Vacation Consulting Services Regional

About Us

www.vacationconsultingservices.com takes a hands-on approach by giving our clients many options when it comes to managing or liquidating timeshares.

We want to be an active participant in your experience. We believe timeshare can be a great value if used correctly, but that takes knowledge of how the industry works. Our consultants have worked for some of the largest timeshare companies in the world.

We travel the country, hosting seminars to ensure you are aware of your  timeshare options. Please view the list of locations we will be travelling to below, and contact us with any questions that you might have at (417) 883-5515. 

 

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Kansas City, MO

 

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Ft. Myers, FL

 

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Steam Valley, NY

 

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Mesa, AZ 

 

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San Bernadino, CA

 

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Pembroke Pines, FL

 

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St. Petersburg, FL

 

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Tampa, FL

 

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Philadelphia, PA

 

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Detroit, MI

 

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Hartford, CT

 

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Greenville, SC

 

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Spartanburg, SC 

 

 

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Alexandria, VA

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636 W Republic Rd f100 636 W Republic Rd f100
Springfield, MO 65807
(417) 8835515
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Saying No to High-Pressure Sales

Nobody likes to experience high-pressure sales tactics, the kind you face when you’re browsing for a new car or engagement ring. When it comes to timeshares, however, the stakes are particularly high. Here are some tactics you can use the next time you face a pushy salesperson who won’t take no for an answer:

       Use unequivocal terms like “will not”, “do not”, or “am not.”

       Don’t ask questions. To a salesperson, questions mean you’re interested.

       Don’t answer questions. This is an attempt to draw you into conversation. Simply say  “no thank you.”

       Don’t be afraid to walk away. You’re not obligated to give them your time.

       Don’t be afraid to repeat yourself. Salespeople are persistent, and you should be too!

 And no matter what, don’t give in and assume that you can just “undo” it later. This can be a  very costly mistake, especially if you end up signing a contract. So if you’re truly not interested, just say no and walk away!