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Cheap Holidays Secret to $100 Per Week Stays At 5 Star Resorts [Kindle Edition]

Greg Taylor

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Product Description

Cheap Holidays Secret To $100 Per Week Stays At 5 Star Resorts is a controversial expose of how the travel industry is grossly overcharging consumers globally. Discover how to vacation in 1100 square foot resort condos for less than cost of one night for tiny hotel room and much more.

Our research team discovered a little known source that millions of consumers around the world would never know about or be able to find. The main reason is this source does NOT deal directly with individual consumers. It is part of a private benefits package. We have no affiliation with this source and we reveal the secret of how to access this private source.

Our research team researched the most popular resources that consumers worldwide use when they take vacations. This includes the three largest online travel booking sources, the largest timeshare development companies including top hotel chains, top selling travel memberships by MLM and direct sales companies, and popular vacation clubs. Use any of these when you vacation and you are wasting hundreds and in some cases thousands of dollars.

The findings are shocking! Cheap Holidays is going to rock the 7 trillion dollar travel industry and help millions of consumers who vacation save tons of money. With the secret source you will gain access to over 3 1/2 million weeks of luxury resort condo inventory in the most desirable locations in over 200 countries. The focus of this book is lodging. This source also has 13,000 cruise itineraries compared to the largest online travel site Expedia which only has 6,000. They offer airfare as well.

Please help spread the word to your friends and family so Cheap Holidays can help millions of consumers around the world enjoy exciting travel adventures for pennies on the dollar.

Buy Cheap Holidays today and save money on your next vacation.

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 117 KB
  • Print Length: 40 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007HLT86C
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Amazon.com: 3.0 out of 5 stars  9 reviews
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A MUST Read before traveling on holiday or thinking about getting involved with timeshares. March 7 2012
By The Power Shifter - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Thank you, Greg Taylor, for your honest explanation of the travel industry in regards to condos, timeshares and the companies promoting them. What an eye-opener! I had no idea this was how it worked, and I've been to several timeshare presentations including some you mentioned. Fortunately, I did not purchase one. This e-book provides incredible information for anyone looking to plan a vacation or become involved in companies promoting vacation rentals. It's obvious that Greg has knowledge of this industry, has done his research, and has the inside scoop on how this really works. It takes courage to open "Pandora's box" on a billion dollar industry, and he's done just that. And, we as consumers will benefit from it.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Some good background info, but ultimately just a sales pitch. April 18 2012
By The Kindle Book Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
This reviewer rates this "book" 2.6 stars (rounded up to 3 stars).

This book is about a 25 minute read. The first half gives you some decent background information on how timeshares and vacation resorts work.

The second half of the book is a sales job to buy their service from their website.

Get it while it is free someday, but I don't think you should have to pay for a sales pitch.

Anthony Wessel (reviewer at the Kindle Book review) and founder of DigitalBookToday.com
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This Really Works March 26 2012
By Morris - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Wow, I always thought that all the advertised Ads for 1 week vacations for $100 were all fake. That was until I read Greg's book. Now that I've read the book, I'll never pay retail to travel again.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Buyer Beware!!!! Oct. 5 2012
By exclaim - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
The previous reviewers who already realized that this is merely a sales pitch were 100% correct, but there is SOOOO much more to this collection that Greg Taylor is trying to pass off as a "book".

If you consider reading this, PLEASE use good judgement and Buyer Beware.

As mentioned in several other reviews, this "book" is simply a sales pitch for an MLM travel club (which is ironic since the premise of Mr. Taylor's book is how MLM Travel Clubs are a rip-off since you can get the same thing cheaper on your own) called Primo Vacations Club. Throughout this book, Mr. Taylor also says his "secret" to extremely discounted travel is going straight to the "main source" for all timeshare liquidations, which he claims is a company called Hemisphere Travel Group, which has been "in business" for 28 years and owned by a Mr. Greg Pollack.

What Mr. Taylor fails to mention in his book is that Greg Pollack is also the president of Primo Vacations and countless numbers of other online travel scams. He also has more negative online reviews, scam reports, and rip-off claims than you can shake a stick at.

I also visited Hemisphere Travel Group's website, which is a basic travel landing page that leads nowhere. Not a single link on the home page works, and there is no way to get more information. I also found a LinkedIn profile associated with Hemisphere Travel Group that has all of 6 followers and 2 lines in their profile. I highly doubt that a legitimate company who has been in business for 28 years and handles ALL of the liquidations for EVERY MAJOR timeshare travel agency in the world, as Mr. Taylor distinctly claims in his book, would have a LinkedIn profile with only 6 followers and a non-functional website.

I have received a lot of wonderful and valid information from free ebooks here on Amazon, but Mr. Taylor's book definitely does NOT fall in this category.

CAVEAT EMPTOR
1.0 out of 5 stars A pitiful sales pitch disguised as a book Jan. 8 2013
By Marcus Andrews - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I downloaded "Cheap Holidays; Secret to $100 Per Week Stays at 5 Star Resorts" a while back when it was offered as a free download, but I only recently decided to read it. I'm just starting to plan a vacation for later this year and I thought this rather slim book might provide some money-saving tips for the budget-minded traveler, which certainly describes me. However, given the extravagant promise made by the book's title, I held out little hope that it was on the level. I wasn't wrong.

Unfortunately, just as some other reviewers have suggested, this book is really just a thinly-veiled sales pitch for a business in which the author (a term I used loosely in this context) almost certainly has a financial interest. After a rather long-winded section description of the holiday resort time-share business, Mr. Taylor finally gets around to revealing the "secret" he alludes to in earlier chapters. Here it is (sort of): he wants you to go to his own website to learn the secret. Dummy that I am, I actually checked it out, only to be greeted by the following message: "Sorry my blog has been hacked and all content is gone." Knowing what I know about blogging and the internet, I find this statement quite unbelievable.

Not surprisingly, below this message is a link to another site (the site to which Mr. Taylor has being leading you all along), and lo and behold, it's pitch for something called the "Primo Vacation Club." So there's your big secret. The whole thing smells like the backside of a baboon -- and not one of those cute baby baboons you see featured on YouTube, but one of those big, snarling, nasty, red-bottomed brutes that like to fling feces.

You might wonder why this book has received several glowing reviews. Let me just say that I suspect they are the work of a sock puppet -- or should I say several sock puppets -- working on behalf of the author. Mind you, I invite anyone who thinks I'm being unduly harsh to go ahead and purchase the book and decide for themselves. Just remember that if you are in any way dissatisfied with your purchase, you can return it for a full refund. Sadly, having obtained my copy at no cost, I cannot return it, but I did get some satisfaction from deleting it from my library.

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