Some consumers buy a membership in a travel club for hundreds or thousands of dollars. This product supposedly helps them save money on future trips. Some consumers complain to the Attorney General's Office, however, saying they could have found the same savings on their own through a travel agency or the Internet. Another risk is that your travel club could go out of business after you have paid.
In Missouri, you have three days to cancel a contract with a travel club. Many travel companies will offer a free hotel night or other bonus if you attend a 90-minute presentation about their timeshare or travel club. These presentations can turn into high-pressure sales pitches that may far exceed the 90 minutes.
You are under no obligation to buy these products during or after the presentation, and you are free to leave after the agreed-upon time is up.