Showcase Resorts

★★☆☆☆
  • 953 E Sahara Ave # 256

    Las Vegas, NV 89104

    Map & Directions
  • 702-731-2587

About Showcase Resorts

Categories
  • Internet-Related Services

Computer & Internet Services

Computer & Internet Services
More choices in Las Vegas:
Resultset_next

Media 1 Web

848 N. Rainbow Blvd #691 Las Vegas, NV

Resultset_next

Inteligents Computer Repair Las Vegas NV

4550 W Sahara #2029 Las Vegas, NV

1.9286 14
Hi! Sign in to let us know how Showcase Resorts was?
Write a Review
.

Showcase Resorts (Las Vegas, NV) charged me $2,000 in 2008 to sell my timeshare - it's almost 2 years now, and they haven't fulfilled their promise at all. I call them and have no success about any activity or result. I'm a 76-year old lady and they are giving me the run-around.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Showcase Resorts (Las Vegas, NV) charged me $2,000 in 2008 to sell my timeshare - it's almost 2 years now, and they haven't fulfilled their promise at all. I call them and have no success about any activity or result. I'm a 76-year old lady and they are giving me the run-around.

Cons: They did nothing after they got my payment

.

If I could give these people a lower rating I would. They have been miss leading my husband into thinking they were going to sell his timeshare for the pass year and a half. They first said it would be 3 months then some excuse and it would be another 6 months. In December 2008 they said because of the economy the corporation block was going to put off buying until March 2009. At this time they told him that if this didn't go through that they would refund his money that he had paid them. ---- My husband just talked to them tonight . Now they said that there parent company has filed bankruptcy and Showcase Resorts had new owners. And that the new owners were not going to honor the contracts from before. But because he has been a long time client that they would give him 3 months complimentary extention to attempt to sell his timeshare. After that they were done.

0
★☆☆☆☆

If I could give these people a lower rating I would. They have been miss leading my husband into thinking they were going to sell his timeshare for the pass year and a half. They first said it would be 3 months then some excuse and it would be another 6 months. In December 2008 they said because of the economy the corporation block was going to put off buying until March 2009. At this time they told him that if this didn't go through that they would refund his money that he had paid them. ---- My husband just talked to them tonight . Now they said that there parent company has filed bankruptcy and Showcase Resorts had new owners. And that the new owners were not going to honor the contracts from before. But because he has been a long time client that they would give him 3 months complimentary extention to attempt to sell his timeshare. After that they were done.

Pros: none

Cons: thumbs down

.

Do not trust this company!!! I have been waiting since May of 2007 to get my timeshare in Florida sold. Showcase Resorts contacted me and like a dummy I paid $1,495 to get my timeshare sold. Well it hasn't happened. I've filed two complaints with the Nevada Business Bureau and a complaint with the attorney general's office. Neither one did anything. You'd think the A.G. would be eager to put a fraudulent company like this out of business. The A.G. in Connecticut would jump on this like white on rice! Not the Nevada A.G. who only gave me the name of another organization to file a complaint with. I doubt they'll do anything.

To anyone who wants to sell their timeshare and is approached by this or any other outfit that asks for $ upfront - beware! They are not real estate brokers, only marketers. A real estate agent would never ask for $ upfront. Showcase Resorts and others like them are a scam!

0
★☆☆☆☆

Do not trust this company!!! I have been waiting since May of 2007 to get my timeshare in Florida sold. Showcase Resorts contacted me and like a dummy I paid $1,495 to get my timeshare sold. Well it hasn't happened. I've filed two complaints with the Nevada Business Bureau and a complaint with the attorney general's office. Neither one did anything. You'd think the A.G. would be eager to put a fraudulent company like this out of business. The A.G. in Connecticut would jump on this like white on rice! Not the Nevada A.G. who only gave me the name of another organization to file a complaint with. I doubt they'll do anything.

To anyone who wants to sell their timeshare and is approached by this or any other outfit that asks for $ upfront - beware! They are not real estate brokers, only marketers. A real estate agent would never ask for $ upfront. Showcase Resorts and others like them are a scam!

Pros: None

Cons: Con artists

.

We made an agreement with Showcase in May 2008 to sell our timeshare. They told us they had a customer who wanted to buy a block of 10 timeshares. The sales person was David Hartman. I tried calling him several times, but he's "always in meetings." I finally spoke with Patrick Nosack who continues the lies ... telling me the deal should close in Jan 2009. He insisted that the customer wanted this for tax purposes. I explained to him that if they want it for tax purposes, they will want to close before Dec. 31, 2008 ... he didn't know how to respond to this, but insisted that they should close any day. I filed a complaint with the Southern Nevada Bet. Bus. Bureau in October. I called the Bet. Bus. Bureau in mid-December, and they told me they have over 40 outstanding complaints with Showcase. Showcase told the Bet. Bus. Bureau about Dec. 12 that they were going to resolve all these by Dec. 23 ... we'll see.

0
★☆☆☆☆

We made an agreement with Showcase in May 2008 to sell our timeshare. They told us they had a customer who wanted to buy a block of 10 timeshares. The sales person was David Hartman. I tried calling him several times, but he's "always in meetings." I finally spoke with Patrick Nosack who continues the lies ... telling me the deal should close in Jan 2009. He insisted that the customer wanted this for tax purposes. I explained to him that if they want it for tax purposes, they will want to close before Dec. 31, 2008 ... he didn't know how to respond to this, but insisted that they should close any day. I filed a complaint with the Southern Nevada Bet. Bus. Bureau in October. I called the Bet. Bus. Bureau in mid-December, and they told me they have over 40 outstanding complaints with Showcase. Showcase told the Bet. Bus. Bureau about Dec. 12 that they were going to resolve all these by Dec. 23 ... we'll see.

Pros: None

.

I purchased 2 weeks from showcase at the bouganvillia resort because that's where my mom owns and we wanted to be able to vacation with her without paying for a hotel every time. We were able to buy them, super cheap (only 2000 each) This took place a little over a year ago and i was happy with the company, didnt care as much for the closing company we used though. Recently money got a little tough so my husband and i thought we'd try selling them because we can't really afford the maitenance fees now. So i got in touch with belinda, the girl who helped me last time, and asked what it would cost for us to sell these. She let me know the price but informed me that she WOULD NOT take the properties right now because she already has a few in inventory and didn't foresee them selling anytime soon. This is actually my reason for writing this review.I WAS MORE THAN WILLING TO PAY AND SHE THANKFULLY WOULDN'T LET ME DO IT.

2
★★★★☆

I purchased 2 weeks from showcase at the bouganvillia resort because that's where my mom owns and we wanted to be able to vacation with her without paying for a hotel every time. We were able to buy them, super cheap (only 2000 each) This took place a little over a year ago and i was happy with the company, didnt care as much for the closing company we used though. Recently money got a little tough so my husband and i thought we'd try selling them because we can't really afford the maitenance fees now. So i got in touch with belinda, the girl who helped me last time, and asked what it would cost for us to sell these. She let me know the price but informed me that she WOULD NOT take the properties right now because she already has a few in inventory and didn't foresee them selling anytime soon. This is actually my reason for writing this review.I WAS MORE THAN WILLING TO PAY AND SHE THANKFULLY WOULDN'T LET ME DO IT.

Pros: i bought my weeks way under average cost.

Cons: that i was told that i couldn't re-sell - but for good reason

.

I signed up with showcase in February and i promised them that i would write a good review as soon as it sold, so here i am. They were marketing it for $15,000 for the first 6 months and then i called and asked them to lower it. I had a one bedroom Mayan palace and it finally sold for $9,700. It's less then what i paid for it but i'm just happy to get rid of it.

2
★★★★★

I signed up with showcase in February and i promised them that i would write a good review as soon as it sold, so here i am. They were marketing it for $15,000 for the first 6 months and then i called and asked them to lower it. I had a one bedroom Mayan palace and it finally sold for $9,700. It's less then what i paid for it but i'm just happy to get rid of it.

Pros: i no longer have to pay maitenance fees

Cons: it sold for less then what i paid

.

I put my timeshare up for sale with showcase resorts about 7 months ago. Since it had yet to sell I went to pay them a visit to see how things were going. While i was there i explained the money issues i'm having and that i could really use the money from this sale right away. They were not able to get that for me right then but they were able to help. They asked me if i could book some time at my resort, they gave me a couple different requested dates they currently had, i called the resort and got a week booked about 5 months out and gave them the confirmation number. They explained that the renter would be sending a check within 2 weeks and as soon as I received that to call so that they could give the confirmation number to the renter. I got the check for $1000 a little over a week ago, it's not the $12,000 sale... but it's still a $1000 for a week of time i wouldn't have used anyways.

2
★★★★☆

I put my timeshare up for sale with showcase resorts about 7 months ago. Since it had yet to sell I went to pay them a visit to see how things were going. While i was there i explained the money issues i'm having and that i could really use the money from this sale right away. They were not able to get that for me right then but they were able to help. They asked me if i could book some time at my resort, they gave me a couple different requested dates they currently had, i called the resort and got a week booked about 5 months out and gave them the confirmation number. They explained that the renter would be sending a check within 2 weeks and as soon as I received that to call so that they could give the confirmation number to the renter. I got the check for $1000 a little over a week ago, it's not the $12,000 sale... but it's still a $1000 for a week of time i wouldn't have used anyways.

.

it's unfortunate that so many other people weren't helped... maybe it's because i just used their rental program. It took longer then promised but they have rented 2 banked weeks and my scheduled week. I made money so i'm happy.

2
★★★★☆

it's unfortunate that so many other people weren't helped... maybe it's because i just used their rental program. It took longer then promised but they have rented 2 banked weeks and my scheduled week. I made money so i'm happy.

Pros: i made money

Cons: took a couple months longer then promised

.

January 29, 08 we were contacted by Showcase Resorts.They wanted to buy our time share. We were required to put $2,000 down so they could put us in the block they were filling for a buyer. Associate said it would be completed in 3 months. It is now 10 months. Person in charge said it might even take a year. We have not received any communication from Showcase other than to say, when I call ,"the Buyer wanted to buy two more so more paper work had to be done. Their lawyer would contact me when the deal was complete". It's always a different story but I am always told the deal will go through and their lawyer would be the one that would contact me when paper work would be exchanged for a check from the purchase of our timeshare. Nada!!! Don't trust these people....they are scam artists!! Keep your money in your hands, not theirs.

0
★☆☆☆☆

January 29, 08 we were contacted by Showcase Resorts.They wanted to buy our time share. We were required to put $2,000 down so they could put us in the block they were filling for a buyer. Associate said it would be completed in 3 months. It is now 10 months. Person in charge said it might even take a year. We have not received any communication from Showcase other than to say, when I call ,"the Buyer wanted to buy two more so more paper work had to be done. Their lawyer would contact me when the deal was complete". It's always a different story but I am always told the deal will go through and their lawyer would be the one that would contact me when paper work would be exchanged for a check from the purchase of our timeshare. Nada!!! Don't trust these people....they are scam artists!! Keep your money in your hands, not theirs.

.

Need I say more than the above except to validate very word. They were a member of the las vegas business bureau(i can't type it all out for some reason with the word better) and all their complaints had been resolved at the time I checked before I gave them thousands to sell my timeshare. Now they are no longer a member and I asked the person at the bureau and she said they dropped out because they had too many complaints!!!Go figure! They called me 20, 30, 40 times or so to get my money and of course guaranteed I would get my money back if the timeshare didn't sell. Guess what? They won't return my calls and are very rude when I do, and have no decent explanation. It has been almost a year. Also they must post bogus testimonials. They told me the same thing about corporations wanting to buy timeshares for the write-off. I should have researched further. What corporations are going to be buying timeshares in today's economy?? Also with a very small operation such as this? It is just unbelievable. They also quoted me over what I paid for the timeshare and that is their bait to you as you are probably desperate to sell it.

DO NOT TALK TO THESE PEOPLE UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE OUT OF THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS. THEY ARE OR TRY TO BE VERY SLICK. CONTACT ME VIA E-MAIL IF YOU WANT AT tahoehollister@yahoo dot com. I will be speaking with my attorney to find out what recourse I may have and if they are more of us maybe we can do something together. Thank you

0
★☆☆☆☆

Need I say more than the above except to validate very word. They were a member of the las vegas business bureau(i can't type it all out for some reason with the word better) and all their complaints had been resolved at the time I checked before I gave them thousands to sell my timeshare. Now they are no longer a member and I asked the person at the bureau and she said they dropped out because they had too many complaints!!!Go figure! They called me 20, 30, 40 times or so to get my money and of course guaranteed I would get my money back if the timeshare didn't sell. Guess what? They won't return my calls and are very rude when I do, and have no decent explanation. It has been almost a year. Also they must post bogus testimonials. They told me the same thing about corporations wanting to buy timeshares for the write-off. I should have researched further. What corporations are going to be buying timeshares in today's economy?? Also with a very small operation such as this? It is just unbelievable. They also quoted me over what I paid for the timeshare and that is their bait to you as you are probably desperate to sell it.

DO NOT TALK TO THESE PEOPLE UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE OUT OF THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS. THEY ARE OR TRY TO BE VERY SLICK. CONTACT ME VIA E-MAIL IF YOU WANT AT tahoehollister@yahoo dot com. I will be speaking with my attorney to find out what recourse I may have and if they are more of us maybe we can do something together. Thank you

.

I was contacted by Showcase Resorts who said that they have a corporate client wanting to buy timeshares as tax write-offs. The lady quoted a price of $20,000 for my timeshare which is about 3.5 times what it is worth. She then went on to say that a deposit of $2250 is required to be paid up front for the sale to go through in 3 to 6 months. While I was talking, I did a search on the Timeshare Users Group and this is obviously a scam. I told the lady about this information and she said that their competition is trying to discredit them. I hung up the phone at this point.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I was contacted by Showcase Resorts who said that they have a corporate client wanting to buy timeshares as tax write-offs. The lady quoted a price of $20,000 for my timeshare which is about 3.5 times what it is worth. She then went on to say that a deposit of $2250 is required to be paid up front for the sale to go through in 3 to 6 months. While I was talking, I did a search on the Timeshare Users Group and this is obviously a scam. I told the lady about this information and she said that their competition is trying to discredit them. I hung up the phone at this point.

.

Showcase resorts contacted me with their promises. The little details he forgot to mention was that they only have 6 employees (big operation) and their estimated annual sales are a whopping $940,000!!! Wow, that's a whole 1 sale a month! Like I really want to pay them up front to sell my timeshare? NOT!

Check them out yourselves at a dot com place called "manta" You know how to fill in the rest.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Showcase resorts contacted me with their promises. The little details he forgot to mention was that they only have 6 employees (big operation) and their estimated annual sales are a whopping $940,000!!! Wow, that's a whole 1 sale a month! Like I really want to pay them up front to sell my timeshare? NOT!

Check them out yourselves at a dot com place called "manta" You know how to fill in the rest.

.

Direct from Dave Ramsey's radio show, 8-5-08, I just heard about how this company took $10,000 from an octogenarian couple. They claimed it for "fees" to sell their timeshare. Surprise of all surprises, the time share just isn't selling -- could they send more money. Make your own conclusions. Mine include words like con artists, scammers, theives, liars, etc.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Direct from Dave Ramsey's radio show, 8-5-08, I just heard about how this company took $10,000 from an octogenarian couple. They claimed it for "fees" to sell their timeshare. Surprise of all surprises, the time share just isn't selling -- could they send more money. Make your own conclusions. Mine include words like con artists, scammers, theives, liars, etc.

.

Showcase Resorts lied to my husband and I about what they would do to rent our resorts. Mr. Anthony Gaid was the sales person who guaranteed us in writing that if they did not rent our condo they would refund our money. They didn't rent our condo and when we tried to contact them, they would not take our calls. We had to use an assumed name to get to him. Then he told us that he would get on it right away. It never happened and we are just out of $1,600 that we paid plus 2 weeks of banked resort time because of their lies. I would highly recommend that no one use this service. They are trying to get your money and not really trying to rent your condo.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Showcase Resorts lied to my husband and I about what they would do to rent our resorts. Mr. Anthony Gaid was the sales person who guaranteed us in writing that if they did not rent our condo they would refund our money. They didn't rent our condo and when we tried to contact them, they would not take our calls. We had to use an assumed name to get to him. Then he told us that he would get on it right away. It never happened and we are just out of $1,600 that we paid plus 2 weeks of banked resort time because of their lies. I would highly recommend that no one use this service. They are trying to get your money and not really trying to rent your condo.

Pros: I don't see any.

Cons: They lie about what they will do. They are a scam after your money.

 

Wait, you're the expert.

If you've been to or used Showcase Resorts, leave a review.

It's easy, only takes a couple of minutes and you'll help thousands make an informed decision.



Write a Review