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Vacation Experts International (Timeshare),are they legit?
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10/29/2014 2:04 PM (PST)

We were contacted by Vacation Experts International (VEI) & watched their Webinar presentation for options to get out of Timeshare maintenance fees...phone # 1-855-622-6822. out of out of TN. Does anybody know how legit they are? Sounds like a pretty good
way to go (for me) if they are. Comments very much needed. Thanks

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11/30/2014 11:47 PM (PST)

Just for the record, Vacation Experts International was thought to be affiliated with RCI; that is not true. They were using the name to make it appear legitimate until RCI stopped that. We own timeshare, have been with RCI for about 25 years and have been happy with them.

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1/30/2015 8:57 AM (PST)

I also was contacted by Vacation Experts International, their webpage is vacationvision,com . It seems a legitimate webpage, but am still waiting to hear from them regarding producing their licence number so I can check if they are legitimate. They already made me an offer on my two-bedroom timeshare in the Mexican Riviera. Interestingly, they are asking for $ 3000.00 so I can become a Platinum Member, which is their best deal for vacation planning. Too good to be true, they will pay for all exchange paper work. As members, we must pay $200 a year and we can use their services 4 times a year for a week vacation. We have been lied so many times we time shares that before we transfer it to another vacation company, er have to be 100% sure that what they are saying is true. Please share your experience with this corporation

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4/19/2016 11:59 AM (PST)

Our experience is 50/50. We paid them $2457 Jan 2015 to sell (2) timeshares for us. They transferred one in about six months' time (we also had to pay that year's dues ahead). The 2nd one was to have been transferred in April, but they have strung us along for over another year on that one, with me paying our dues all the time to keep it current. One thing after another. I just want it gone. I am about to sue their asses.

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11/10/2016 4:25 PM (PST)

I was contacted 11-9-16. You are correct the information presented via webinar seems to good to be true. My understanding of there program is for 199 $ per year we will have access to their program which includes Condo hot deals and hot deals that will not exceed 499 per week. My thoughts are this is similar to a membership to SAMS or Costco. Where a membership is purchased for $199 and that gives you excess to their program. What I like about it is if you don't use it you don't pay unlike Timeshare where there is a monthly fee each month regardless of use and it transfers to heirs just as other asset. The license # they gave me was 885649. I have not checked it out yet but I'm in the process

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