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Wyndham Vacation Ownership

Country United States
State Florida
City Orlando
Address 6277 Sea Harbor Dr
Phone 1 407-626-5200

Wyndham Vacation Ownership Reviews

  • Jan 15, 2020

Wydham Vacation Club Wyndham Vacation Resorts, Inc Wyndham Vacation Ownership 265 E. Harmon Ave | Las Vegas, NV 89169 Ph: (702)691-2662 Email: [email protected] The whole thing was a lie. I purchased a timeshare with Wyndham Vacation Resorts, Inc on December 24, 2019. I was never informed that I had a date to cancel by.

The terms of this contract were agreed to under duress and false claims of price increases. I was also told that I could make money off this program by renting out my weeks. She told me that my points added up to 7-10 weeks depending on how I use them and could get me at least 7000-10000 to pay for my yearly payments and maintenance fess.

I called the rental department named extra vacation and she only could sell three weeks for the points availabe so I could keep two. The contract they sent me to sign stated that they would take 40% from selling the weeks so I would never see enough to cover the cost thats if they even sold. She also told a bogus story of two men making millions from selling the weeks back.

  • Dec 16, 2019

We were invited to a time share. Before we knew what happened their skilled sales people had us roped in both emotionally and financially. They made promises of vacation destinations that aren't "free" like they had promised.

We have signed up for $24000 in debt to have been mislead and coorssed into this deal.They allow you 7-10 days to opt out but neglect to provide you the proper papaerwork for almost 3 weeks. We have become financially burdened by this scam.

The burden wouldn't be so bad if we actually got something out of it. It's so sad to me that people get sucked into this type of scam everyday. Thousands and thousands of people who just get absoultely blindsided before they have any idea what happened.

This is wrong and these people need to be stopped and we "the suckers" who trusted them should have the opportunity to get out. It's only fair. Not to mention they should be punished.

  • Oct 21, 2018


Wyndham Resorts Timeshare (aka Club Wyndham) uses misleading and high-pressure sale tactics to take advantage of people. My husband and I were misled into signing a contract with them last year in July of 2017. We have since then paid it off in full, but are unable to get out of it by refunding from the resort. The company, Wyndham refuses to offer a refund, even a portion of the amount of money that we paid to them. We were LIED to and were not given any time to fully read and understand the contract before and afterward. We NEVER use their points due to the limited availability for their various resorts.


If you google into more information about the company you too will see all the various scams associated with Wyndham. I hope you will conduct thorough research before signing anything with this company. In fact, some people have even successfully sued Wyndham for FRAUD and have won their cases; this should be a huge RED FLAG about how the company conducts unethical business in the United States.


The total cost of the timeshare itself was 20, 000, not including the maintenance fees, which are still ongoing for 73.06 per month. Clearly, Wyndham uses unethical sales tactics to lure people into purchasing fraudulent ownership deals. We were told that it was an investment. However, we literally do not own anything because it is a points system that is not considered real estate property.


Please be warned about this particular company. They are not ethical and are continuously misleading people into believing this is an investment that gains value. THE OWNERSHIP word should be erased permanently from the company since it really isn't anything you own other than debt. Wyndham is a SCAM and they should be sued for misleading people and for misrepresenting the true nature of the company.

  • May 27, 2018

If you're interested in having a good time on your vacations, Wyndham Vacation Owners is not the way to go. They make you feel like all they are interested in is taking as much of your money as they can no matter how much of your time it takes. Even if they ware you down, in 8+ hour meetings, and have you sign a contract, the next time they ware you down again to make you sign another contract taking more money. After they get you with the first contract they scare you into buying more by telling you your going to pay just as much money and not get anything more for it, if you don't buy more.

Then the next time they use the same tactics to get you to buy even more and it doesn't end well for you. If you plan a 5 day vacation you only get 4 days because they keep you a hole day until you sign another contract with them. Then you realize that a lot of what they told you is not true, like how valuable their memberships are and how easy it is to sell should you want to get rid of it; and you will want to get rid of it. If you don't use your points, for what ever reason, in a year you loose them, money wasted. They tell you can sell them, good luck with that. The best way to deal with Wyndham is to not deal with them and avoid their sales traps.

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