And once he gives up all of the keys to his entire electronic life, they'll hustle him into a great presentation on the value of time share ownership, especially for a young gentleman such as himself - who will have a full life ahead of him to fully utilize the timeshare experience. And of course you've heard all that bad stuff about timeshares, everyone says they're a rip off - and they were - they used to be marketed to old people, folks who forget to make payments and lose their timeshare, or are too old to ever travel to enjoy it.
But /our/ experience won't be a rip off. If he signs up, great. If he doesn't, Juan Gonzales will be using his social security number (stolen by a janitor, not anyone on staff, I assure you...), six people will be applying for tax refunds in his name, etc, etc, etc.
There is no upside to this. He will either get ripped off with a timeshare ownership (aka, meet Vinny The ARM, our financier...) or all his personal information will leak out and he'll have to deal with identity fraud for ten years. Oh! And I already know he won the free vacation - it's to another time share sales presentation in Las Vegas or the like - free room, amenities, even chips to play at the tables!
Just slide your card through the reader - these are for the deadbeats who take the prize and don't complete the required presentation. You've NOTHING to worry about if you do as you agree to do, attend the brief 2 hour presentation, get your card signed off, and the rest of the time is ALL YOURS. Please enter your pin too, so the bank can verify the transaction.
Oh, yes, do make sure you get the card signed. If the card is not signed, you will be liable for the entire cost of the trip, it's valued at over $3,000.
Hmm? Who signs? Our sales manager there. He's rather busy though, so you'll have to talk to his associates for a bit, just to keep you company until he has a free moment to scribble on that. What part of the sales presentation was of interest to you? You do like going to exotic locations, yes? How much do you spend at Starbucks? A timeshare is like skipping Starbucks only a few times a month, surely a worthwhile sacrifice to get a great investment. And it is an investment, you can sell it off later if you want. We even maintain a market - why, you could easily make MORE money selling it than you even invest in it. Just initial here that you agree to only use our market to sell your timeshare in - we wouldn't want some child predator or rapist to get something like this, right? We vet all our buyers.
This scam has been around a very very long time. This means they have a boatload of lawyers who know how to enforce every inch of the agreements, including confiscating personal property to satisfy the payment of the debt. By having the sole market for resale of timeshares, they get to sell new timeshares to anyone wanting to buy, and offer a very very cut rate closing (and high transaction fees) to buy it back - only you still have to pay any back dues or fines - we could just take it off your hands and waive those away if you'd like.. You did buy the optional Timeshare Policy Insurance, right?