Insignificast
The Most Unnecessary Show Ever!!

The gang is back and even more booze has been purchased. Blacks can't get married in a southern church. There is some Doc News and some Science Sodomy. Ern does Poop Culture. Dane hits the Hard Rock Casino for some gambling, food, and fun. Call the comment line at (206) 309-7308. Thanks for listening.

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  • My parents were rentecly contacted by Beauregard, and unfortunately fell for the required Insurance premium payment of a31,100+ against a offer of a36,000+ for their DWVC package. They just want to right some of the mistakes they made getting in to these investments and get some of their money back, so unfortunately they welcome these people with open arms when they call.Anyhow, I spoke to Charlie Barrett at some length on my parents behalf, and I got all the usual chat about being a reputable company trading for 9 years as a travel agents, but alarm bells were triggering all over the place (1) claimed that they wouldn't have been granted their credit card facilities if they hadn't proved themselves to the banks, this is bogus as their payments are taken by a 3rd party Fleetmar !(2) claimed to be based at Regents Place, in Euston Road, a name that may give them an air of respectability to some, but when I queried the telephone number from the call was coming from (01708) being Romford, Essex, I causally asked where abouts they were, as I had grown up in that area knew it quite well. Not only could Charlie not tell me the address as he had only been in that office 2 days, as he travelled from office to office, no-one around him could tell him the address either.(3) when questioned why their client was willing to pay for the package, the claimed that they used the access to cheap timeshare properties was invaluable to them.(4) claimed to have been successfully reselling DWVC holiday packages for years, and had thousands of satisfied customers, but when asked to speak to one of these customers, was told it was not possible, due to the data protection act, then asked that they had one call me, I am still waiting !!These type con mercharts make my blood boil, and need to be stopped.I am tempted to visit these people's offices (if they are actually based there) but I doubt I would ever get to see anyone who could actually make a difference.The only honourable thing that this company has done is not process the payment, when I asked them to. In this way, I somehow think that the lady called Eve in their legal department does in fact have a concience, or knows the law very well. in that unless documentation and authorisation is 100% correct, that they will cross the line and leave themselves open for prosecution !!The sooner these companies are put out of business the better !!!

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    posted by: Rosi on 2013-11-21 01:58:25

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