Copy Of Email, Fax, & Registered Letter Below: We received your invoice #3338723 for $971.99. We bought into the Coral Resorts points program on 6/21/08 at a price of $15000.00. We were verbally misled in regard to the benefits by our sales person Paul Burgess. Let me re phrase “misled” and say we were lied to by Mr. Burgess. This in our opinion constitutes fraud in sales! Mr. Burgess told us, very plainly, that we had “one free week at Coral Resorts in Hilton Head every year and if we chose not to use this week that Coral Resorts would rent it for us and we would net approximately $1400.00 after deducting the pro rated maintenance fee”. Based on this info, we purchased the Points Program. We were lied to! Mr. Burgess denied saying this but but he did and we accepted this as fact! We confirmed this with Mr. Burgess three times during this conversation. We have on multiple occasions for three years to book vacations but the place we wanted would not be available and the options had terrible reviews by other Points Members. We have accepted the fact that our $15000.00 is GONE! We do not intend to put more money into this “black hole”! Island Links and/or Coral Resorts has our $15000.00 that we know we have lost. We are writing it of to a “bad investment. If you insist on pursuing the collection of $971.99 I have alerted my Attorney by phone and copy of this email to be prepared for court action.
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