Update by user Sep 06, 2016
We do not want any phone calls from them. All we want is our money returned.
They have lied, misled and committed fraud. We demand a refund immediately.
Thank God they only got $190 from me. Looks like a class action lawsuit will be the only way they will get the message.
Original review posted by user Sep 05, 2016
They promised we would get free dinner, tickets to a show of our choice, two round trip tickets and hotel anywhere in the Us, free buffet and free steak dinner. All that for a $40 deposit to save a spot in the presentation.
Had to go to a 120 min presentation that turned into 5 hours where we were slammed by 5 high pressure sales people, each one offering another lie of promises. We ended up leaving 150 dollar deposit, some *** coupons and paper work for free trips that required hundreds of dollars to be sent in with them in order to get the trip. So we lost our $40 and our $150 deposit. Even though we signed up we refused to supply our SSN's and would not supply any of our banking information.
If you are making payments through Equiant Financial or any other place they presented to you, you need to know this: They did not loan you any money!! They are just a payment processor for them. They collect the money from you and give it to them!! So, if you stop paying, they are the ones out of the money!
If everyone who were lied to and swindled stop paying maybe they will take notice that no one will put up with their dishonesty.Turns out, their 'membership' is no more binding than a gym membership. Just don't pay the dues and there's nothing they can do other than a bit of harassment. Ignore them! Stopping payment can be a pain in the butt.
You may have to cancel a credit card or change bank accounts or even banks, but worth it.
Also, stop paying your maintainence fees. Why pay for something you did not buy!!
Reason of review: Poor customer service.