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Consolidated Resorts / tahiti Village

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Consumer complaints and reviews about Consolidated Resorts / tahiti Village

tvmacks Send email
Sep 17, 2015


I was scammed by sales agent while staying at the MGM on vacation. Consolidated Resorts Inc. in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2008. I have been trying to file a consumer complaint since 2011. They have been reported on CNNi Report 2009 for scamming. Now they are in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of Nevada. I was scammed just before they filed for bankruptcy. I would like to have my money refunded in that I never slept in the timeshare one night. Also, this entire transaction was a trap and a scam. I am a disabled veteran and I was unable to find handicap facilities while trying to get a place in Orlando, Fl. I could never reach a person on the telephone in Las Vegas Office. The telephone number would always ring into Florida and no person answered the phone. I stopped my payments 02/28/2011 because I got tired of the confusion and stress and hours and days of getting the run arounds on the telephone. The free vacations used for bait were fake. My wife and I file this complaint in conjunction with the fact they were in Bankruptcy Court shortly after the transaction took place between me and the Tahiti Village and all those liable for legal damages associated with this timeshare scam.
wantmore2014 Send email
Jul 13, 2014

having to pay for exchanging my unit

My ex-husband and I bought our unit in 2006, and were told we too could simply exchange our unit with another location for no extra charge, however after researching this we were defeated we discovered to do so through Interval International we would have to pay at bare minimum a discounted "hotel" rental fee. MISREPRESENTATION !!!!!!! Very upsetting since the fees we pay already yearly and monthly for our unit provide us NO flexibility in where we want to go ! Who wants to spend every vacation in Vegas - NOT US !!! I want out of this poor time share and am thinking about hiring legal counsel to get "me" what I thought we were paying for !!
msdsmith55 Send email
Apr 10, 2013

Tahiti Village

My husband and . I bought a time share in the above resort In November of 2005. We have been making payments ever since. Now, through some research and investigating I have discovered out parcel number doesn't even exist and we are not listed anywhere in Clark county as owners of any part or parcel of this resort. In addition, we just received a letter from a collection agency saying that Soleil management is trying to collect maintenance fees. I need an attorney for this quickly! I want every penny of what we have paid returned to us.
Maureen C. Theodosiades Send email
Mar 7, 2012

Scam, fraud, ripoff, Misrepresentation

I want to participate in this Class Action Lawsuit. Please contact me @ [email protected]
Send email
Feb 23, 2012

Scam, fraud, ripoff, Misrepresentation

The CORRECT answer is – NO BAIL OUT!!!

I will make this very simple for everyone to understand. If a company can not make a product that the CONSUMER wants to buy at a PRICE that the consumer wants to pay, then that company no matter how large should go out of Business.

Here in GA, KIA is building a HUGE NEW FACTORY. How can KIA be making money when GM and Ford are not. GM and Ford needs to cut cost and build products that people want.

Good things happen when OLD NON-PROFITABLE companies are allowed to go out of business. Guess what that is, NEW MORE efficient companies come to be. For example, Eastern Airline went out of business and then companies like ValuJet, SouthWestern and JETBlue came to be.

When Government gets involve they end up making things worst for everyone!!!
Radiogirl Send email
Feb 23, 2012

Scam, fraud, ripoff, Misrepresentation

i think that the way to deal with this is by filing a clame against the agent that sold us the property.

all time share agents MUST be real estate agents..which of course means that they must hold a real estate lic with the state
of NV..there is a slush fund that is used to pay off people who file clames ..

here is the NV law in regard to time shares

NRS 119A.710 Unfair methods of competition; deceptive or unfair acts. It is unlawful to engage in unfair methods of competition or deceptive or unfair acts in the offer to sell or sale of a time share including, without limitation:

1. Misrepresenting or failing to disclose any material fact concerning a time share.

2. Including in an agreement for the purchase of a time share provisions purporting to waive any right or benefit provided for purchasers under this chapter.

3. Receiving from a prospective purchaser any money or other valuable consideration before the purchaser has received a statement of public offering.

4. Misrepresenting the amount of time or period of time the unit will be available to a purchaser.

5. Misrepresenting the location or locations of the unit.

6. Misrepresenting the size, nature, extent, qualities or characteristics of the unit.

7. Misrepresenting the nature or extent of any services incident to the unit.

8. Misrepresenting the conditions under which a purchaser may exchange occupancy rights to a unit in one location for occupancy rights to a unit in another location.

9. Failing to disclose initially that any promised entertainment, food or other inducements are being offered to solicit the sale of a time share.

10. Conducting or participating in, without prior approval by the Division, any type of lottery or contest, or offering prizes or gifts to induce or encourage a person to visit a project, attend a meeting at which a time share will be discussed, attend a presentation or purchase a time share.

11. Failing to disclose initially to a prospective purchaser any agreement between the project broker or sales agent and the developer that results in a sharing of sales proceeds in excess of a minimum sales price for a time share.

12. Any act or practice considered an unfair method of competition or an unfair or deceptive act or practice under NRS 207.170, 207.171 or 598.0915 to 598.0925, inclusive, or chapter 598A or 599A of NRS.

(Added to NRS by 1985, 1134; A 1989, 650; 1991, 98; 2001, 2516)

we need to get the original instrument that we signed..( the contract bearing our signature that compels us to performance )without the said instrument ( which they may not have they can not move against you..the bankruptcy may have muddied the water as to who is now holding that paper and if they can produce it..but you dont know untill you ask for it..

once you have that original contract you can move against the agent himself..file a complaint with the NV board of real estate..

put the heat on the people who will sing guys..we have already had agents tell us here that the company told them to lie to buyers..

get them to sing in front of the real estate broad..and they will be paying us to go away..

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