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Subject: Timeshare victims


Author:
Angela
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Date Posted: Thu, Feb 03 2005, 18:25:12

My husband and I were "invited" to attend this 2 hour seminar after we purchased a Toyota recently. From the get go, I have my doubts but my husband was tempted by their promise of a 42 inch TV whether or not we buy their product. When we arrived, it felt like a fish market and we were not even treated with any form of respect. I was even more stunned when I walked into their "seminar room". The music was wayyyyyyyyyyyyyy toooooooooooooooooo LOUDDDDDDDDDDDDD and I could hardly hear what was being communicated by the aggressive sales exec who's barely 20 years old! When asked "why was the music loud?" - she called on her SCARY looking, HEAVYWEIGHT "manager" to handle us (difficult clients). She was CURT and RUDE in her response and I realized it wasn't worth my time after all. We walked out but not before being shown to a tiny room where I suppose, a BIGGER MANAGER would come in to "counsel" if not "terrorize" us. I felt relieved that I have made the right choice to just leave but pls, pls, pls be EXTRA CAREFUL whenever you feel something amiss and use your wise judgement before even signing on the dotted line!

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[> Subject: Re: Timeshare victims


Author:
Lek Chee Yong
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Date Posted: Wed, Oct 05 2005, 18:26:36

Gd day All TIME SHARE victims,

We are students from SMU (Singapore Management University) and are currently working on a major project on Ethical issues caused by Timeshare companies) .We have read about your misfortunes and are very sorry that things have happened this way. It would be very beneficial for young people like us if you can share your experiences with us. Either in the form of interview (voice recording or video recording) of which would not take longer than 5mins. Or if you are free, then u can also come down in person. In any case, its your choice and be sure that all this is confidential and would not be used in any form of propanganda.

The purpose is to let the young generation like us be more aware of unethical timeshare companies. Pls get back to us asap. Thanks for taking time to read the mail.


Lek Chee Yong
Undergraduate
SMU
96225681 / 98428533
EMAIL : cheeyongl.2005@business.smu.edu.sg
: susulek@hotmail.com

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