"Timeshare Salesmen" Hawaii (Big Island) Warnings Or Dangers Tip by rmdw

When you visit Hawaii you wil undoubtedly come across people trying to sell you timeshares. My advice is to quickly walk away and/or pretend you don't speak English or Spanish.

They'll offer you a free meal or even sometimes free accommodations.

But after that you will go through a gruelling 3 to 4 hour interrogation-like sales job unlike you've never experienced before. They will bring in multiple people to talk with you and ridicule you. I'm not exaggerating. It will add a huge sour not to your vacation.

If you're really looking for a timeshare then I'd suggest buying one in your country of origin so that if something goes wrong with the deal then you can take legal action more easily.

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  • Updated Sep 2, 2003
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