Just went to a Wyndham sales pitch. My wife is Japanese and its her timeshare she bought before we married. She got so mad at this salesman that was talking loud and insulting her that she pounded her fist on his desk. Anyone that invests in this company needs to ask themselves do they want to risk their investment with a company that arm twists and lies to their customers
Sociopath is exactly the right word. A friend and I signed up for a 2-hour time-share pitch on Maui, in return for $100 off our theater tickets. We were shown a completely uninformative video, and the salesman and "closer" were sleazier than anything I've encountered at an auto dealership. In the end, the salesman muttered that we couldn't afford it anyway, and had been wasting his time. After that experience, I will never stay at a Wyndham facility. I would describe it as creepy.
yes my wife is a sucker for buying that terd of a timeshare. but ask yourself this... if a company
uses these kind of tactics in their sales dept, how is the rest of the company run?
lies and deception are NOT a good busineses model. perhaps YOU too are a sucker
by buying this terd of a stock.