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Bonnet Creek Sales sharks have legs

weems637

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A first for me. We were pool side yesterday at Bonnet Creek enjoying the lazy river. I look up, and one of the sales sharks has tracked a meal down at the lazy river. The dude, in his suit, had papers in hand, tracking down a family for one more signature. There was a dispute over the amount of the monthly payment, plus maintenance fees. Sales shark had to call in the head shark to clear up a discrepancy. It was disturbing but hilarious at the same time to take this all in!
 

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A first for me. We were pool side yesterday at Bonnet Creek enjoying the lazy river. I look up, and one of the sales sharks has tracked a meal down at the lazy river. The dude, in his suit, had papers in hand, tracking down a family for one more signature. There was a dispute over the amount of the monthly payment, plus maintenance fees. Sales shark had to call in the head shark to clear up a discrepancy. It was disturbing but hilarious at the same time to take this all in!

One of my great pleasures at Bonnet Creek is sitting on the balcony people watching.. and what I enjoy most are the guys in suits walking around the lakes and pools, followed by their current targets. They look just a little out of place and really uncomfortable at a Florida resort in the summer.
 

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One of my great pleasures at Bonnet Creek is sitting on the balcony people watching.. and what I enjoy most are the guys in suits walking around the lakes and pools, followed by their current targets. They look just a little out of place and really uncomfortable at a Florida resort in the summer.

I enjoy the same spectacle when I'm at Grandview. The lies....they show the central pool, which is two good size pools, two hot tubs and a waterfall, and tell them "we have 5 pools like this one!" The other pools are a kiddie wading pool and 3 pools of the size you'd find at a private home.

My favorite was when they walked three victims out to the middle of the little street between Grandview and Southpoint, pointed down the street at a ridge 20 miles away, and said, "In the Winter, there is snow on that mountain!" There is snow there when it actually snows, which might be 5 days a year, and it usually melts within 72 hours.

At least they don't wear suits....they honestly look like people who are selling timeshares because the used car lots wouldn't hire them.
 
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