Timeshare Crusader Lisa Ann Schreier
Lisa Ann Schreier describes herself as a former salesperson who didn’t succeed because she talked too much. Apparently, in some businesses, giving all the information to potential buyers is not encouraged.
In this episode, Lisa Ann explains the different types of timeshares and why the potential buyer needs to control the conversation.
She shares many good tips on what questions to ask, when to challenge, and recommends we walk away and give the purchase clear analysis… despite the time-sensitive pressure applied by the salesperson.
Is timeshare right for you? Lisa Ann discusses that too.
The Two Boomer Women Podcast - in conversation with Lisa Ann Schreier
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About the guest: Lisa Ann Schreier
Lisa Ann Schreier has been participating in the timeshare community since 1998. Her entree was as a timeshare salesperson and manager at a number of established Orlando area resorts. She grew increasingly frustrated with the antiquated marketing and high pressure sales techniques that were (and sadly still are) the norm in the industry.
As a catalyst for positive change, she wrote ‘Surviving A Timeshare Presentation…Confessions From The Sales Table’ and ‘Timeshare Vacations For Dummies.’ In addition, she co-authored the definitive college level textbook on timeshare. She is a frequent contributor to major media outlets and a sought after speaker at consumer advocacy groups.
She provides content to SeniorNews.com, is on the Advisory Board of ConsumerAffairs.com where she ensures that information is unbiased, accurate and helpful for consumers. She is also the lead timeshare advocate at Elliott.org and a featured blogger on RockStarFinance.com.
Her ‘tell it like it is’ blog covering timeshare issues is an essential source of critical information that continues to both alert consumers to the myriad of less than reputable companies and practices as well as providing insights to the industry of how to improve the timeshare experience.
Questions? Looking for assistance? Email Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org