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Want to sell timeshares?

Discussion in 'Buying, Selling, Renting' started by Patri, Jul 29, 2008.

  1. Patri

    Patri Tug Review Crew: Rookie TUG Member

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    Playing around on the Massanutten website and found this. I don't know what 'spiff' is.




    In-House Sales EmploymentMassanutten Resort In-House Sales Department - Full-Time
    Massanutten is looking for experienced timeshare professionals. We have inventory and customers for you! Massanutten includes over 6000 acres with six different RCI Resorts located on-site.

    Huge Company Incentive Program:
    In-House pays up to 13% Points with Daily and Weekly Spiff Opportunities.
    GUARANTEED $500 per week ($100 per day) PLUS Commissions
    FREE: Snow skiing, golf at two courses, fitness club memberships at two multi-million dollar facilities with swimming pools.
    PLUS: Two weeks free housing and 1st month rent PLUS deposit
    Huge Company Benefit Program:
    ESOP Retirement Plan
    Health Insurance
    Dental Insurance
    Life Insurance
    Massanutten offers 300-600 in-house customers per week, guaranteed financing and unlimited inventory for the next 15 years!
     
  2. Kona Lovers

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    Wonder if there's fine print stating that Tuggers need not apply?:hysterical:

    Marty
     
  3. DaveNW

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    I did a bit of online checking, and as near as I can figure out, "spiff" is an additional commission paid after the deal closes. Like an extra one-half percent. Perhaps for those sales that don't rescind?

    Timeshare sales is definitely its own world. Maybe that's why the weasels lie so much - thar's gud munney to be made at them thar sales presentashuns! ;)

    Dave
     

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