Update by user Jun 17, 2015
Many thanks to U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Aging, and Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services, who forced Diamond Resorts International to refund Pappy (U.S. Signal Corps), World War II Veteran victim of The Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort fraud, Wheelchair Accessible Handicap Room scam.
Original review posted by user Jun 04, 2015
The Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort, Sedona, Arizona (USA) advertises Wheelchair Accessible Handicap Rooms on their website, and on location, displaying the International Symbol of Access (ISA), the International Commission on Technology and Accessibility (ICTA) image on both.So my World War II Veteran father (age 93), and myself (age 60), believed them, and their five-star Resort front desk attendants' statements at check-in.
Upon entering the already paid for in advance room, we discovered it was not a Wheelchair Accessible Handicap Room as advertised and claimed, not even one (1) safety grab bar anywhere. "No refunds after payment," said the five-star Resort front desk attendants. "Forget you," said Pappy and myself.
Shame on Diamond Resorts International, and The Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort, for scamming World War II Veterans, and all handicapped, this way."Yes, forget you," says I.
This reviewer shared experience about not as described and wants this business to issue a full refund as the author lost $296. GarryDenke is overall dissatisfied with Diamond Resorts International and uploaded a picture. The most disappointing about wheelchair accessible handicap room at Diamond Resorts International was fraudulent advertising Reviewer wants customer support to reach our to him or her ASAP for further discussion of this matter.
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