GeoHoliday - Don not buy a timeshare from Geo Holidays/ Jockey Club
Do not accept a "free" vacation if you have to attend a timeshare presentation from Geo holidays or anyone affiliated with the Jockey Club.If this was legitimate they wouldn't have tried every shady "sales" tactic to keep us there for 3 1/2 hours.
These guys are worse than used car salesman. When we finally walked out they were so pissed.
Steve, one of the managers, was a complete *** and talked down to us like we were idiots. He made the deal sound so great but you had to see through the smoke and mirrors to see it's too good to be true.
Make sure you ask lots of questions: how far in advance can I book, what is the interest rate, what happens if I don't use my credits, etc. Don't let them pressure you to buy, there is no good reason why you can't think about it for a few days or weeks.
If you do want to buy keep saying no, trust me they will sweeten the deal.They went from $15,000 to $8k to then 5k with a final offer of $2k.