An engaging, info-packed listen to turn the tables on the timeshare industry.
Timeshares have notoriously been taking advantage of people for decades on end. It is time that you put your foot down and finally understand how you can make them work for you.
In this educational guide you will learn the industry secrets and tactics that they use two separate hard-earned money and put it into the pockets of greedy executives. More importantly you will learn how to turn the tables on them and to put that money into your own pocket while laughing all the way to the bank.
In this book you will learn:
This book will save you tens of thousands of dollars on unnecessary traveling costs. It has practical usable actionable advice that will help anyone and everyone who is ever wanted to dip their toes into the five-star resorts around the world.
Do yourself and your family a favor by giving this book a listen and uncovering how you can travel like a rock star for free.
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- Kim BookJunkie, Editor/Proofreader
Must read before attending timeshare presentation!
STORY: 4 stars
PERFORMANCE: 4 stars
OVERALL: 4 stars
*** I received a free Audible copy of this audiobook for free in exchange for my honest opinion. ***
In the introduction, the author makes it clear that the goal of this book is to educate readers on how to not just understand the timeshare industry but how to use the author's knowledge, "to get free trips to exotic and luxurious 5-star resorts with no strings attached". I'm pleased to say that the author met his stated goal! For me personally, this book also reconfirmed my prior suspicions that timeshares are not wise investments. Whether you have any knowledge about timeshares or not, after listening to this brief audiobook or reading the ebook, you will certainly know 3 things:
1. What a timeshare is.
2. Why you should never buy a timeshare.
3. How to attend timeshare presentations or, "tours" where you can obtain free items, vouchers and free trips.
The author was very opinionated and adamant about his strong, non-wavering feelings about why people should never buy timeshares. Without providing a bunch of boring statistics that might put readers to sleep, he/she adequately supported these beliefs, providing reasoning that was concise. More importantly, this information was delivered in a format that was direct and genuine, convincing me to agree with everything I read.
I personally have experience with attending timeshare tours in exchange for free trips and incentives. For me, it's not something I personally found value in (wink wink to the author). However, if I, in the future, decide to spend some of my time attending timeshare presentations in exchange for the freebie being offered, I most definitely will read this book before I go! I highly, highly recommend that anyone planning on attending a timeshare tour/presentation read or listen to this book before attending!
This audiobook was narrated by Doug Green. Although Mr. Green isn't what I would consider a spectacular performer, he did not do a terrible game job either. At times, Green used a gameshow host-style voice, which was a bit exuberant for the material being read. Also not a consistent trait of his performance but present was the way that Mr. Green did not read seamlessly. There were a few times that I heard a slight stutter or heard him swallow, neither of these catastrophic to his performance yet these are things one does not hear when listening to an audiobook narrated by a highly seasoned professional or a narrator with highly sophisticated equipment. I did however appreciate that Green spoke with passion in his voice since nonfiction can often be extremely dull!
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three chapters. essentially, take advantage of owner incentives just don't buy. leaves out all the benefits of buying because the crumbs offered to tours are good enough. fails to ask, if they are giving this stuff to non owners, what do owners get. not a good look at the benefits and ways to manipulate your timeshare, just a good look at how to get free stuff when listening to owner presentations. any resort will offer this.
HOW STUPID IS THIS??
What disappointed you about Get Paid to Travel?
Okay so let me summarize this for you.
1. Timeshares are bad - don't buy them
2. Go on their free incentive vacation and sit through their day-long sales pitch
3. Don't buy into their sales pitch and buy a timeshare.
Okay, if you look at every single review of people whom have ever done that, everyone says that the vacation is NOT worth having to sit through that grueling day of sales pitching and presentations to get you to buy into the timeshare.
Save your $1
What could Travel Hackerz have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Don't write such a pointless book with useless information.
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