Has anyone been invited to attend the 90 minute sales presentation where they charge you $199 upon agreeing to attend in a place of your choosing but have that person also make promises that were not kept? I agreed to do this only if they confirmed that 3-bedroom villas would be an option due to my family size. I was promised that this would not be an issue and I would be able to have a 3-bedroom place to accommodate my family size so I agreed to the $199 charge. But when I went to book the stay at one of the properties in Orlando (or I was open to anywhere that could provide a 3-bedroom place) I was told that they don't have any 3-bedroom places available. I would have never agreed to this had I known that up front. I even requested that they pull the recorded message of the person making the sales pitch to me so that they can see that I was not making this whole thing up, but "Julia" from Marriot at 1-800-782-5410, ext. 5681 said that they don't record all calls and that mine unfortunately was not recorded. Well that is pretty convenient. I definitely feel a bit of a bait-and-switch which seems very unlike Marriott to me. My experience being a frequent guest at Marriott properties has always been good but this has left a very bad taste in my mouth. When I explained that I expected a refund of the $199 due to being misinformed, Julia became nasty and said she could not do that. I hope that this is not just a mechanism to get extra revenue but it sure seems like it. I will not be attending the 90 minute sales pitch because I can't trust what they say now is accurate but I was wondering if anyone else has had a similar experience.