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Genuine Home Business With Excellent Travel Benefits



January30, 2014

I have been operating a Resorts360 business now for 18 months and have had both success in generating income/profit from my business as well as having booked great hotels as substantially better rates than via best price online portal comparisons. We have just returned from a 3 week holiday in Thailand and saved over US$400 for 6 nights at just one of the resorts we stayed at compared to the best rate I could find online.

I have referred Resorts360 members in Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada and Europe and provide all my business partners with personal support, training and marketing advice.

Serious business owners can be very successful with Resorts360. I would be delighted to discuss our business with anyone wanting a more flexible work lifestyle working from home with excellent travel benefits

Katherine Jude
www.vacationincomes.com
www.facebook.com/vacationincomes

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July 13, 2017

Scam. They have untrained employees. The company dismisses you if you question their methods. There is no training just put on the phones to read a script.

July 17, 2017

Patricia, my business Vacation Incomes no longer has any association with Resorts360. The Resorts360 business changed after being acquired by the current owner in 2015 who subsequently rebranded the business Travel Global Vacations. We no longer represent them.

We now provide access to disruptive technologies in multiple industries, including travel.

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Resorts360 Review Legit or Scam



March10, 2013

Unfortunately besides landing up with the worst mentor/up line person, I learnt the hard way that NOT anyone can do this business, especially if you are an introvert. I also identified a lot of what they promote to be untrue and that their marketing and sales is paramount in their favor, so be warned do not get wrapped up in the sales talk and the glitter as portrayed by the organisation and its managers, remember what they have to gain by getting you to sign-up.

Although there will be people out there who will attempt to counter this review, hopefully the reader will use their own objectivity and make up their own minds before jumping into this Home Business, this review is not sour grapes, it is something I experienced first-hand and feel people should be made aware, if they still go ahead, that is their choice, however I have done my duty regardless.

I have finally got to a point where I can no longer honestly convince other’s to sign-up to this travel club either as a member or as a business associate, this venture was made to sound easy and the world was promised but not delivered.

Unfortunately due to the fine print I found out this year that even though I don't wish to participate anymore at a business level, I still have to pay $99.00 for the next 9 years if I wish to utilize the travel club side of things, if not I lose access and will not be able to be a member even though I paid $4000.00 to join up as a VIP member and then wasted another $6000.00 following their proven system to no avail.

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March 09, 2014

Hello Debbie,

Can you tell me more about your dealings with Resorts360?

June 02, 2014

Yea please Debbie what was the $6000 thousand for

Fiona

February 24, 2015

Hello Debbie. Was the $6000 for the proven lead system, where there is a mail out piece involved and they promise x amount of signups depending on the number of mail-outs you buy? If so we got caught up in that too.

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