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  • 17 hours ago
  • Hotels and Resorts
  • Charlotte, North Carolina
  • 4

My wife and i purchased from Festiva 3yrs. Ago and have gotten everything that was promised. We are currently at the Church St. Inn and think that it is beautiful. Our resort is a two story, 2 bath, 1 bed villa and is beautiful. As far as the sales pitches go, we have experienced a few pushy sales presentations, but at the end we got what we bargained for. That being said, we did read all the... Read more

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  • Aug 15
  • Travel
  • Branson, Missouri
  • 19
  • REVIEW RATING 4/5

I don't know what the hype is about on some of these reviews, people look to complain. I have owned for 7 years and have gone on 14 vacations and loved it every time. when I am on resorts and I meet other guest they have mostly been happy people spending time with their families. has anyone ever been on a resort and seen mad people? I read some of these reviews and most of them are about... Read more

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I recently visited Ellington at Waschasaw. Mrtyle Beach area.The place needs painted.cracked furniture. Chipped tub. Don't buy into it. 40 year term never told about.No way out Add comment

I was initially told that there would not be any pressure or intimidating sales tactics used if I chose not to "buy" their scam..Just take the offered reward without any guilt. Was entirely not the case.Seems like the whloe sales team was extremely unhappy with my decision. Add comment

  • Jul 26
  • Hotels and Resorts
  • Branson, Missouri
  • Festiva Adventure Club Membership
  • 56
  • REVIEW RATING 4/5

The presenter lied to us that a new program called "Cooperative Elite," a step above "Chairman" now allowed owners to use money spent on hotel stays, individually, Festiva or RTX set up, for reward points to be used as payment against maintenance fees as well as to secure extra resort and hotel stays. We could also call RTX and they would reserve a hotel room the same day as travel. He said... Read more

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  • Jul 12
  • Hotels and Resorts
  • Wiscasset, Maine
  • Festiva Adventure Club Membership
  • 64
  • REVIEW RATING 3/5

We have experienced the same situation with festiva as well. The maine attorney generals office filed suit against them in 2013, but they keep dragging it out in court. So we keep paying a "monthly payment" for something we will never be able to us, just to protect our credit. We were told that the only way to get out of the contract was to pay the balance in full, along with an additional fee... Read more

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  • Jun 23
  • Hotels and Resorts
  • Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
  • Membership
  • 1
  • 1
  • 128
  • REVIEW RATING 5/5

We have had our membership for a few years now. We were basic members and we could not get into the resort we wanted when we wanted to travel. We lost points because even though we called before the deadline to bank them we were told the banks were all full and were not accepting any more points...We were very upset about this. Feeling we could not get out of our contract we continued. We went... Read more

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Yes I agree to a class action this company is a scam Add comment

  • Jun 09
  • Hotels and Resorts
  • Aurora, Illinois
  • Membership
  • 1
  • 1
  • 183
  • REVIEW RATING 5/5

In March 2015 we became members with Festiva Adventure Club. The ONLY reason why my husband and I decided to become members is because we were told by sales representative that Festiva has a program that will reimburse our paid maintenance fee. He told us that we need to pay our maintenance fee and then this amount will be credited to our Festiva Account and these money will be available for us... Read more

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  • Mar 25
  • Hotels and Resorts
  • Savannah, Georgia
  • Tour
  • 1
  • 1
  • 389
  • REVIEW RATING 5/5

We also did the Festiva Adventure Club "tour" at the Church St. Inn or should I say we attended a very pushy two hour sales pitch for a bad product. We got free parking $60.00 aka $20/night, $50.00 Visa card, two greyline tickets and two aquarium tickets, $200 in freebies in total! Festiva is a TOTAL scam! They use very high pressure sales tactics by making you feel like if you don't sign that... Read more

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