Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts - Four Seasons in Oxfor, Alabama SCAM!!!
Update by user Feb 15, 2013
Original review posted by user Jan 31, 2013Stay away from this place!!! They want you to pay $7,000 for a package with a $700.00 yearly fee. So that is all you need to know about what they want. Most of the reviews are bogus and from the shady sales people. They promise gifts and do not deliver; they were rude if you do not sign-up for their vacation packages. I went 12/7/2012 to the presentation. If you get caught in this SCAM go to http://ehome.uspis.gov/fcsexternal/default.aspx for Mail Fraud Complaint form. I am given them a chance to make things right before I unleash the dogs. I have done this once before for false advertisement via mail. The US Postal Inspection Service gets all parties involved including the sales staff. I got a call from Phoenix, Arizona to make sure I show up, I guess that might be considered crossing state line hmm... The speaker in the presentation was rude to my wife about a question she asked, “How often has the maintenance fee gone up?” He said something to the effect; “That question was not appropriate for this presentation”. The $500 dollar shopping spree is another joke on me. Let’s understand the $100.00 gas voucher send the receipt and a self-address stamped envelope to receive the rebate, which is limited to $10.00 a month up to $100.00; spend $1.00 + time to get $9.00 a month for ten months, which has a 8 to 10 month delivery delay. The “$500.00 Shopping Spree Coupons” spend $90.00 to receive a $5.00 discount coupon and only major credit cards can be used. Four Seasons Resort is definitely a bait-and-switch and is a form of fraud, most commonly used in retail sales but also applicable to other contexts. An email quote from Mr. RC (Randy) Baker, I do not work for Four Seasons beyond consulting work and working with member related issues. Why respond if you do not have a stake in it. Also, I should be hearing back on the mail fraud soon. I am not going away and I will continue telling truth even though the lies about the gifts are being spread.
Update by user Jan 31, 2013
Original review posted by user Jan 31, 2013They promise gifts and do not deliver. I went 12/7/2012 to the presentation. I got a call from Phoenix, Arizona to make sure I show up. The $500 dollar shopping spree is another joke on me. Let’s understand the $100.00 gas voucher send the receipt and a...
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