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TRAVEL NEWSLETTER: Timeshares to rent for $395 per week

Robert D

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I saw this newsletter for sale on Ebay for $3.95 that says:

"If you are spending more then $395 per week on your Timeshare Rental or Resort Stay .... ?

YOU ARE PAYING TOO MUCH!

I've written a newsletter titled "Timeshares for rent with NO annoying Sales or Marketing Presentations Required". In my newsletter, I will provide you with information on where to book your next Vacation and it will not cost you more then $395 per week (or lower) .... GUARANTEED!"

Anyone know anything about this? Here's the link to the Ebay auction: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=120885241678&ssPageName=ADME:B:SS:US:1123

My guess is that he's regurgitating a lot of information that most Tuggers already know.
 

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Dunno...

I saw this newsletter for sale on Ebay for $3.95 that says:

"If you are spending more then $395 per week on your Timeshare Rental or Resort Stay .... ?

YOU ARE PAYING TOO MUCH!

I've written a newsletter titled "Timeshares for rent with NO annoying Sales or Marketing Presentations Required". In my newsletter, I will provide you with information on where to book your next Vacation and it will not cost you more then $395 per week (or lower) .... GUARANTEED!"

Anyone know anything about this? Here's the link to the Ebay auction: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=120885241678&ssPageName=ADME:B:SS:US:1123

My guess is that he's regurgitating a lot of information that most Tuggers already know.

Hard to say. Even after reading the entire substance-free eBay listing cited, it's impossible to know if the "newsletter" being peddled really has anything of merit to offer or not...

It's certainly not inconceivable that there might be recommended routes in the "newsletter" to find last minute rentals, excess inventory, cheap stays with a "developer presentation" requirement (despite the denial of same in the description), available off weeks in Timbuktu, etc. Might be worth $3.95 to someone to find out, but I'm not planning to be that "someone"... ;)
 

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Hard to say. Even after reading the entire substance-free eBay listing cited, it's impossible to know if the "newsletter" being peddled really has anything of merit to offer or not...

It's certainly not inconceivable that there might be recommended routes in the "newsletter" to find last minute rentals, excess inventory, cheap stays with a "developer presentation" requirement (despite the denial of same in the description), available off weeks in Timbuktu, etc. Might be worth $3.95 to someone to find out, but I'm not planning to be that "someone"... ;)

I may order it just to make it available to everyone...
 
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