Wyndham - San Diego

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My husband Brian and I were invited by one of the wyndham marketers to attend a timeshare seminar in San Diego, CA and in return we would recieve free zoo tickets for our grandchildren that were visiting us. The next day my husband and I and the grandchildren headed to downtown to attend the presentation.

Arriving there we were first greeted by a young lady by the name of gabrielle who didnt even bother looking away from her computer screen to greet us. We were told to fill out a form and have a seat. ( not a great first impression). On the form there is a section where you indicate your yearly household income. Now me and Brian are both retired and have done well enough in our lives where we dont have to work at our age. After turning in the form the young lady walked over to us and in front of grandchildren told us we were not qualified to do the presentation. she went on about how this is a real estate transaction and that the rules must be followed. Brian and I were shocked by her comments seeing that we own several investment homes right here in san diego. We asked to see a manager and she went on tell us that she was the resort supervisor and that she makes the final call. Now the resort was beautiful and we had a hard time understanding why a young girl in a tanktop and checkered tennis shoes was in charge of all the employees. My husband did not want to waste our day arguing to do a timeshare presentation so we left. Till this day i'm still upset that a company and its employee would tell a war vetern and a lifelong educator to simply go home when we were invited to attend. If anyone else has had a smilar situation happen to them at wyndham please contact me. (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) I refuse to let them continue with there unlawful practices.