My husband and I went to Florida Sport and Recreation for a presentation in August 2009. The first comment by the sell person was “Do you have a timeshare”. We told him we had two. They promised us they could sell the two timeshares that we owned so that we could buy into their travel discount plan. We were told that the timeshares would be sold within three months. We questioned the time line and they promised that their person “Bill” could sell the timeshares within the three months. This was important because were to take the money from the sell of the timeshares and then purchase their plan from Florida Sport and Recreation to avoid having any payments with them and the extra money to pay other bills off. We paid them $500.00 and had to send $198.00 to Worldwide Timeshares L.L.C. (Bill) for the sell of the timeshares. I haven’t hear from or Florida Sport and Recreation only in the form that they have sent the account to Universal Accounting Servicing, LLC for the monthly payment of $179.32 that I am behind. We had three months before our first payment would be due no payment if the timeshares were sold. We were hoping that this company was honest and fair since people today are having it hard. This company is dishonest and does not care about people, just the money. This company just takes advantage of people that are on hard times. Please help.
This complaint and/or review was posted on HolySmoke.org on 05:58 am, May 06, 2018 (CST) and is a permanent record located at: https://www.holysmoke.org/scam/florida-sport-recreation-network-review/.
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