Category Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club Scam Squad

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club’s Reaction to Counterfeit Ticket Scams

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club helps you avoid scams.

Avoid Counterfeit Ticket Scams

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club knows that every traveler is looking for exciting activities, events and entertainment in cities that they visit during vacation. But what many people out there don’t know is that while on the hunt to purchase tickets in an unfamiliar area, it could open you up to being caught up in a scam.

Sometimes you may know of a sold out even you are interested in attending is in town, and you might head down to the arena hoping to score some seats. But after getting there, you learn the tickets are gone until a friendly man offers to sell you his tickets. Unfortunately, Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club shares that these tickets may not be real at all—you will miss out something you will truly be hoping you could have attended, and gave away your hard earned money to a scam artist.

But what some might not consider is that at times, the tickets are real. Just expired. Or it may be the case of what you end up paying for them in nowhere near what they are truly worth.

Although it’s always fun to try to seek out something to do while visiting a new area, it’s also important to keep these things in mind. Nothing can ruin a vacation more than losing money to a scam artist or overpaying for something you could have less. That being said, it’s important that every traveler be informed of the proper ticket buying procedures and only stick to buying it from the authorized source. For other tips from the Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club Scam Prevention Squad, please visit http://lifestyleholidaysvacationclub.tumblr.com/

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Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club Scam Prevention Group Discusses When Time Shares Become a Scam

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club scam prevention group alerts you about the possible scams prevailing in the area.

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club scam prevention group alerts you about the possible scams prevailing in the area.

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club scam prevention group knows that the idea of timeshares is a good one. People can buy a place that they can take a vacation to as often as they want. There are many great timeshares around and millions of people have used them for a wonderful vacation. There are also many timeshare scams that people need to be aware of.

The first and most obvious scam involving time shares is when people pay for a time share that does not exist. Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club scam prevention group understands that by the time that an individual finds out they have been cheated; the con artist is long gone.

There are also people who sell time shares by offering people a free stay at a time share. They are willing to put up the traveler at no monetary cost, but it is far from free. The traveler will have to sit through a sales pitch to sell them the time share. It is not always easy to walk away from the sales pitch. The traveler feels like they owe something since they are staying for free. If they are not careful, they could find that they have bought a time share without realizing it.

Scam squads sell the time shares using high pressure tactics and confusion. They will get people to sign something that may look like it is no big deal, but could turn into a legal agreement to buy a time share.

It is okay to take advantage of the time share free vacations. You need to be aware that it is a sales pitch and you will be faced with high pressure tactics Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club Scam Prevention Group recommends that you do not ever sign anything. If they insist, walk away. It is the only way to be safe.

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Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club Warns Members about Resale Scams

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club Scam Prevention Squad knows that people who have vacation ownership at resorts such as ours can fall victim to resale scams. Far too often, owners are enticed by the too good to be true offers that pop up from fraudulent companies who are trying to get their money. If you are contacted by someone who is trying to buy your membership or who says that they have a buyer lined up, you should be very wary.

Resale scams work in several different ways. They contact people who own resort memberships and start telling them that there are already buyers clamoring for their memberships. These companies may also make guarantees about how quickly they can have the membership sold and how much profit they can make for the owner. Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club Scam Prevention Squad knows that these offers seem unbelievable, and they almost always are. The most-common caveat to these deals is the necessity of an upfront payment. If the vacation owner is, in fact, dealing with a fraudulent company, the scammers will often disappear once the fee is paid.

Lifestyle Holidays Vacation Club Scam Prevention Squad reminds its members that they should not deal with those who approach them with overblown resale promises. Turn down unrealistic offers immediately and do thorough research before thinking twice about dealing with any of these companies. No legitimate company will ask for money up front, and you should not sign anything without reading all of the fine print. Anytime that you are approached with these suspicious offers, you should reach out to your member services department. The department is there to protect you from these unsavory types and will give you any assistance that you require.

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