out that "Check Out" was just another person trying to sell us a timeshare package. By this time we had enough. It was now after 5:00 and we had arrived a little bit before 1:00 and this was supposed to last two hours at the most. We promptly told him that it was getting late and that our answer was no. Finally. we checked out. They basically wasted our time. I understand they have a job to do like everyone else, but the ladies sales tactics were down right ignorant. We said no in the begining, what made her think that we would say yes after she made goofy comments and was insulting?
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