|paradise canyon vacation - $10,000 for a travel membership!!! lethbridge, Internet |
|8th of Oct, 2011 by User989306 |
|1-Paradise canyon Scam - $10,000 for a travel membership!!! This Travel Company which claims is not a timeshare, but is charging $10,000 to $15,000 for membership privileges for reduced travel services which you can find just as cheap or cheaper if you shop around. Cost is $3,500 down not refundable and $40 t0 $60 per month for 20 years. There was one call a tele marketer was saying that a lady refused to sign the contract, don't we all just love to sign 20 year contracts and another time Noel the manager was explaining to a tele marketer that Paradise Canyon Vacation is like a bank and will finance the $10,000 to $15,000 membership |
fee like a bank loan buying a car. You are getting nothing but a membership that is all,you still have to pay for any travel expenses. $3,500 you could have gone on your vacation, instead it would cost you $7,000 to go on that same vacation with Paradise Canyon Vacation, if you decide to cancell after paying out $3,500, if not the same vacation would cost you $13,500, shopping around is still free. This is a quote from an actual Paradise Canyon Vacation member, from a reputable travel site, if you go to that link, and clik rainman75, you can send him an email asking more information. http://www.tripadvisor.ca/ShowTopic-g154922-i80-k4011496-Paradise_Canyon_Vacations-British_Columbia.html 7. Rainman75
posts: 1 Re: Paradise Canyon Vacations
31 March 2011, 1:24
I got suckered and yes it is a scam! Paradise Canyon Vacations "deals" are no better then anywhere else and in some cases we found Paradise Canyon Vacation trips to be more expensive then our friends who would just book through a travel agent.
At the Paradise Canyon Vacation SCAM presentation they constantly tell you how you can get great rates (like $200/wk) at great places all over the world without blackout dates. Using this company I've never paid less then $1300/wk!! The best times to travel are ALWAYS BLACKED OUT at Paradise Canyon Vacations! I travel a lot and I save VERY little using Paradise Canyon Vacations kerisosh's plug is a direct quote from the sales pitch! It's all bulls**t and it's bad for you!! Photo Captions 1. Paradise Canyon Vacation Presentation salesman, the salesmen won't tell you at the presentation that it is actually $10,000 to $15,000 with $3,500 non refundable, they may be cute and furry but be careful not to bring a salesman home or let it folow you home, or you may wake up in the morning finding a banana with a 20 year contract. 2. Noel training new employees, here you can see Noel teaching his new young tele marketers how to lure and scam $10,000 from people, with catch phrases like "leave your money at home, it's strictly information only, you can't buy nothing at the presentation", of course we have all heard this before. 3.Paradise Canyon vacation Call centre floor, here we see the ladies at Paradise Canyon Vacation call center on break sorting potatoes for Peak of The Market, with the minimum wage and 1/4% bonus this is how tele markers survive. 4. The Founder of Paradise Canyon vacation, Paradise Canyon Vacation was established in Iraq during the war due to a shortage of still standing hotels, it offered great prices on hotels not completely blown up or partially destroyed. 5. Dave - Noel's right hand man who sometimes uses his left, here we see Dave Munster with a big smile after Noel gave him a $375 bonus for beating last weeks record sales, there is no such bonus incentive, Noel just made it up, to try and make his employees beleive you can actually make money scamming people for $10,000 travel membership.
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