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Western Horizon lawsuit Sherman and Yvonne rogers 12-7-10  
Yes we would be interested in a class action suit because when we purchased our membership in 2001 for a total of three thousand, six hundred, eighty four dollars, the representative put into the contract in wriitng that we could stay free at Pilot knob Desert Vista and Valley Vista. We have the copy of this contract.

After paying our annual dues each year we called about reservation for this year (We bought property in Florida in '03 and had been going down there each year knowing that eventually the long drive to Florida would get old and we would be using our Western Horizon membership again.

What a shock. Two of those three parks have been sold. We were never notified! We now, not only, do not have the properties available for our use, but we don't even have what was on our contract to sell to another!

It is possible that we were sold something which Western Horizon did not legally have the right to sell and in that case the contract itself might be invalid?

We have contacted them to see what compensation can be offered to us in place of Valley Vista and Desert Vista. If something positive comes from this we will let you know. They were polite on the phone, but we will be looking for more than common curtesy.

Sincerely, Sherman and Yvonne Rogers
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Bill 2-21-14  
After reading all the negativity about Western Horizon on multiple internet sites I have to put my experience on here too. My wife and I were lured to the presentation with a free gift. The smooth talking and friendly salesman told us about all of the benefits of being members. Free camping up to 3 weeks at a time at any Western Horizon Sites, 1 week in a cabin of my choice free every year in Gunnison with a days use of a pontoon boat, $0-$9 camping at AOR and ROD sites with no additional cost. My wife is disabled and we thought this would be a wonderful way to spend retirement. We were hooked. We signed the contract without thoroughly reading it. Our mistake. Everything in the contract was not disclosed. Western Horizon's mistake. It sounded too good to be true. 2 Weeks later I found out everything that was said verbally wasn't all true. I called my credit card company immediately and opened a dispute on the charge. I also contacted the Attorney General and the Better Business Bureau. I talked to Lynne Berry and exchanged emails with her stating how we were deceived and misled and how fraudulent this business practice is. Her response was we know what the meaning of fraud is and you are passed the 3 day rescission period. She had the salesman call me. I cut him short and told him how he lied to us and they can talk to my lawyer. Some of these comments on this site are correct. It is about money. Their current annual revenue is over $12 million annually. I had some great ideas in the beginning how I was going to pay off the membership. I asked the salesman to send me extra referral forms because I have a lot of friends and family and I know a lot of people. Thank god I found out about how deceivious they were before I contacted anyone. Besides the embarrassment I would have lost some good friendships. Send me your comments I would love to hear from you. My email is rinconbound@gmail.com
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Brian 2-19-14  
Went to a presentation in Vancouver Washington to try to get me to upgrade my Sunrise Resorts membership to include the new coast to coast Primer membership. The company doing the presentation does presentations for pretty well all the different resort systems. Once we told them we were WH Platinum Plus members part of the presentation centered around how Jim and Cleo have gone through a messy divorce and Cleo has cleaned Jim out to where he has to sell the resorts. I may not be a big fan of Jim Loken but if it were me if this is not true I would be looking into a defamation or character lawsuit. I thought this rumor had been put to bed several years ago. They also pointed out that Bass Lake is no longer listed in the C2C book like it had been sold but I find it in AOR,ROD, & RPI listed as still a WHR park; so what gives there?
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Joe 2-13-14  
I am not happy with Western Horizon's business practices. They did me wrong. I will do what ever I can to bring them down. I ask everyone involved to join me in accomplishing it.
File a complaint with your state's attorney general. Find your state attorney general's phone number, email, or website to file a complaint on the list at consumerfraudreporting.org. Many attorneys general have forms for business complaints ready to be filled out by consumers.
File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC is tasked with protecting U.S. consumers. Go to the FTC's Complaint Assistant service to issue a complaint against a business. Follow the prompts on the website to finish the complaint and send it to the FTC.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Patrick & Debra Daily 5-26-14  
We got duped twice and would really like to join the lawsuit against WHR. Please let us know how to proceed.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Robert 2-19-14  
Zivec v. Western Horizons Resorts et al

Defendant:
Scott Mascher, Sheila Polk, Nancy Gardner, William N Lundy, Marcia Prevost, Lance Loken, Jim Loken, Western Horizons Resorts, Chip Davis and Sandra K Markham

Plaintiff:
L Peter Zivec


Case Number:
3:2013cv08197

Filed:
July 30, 2013


Court:
Arizona District Court

Office:
Prescott Division Office

County:
Yavapai

Presiding Judge:
Neil V Wake


Nature of Suit:
Civil Rights: Other

Cause of Action:
42:1983 Civil Rights Act

Jury Demanded By:
Plaintiff
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit chuck garnsey 6-12-14  
Tried to book Colorado river and was told this park was also sold and that the system now only has five parks. Was also informed that Jim Loken's kids are taking over AOR. This family obviously has lost it's way and doesn't care what they do to make a buck. What our they doing with our money as they sell all the parks.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit kim & kevin gill 6-15-14  
Please add us to the class action suit. We have been with WHR for quite a few years. We have had nothing but broken promises - not to mention no home park.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit kim & kevin gill 6-15-14  
Please add us to the class action suit. We have been with WHR for quite a few years. We have had nothing but broken promises - not to mention no home park.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit kim & kevin gill 6-15-14  
Please add us to the class action suit. We have been with WHR for quite a few years. We have had nothing but broken promises - not to mention no home park.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Robert 2-13-14  
I'm not wasting anymore time or money at any of Western Horizon Resorts. They are a bunch of greedy conniving crooks. If I had it my way they would all be behind bars. I submitted my claim today with the attorney general
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Joe 2-12-14  
How do these people sleep at night. Do they not have a conscience. Do they have any feeling of what is right or wrong. They just don't care who they screw. Its all about greed and how much money they can make for themselves. This is a crime and we have to stop it. The only way is to get the attorney general involved. Best wishes to everyone who has been screwed by this company
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Ted Cook 9-27-13  
Just made a 110 day trip around the south west and north west. Hitting places like Casa Grande to Florida and Bellingham down to Sac. IN 100 + days we hit 7 what use to be WHR parks. Most have changed hands. Abita SPrings was the most accomdating, we stayed 3 days for free? Then the guy at Ocean shores let us stay for $2/nite, casa Grande let us stay for $12/nite(use to be $3) some turned us away with no offer to even stay a nite. We used AOR I had a 3 yr membership as many WHR parks in that book(3yrs old) many are under new management and not worth staying at. I wasted a lot of money on WHR membership and really fed up to the point of suing. Please some attorney PLEASE take the case!
Ted
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Rebecca Sanislo 9-6-13  
Very disapointed in WH, my husband and I joined in 2008 bought the Golden Legacy package,now my parks in Wa. are gone and my husband passed away 2 years ago, I am sure they knew they were selling off our parks when we bought in to it.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Jim & Mei Barker 8-20-13  
We would like to join a class action lawsuit. We purchased in October 2002 paid a total of $6125.00. Now we are retired and would love to do some RV's we found out all the park in Washington were sold and we were passed to K/M now they said we can't staying any of their park and we lost our AOR (we paid AOR due till 2016) What a lie K/M resort they offer $2000.00 plus$150.00 plus $199.00 annual due Sale tax $197.31 Plus H/M Tax $70.47 ( not sure what kind of tax) total of $2,616.78. We got pressured brought last Saturday 8-17-2013 and this morning we contact AOR they said we still in network. So We decided without 3 days I went to K/M resort office tried to cancel and they told me I needed send by register mail, if I did that will pass 3 days time limit, so I requested they write a statement shows I was here today within 3 days cancellation, they refuse. I told then I will contact Attorney and finally April took my contract without giving me any paper works and also said they bookkeeper will call me next couple day for my credit card number for the refund. I am so frustrated. Help anyone.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Carroll M. Vye 10-16-13  
Is there an actural class action suit in progress? If so, does someone have the particuals on it. Who to contact etc.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Kaye Olson 12-3-13  
Please send more info on class action
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Joe 2-12-14  
Its a shame that this company is still in business. They think more about filling their pockets with the money people have worked so hard for. They prey upon those who are seeking enjoyment in their golden years. In the end everyone involved in this unscrupulous behavior will pay for what they have done. God is watching. Their ship will sink and I'll be there to watch it. We have to join together and contact the attorney general. The more complaints the better. Lets sink Jim's ship together.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Ted & Roberta Divine 2-12-14  
We would also be interested in joining any class action lawsuit regarding WHR. We've been members since about 2004 and have never had a really good experience with WHR. In the last three years we have had absolutely NO communications whatsoever from WHR. We're really frustrated with this membership and are feeling the effects of a major scam of RV owners.

They have sold off ALL of their RV resorts in the State of Washington and we no longer have a home RV part other than through K-M Resorts (which by the way is surviving and doing quite well, in our opinion).

If anyone is pursuing a class action against WHR, please advise as a we have quite a bit of money invest ed in our WHR membership.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Joe 2-11-14  
Lets get on the band wagon and file a complaint with the Attorney General against Western Horizon Resorts. Its as easy as 123 on the Attorney General's web site
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit arleene lynch 6-19-14  
We are members of western horizon resorts and would like information on the status of this western horizon lawsuit. Thank you
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Donald Simmons 4-27-17  
We joined Western Horizon at Ocean Shores in Washington state. We found out a few years ago that the park had been sold. However our yearly membership dues to Sun Belt were accepted in Jan 2017 with no mention Western Horizon was out of business. We need to pursue this because immediately after Western Horizon purchased the Vinyard in Pharump, Nevada, the entire organization started experiencing financial problems
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit WILLIAM RAHMIG 3-17-15  
Joined WHR December 2005 for $4722. Have all documentation showing 20 resorts available for free stays in the contract. Only 3 remain as WHR resorts and 5 as affiliates thru WHR and 6 as independent affiliates, all affiliates charging $20+ per night vs contract agreement of free stays as long as dues were kept current. Company claims survival depended on new sales which is a definition of a ponzi scheme.
There should be some pro rata return of sales charges based on misleading representations of agents and sales prices of the properties taken out of service.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Joyce & James Hubbard 3-11-15  
We purchased WHR with our home park in Pahrump, NV. We were told because it is our home park we only have to pay $3.00 per night for 50 amps. when I called to make a reservation the price was higher and a lot of the parks are no longer in the system. A lot of what were told is no longer true. Please keep us informed
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Craig Smith 3-9-15  
Add us to the list for a class action, we bought in 01 was told not to worry if anything happens they would do a buyout that Camp verde only had so many they could sell. Plus we were also told it was a PRIVATE MEMBERSHIP to keep out the Riff Raff, we have not used in years and when we did try it again in CA. they were so rude and the place run down we left the next day. I also see they will let non members in, so where is the piece of mind that "outsiders" would not be able to gain entry.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit WILLIAM RAHMIG 3-17-15  
Joined WHR December 2005 for $4722. Have all documentation showing 20 resorts available for free stays in the contract. Only 3 remain as WHR resorts and 5 as affiliates thru WHR and 6 as independent affiliates, all affiliates charging $20+ per night vs contract agreement of free stays as long as dues were kept current. Company claims survival depended on new sales which is a definition of a ponzi scheme.
There should be some pro rata return of sales charges based on misleading representations of agents and sales prices of the properties taken out of service.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Kelly and Kathy Orr 3-21-15  
We just received an email from a friend who asked if we knew if Blue Mesa was being sold. We invested hard earned money in a "promise" and it is disheartening to hear that our home park may go the way of many other WHR parks. We definitely want to be in on the information trail and to be informed if there is a law suit.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Mary Markus 4-6-15  
Please let me know of any class action lawsuits going on. I believe there are only two parks left out of the 21 or more parks that were available when I joined.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Larry 4-2-15  
I to would be interested in the lawsuit. I feel we were lied to right from the beginning. We were told we could stay at any whr parks for free, Wrong! Now if you can one their parks you have to pay. We were told if any parks were sold, it would not be St. David or Blue Mesa, they were Jim's babies and those he would never let go. Wrong! Blue Mesa has been sold and the rest of them, 4 I believe are up for sale.Also told to give out vouchers to get more to join, so we wouldn't have to pay that $1000. Who wants to buy a membership for parks that don't even exist anymore.We were told these parks are private you never have to worry about your kids, or any of your equipment because these people were all members and looked out for each other. Wrong! They opened the park to the public. If I wanted that I could park anywhere. I am not a "happy camper!"
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Ross Smith 3-27-15  
Yes I would like more information on what is happening a lot of promises broken.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Millard and Yvonne Fry 2-23-15  
Our home resort was Lake Conroe, Texas. It was sold to Castaways RV Camp and resort on Lake Conroe....We were not informed. Please keep us informed about lawsuite.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Millard and Yvonne Fry 2-23-15  
Our Home resort was Lake Conroe, Conroe, Texas. I was sold to Castaways RV camp and resort in 2007. Please keep us informed.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Don Roloff 11-19-14  
Please contact us regarding this class action law suit, we too, are interested in joining in.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Chris Costello 10-20-14  
Be willing to join in suit,
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Patricia Roloff 10-12-14  
We would like to join in any class action law suit. We had to stop traveling south for the winter as we could no longer get reservations into all the RV parks that had been sold since we paid for our membership.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Donna Wild 12-20-14  
What happrns if you do not pay dues
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Ray & Debbie Beye 2-7-15  
Please contact us for any class action lawsuit. We purchased our membership for over $5000.00 dollars a few years ago. During the sales pitch they claimed to have owned resorts in Washington, Utah, and Nevada. Within a few months they sold all of those parks. Within a year they sold our home park of Indian Waters. Although we can still RV at Indian Waters for a discounted rate, it is still over 3 times as much as our contract stated and we pay our yearly dues to Indian Waters. Indian Waters is a beautiful park but we were deceived and ripped off from Western Horizons.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Ron Revels 2-22-15  
We to have been members for a number of years and have been sold a bill of goods, with the goods only going in there pockets. since we joined there is fewer parks and less time and spaces for what is left. we to would like to join in on the lawsuit.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit James and Rhonda Tunis 2-12-15  
We bought a membership to White Oaks on the lake in Monticello In. in 1995 we paid 6999.00 for a 1 bedroom chalet then Western bought them out and we had to pay 2999.00 to Western to keep our membership. We are out 9998.00. We go to White Oaks to see that the have shut it down and is for sale for 3.5 million. This is upsetting but what is even more upsetting they let non-members camp and dock boats even rent the chalets. So if there a law suit we are interested in it...
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Ray & Debbie Beye 2-7-15  
Please contact us for any class action lawsuit. We purchased our membership for over $5000.00 dollars a few years ago. During the sales pitch they claimed to have owned resorts in Washington, Utah, and Nevada. Within a few months they sold all of those parks. Within a year they sold our home park of Indian Waters. Although we can still RV at Indian Waters for a discounted rate, it is still over 3 times as much as our contract stated and we pay our yearly dues to Indian Waters. Indian Waters is a beautiful park but we were deceived and ripped off from Western Horizons.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Robert Tiedje 8-9-13  
It is now sept 2013 and we are wondering what is happening to whr and the lawsuit. My wife and I have been told nothing but lies since we purchased or package in apr 2010. If there still is a class action lawsuit still in progress we would certainly add our support. No parks left in wash, ore and the ones we did enjoy are now only associated parks and hard to book at. Not to mention daily price is much higher than our supposed guaranteed for life nightly fee
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Robert Tiedje 8-9-13  
It is now sept 2013 and we are wondering what is happening to whr and the lawsuit. My wife and I have been told nothing but lies since we purchased or package in apr 2010. If there still is a class action lawsuit still in progress we would certainly add our support. No parks left in wash, ore and the ones we did enjoy are now only associated parks and hard to book at. Not to mention daily price is much higher than our supposed guaranteed for life nightly fee
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit B. Rouse 9-11-11  
If there is ever a lawsuit, sign us up. Our experience with this company was replete with deceit from the start and at every stage. Now trying to give the membership away even costs $500. Every phone call with reps has been deceptive and misleading and getting reservations is difficult, when even possible. Next stop - State of Colorado Attorney General's office.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Yvonne Barbour 9-2-11  
My husband and I have been life time members of WHR for about ten years and recieved no notice that they where selling all the resorts in Washington. We bought the membership because we liked our home park at Ocean Shores.
Now we have have to pay to get into a new membership.I really think that we need to all join into a lawsuit to get them to take responsiblity for not honoring the contracts we all signed!!
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit David Greig 7-21-11  
We would love to join a class action lawsuit. we just upgraded in dec 2010 to the new 4ulx and changed our home park to Indian waters. Now they are saying we cant make reservations 120 out nor will we get the $4 a night that was promised. The park was for sale the whole time and no one bothered to mention that. How can you purchase a part of a contract and not the rest! does anyone know if a suit has been started?
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Delora Santini 9-19-11  
We would love to join a lawsuit against wh as well. We have only used the membership twice since purchasing it for $7,000. in 2003. We told them we would not be using our rv for camping and that we were looking for a long term place to stay. They led us to be =lieve that this was possible through the membership at the camping prices. This was not the case. They also showed us a map of the many WH campgrounds in FL, however, when we contacted some of them later we were never able to use them because they either did not provide 50 amp hook-ups or they did not allow children in the campground. They also led us to believe that it was a "no risk" purchase because WH would buy back our membership if we no longer needed it. They won't and we are stuck paying $365. per year for the rest of our lives for nothing. When we went back within that first year to complain and try to get out of the contract they apologized and said the salesperson is "no longer there".
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit J. Patrick 10-3-11  
I have a western Horizons membership and feel that I have been totally ripped off by them, I believe they have contrived to make existing memberships worthless. I probably can't sell my membership so am thinking of selling it for a dollar just so they must continue to honor it. Whoever buys it from me would still have to pay the transfer fee.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Lynne Berry 11-2-11  
I am a long time employee of Western Horizon Resorts and have been through thick and thin with the company. I have been with them while the company was growing and now, at a time when we have had to tighten our belts. Western Horizon Resorts (WHR) has been operating since 1984 when we started with one resort in Gunnison, Colorado. We grew to 24 resorts at one time and now 27 years later we can still offer members access to 17 resorts. Even McDonald’s has closed some of its store for no productivity. We may have become a little smaller but it is likely the decision to slow down now that will carry us farther into the future.

I understand members can become frustrated, but I also understand WHR’s current situation. The economy, if you aren’t aware and I can’t imagine anyone who isn’t, has had its affects on the membership camping industry. WHR is not alone in its struggles, but I assure you, membership camping is not going away. Membership camping is a practical, inexpensive method of enjoying the RV lifestyle.

WHR has chosen to sell off a few properties. Why? There isn’t enough business, after making every effort to improve the bottom line, to sustain the costs of operating specific resorts. Continuing to operate resorts that have negative cash flow is irresponsible and only serves to put the whole company in peril. WHR has made every effort to keep sites available at the properties we have sold. This may not be the same as owning the property and there may, on occasion, be more limited availability but it buys us time until we get past the economic downturn to try and turn the corner and start to grow again.

What would a lawsuit do for members and the company? Honestly, members wouldn’t recoup their money. The attorneys would be the only people who gain. Your membership would vanish and over a hundred people would lose their jobs. Nothing positive about this.

Here’s the problem we are dealing with right now. New member sales have slowed because the same people who would have been our customers in the past cannot afford to purchase a vacation camping membership now. These are people who have lost their jobs or, possibly their life savings. A few years ago these same people would have been excited to get into the RV lifestyle. Now they are more worried about paying their rent and not about enjoying the RV life. This not to say that there are not people out there that want to get on board, but it just means that we need to work harder to get these new members. Without new members, we cannot continue to operate.

WHR, like many companies, has felt the real world (the economy) affects on our business. I can assure you every move we make is our best effort to keep the company viable so we can continue to service the members in the best possible way far into the future.

Negative blogs make me crazy. Instead of the negative, which only serves to scare new members away, give us some positive feedback—something we can work with to move things in the right direction. WHR is not perfect and we may have made some mistakes along the way, but I am all ears. My email address is whrinfo@whrus.com. I look forward to your positive input.

Lynne Berry
Long time employee
Western Horizon Resorts
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit susan philmlee 10-31-11  
We to have been sold out of our park locations in washington state. where do we get more info for filing a lawsuit.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit I Myles 10-4-11  
We heard an inkling of this recently. My home park is in Arizona and I have not been advised of any changes or sales. It is routine to never hear anything. I will continue to monitor this site, thank you all. Since my home park remains intact, at least I think so, I imagine I must pay my dues. It sounds as though you cannot just drop out if necessary. I guess it's time to get out the paperwork.Thanks again.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Barbara Marsh 7-17-11  
We joined Western Horizon 8 years ago because there were four resorts in the Pacific NW. They have all been sold and our last one, Ocean Shores, was bought by KM. We just stayed there and they said that come next year, there would only be 5 sites available to Western Horizon people, and that would be for only 5 years. They wanted $1000 to keep the privilige of using that park (that one only). We would definitely like to be included in any class action suit!!
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Darla Worden 6-21-11  
I would be interested in joining any lawsuit. This is a total rip off. I called the office to complain that I heard nothing about the sale until K&M contacted me 2 weeks after it was final. they say they wrote to all members but I received zip. Now I have no home park with WHR and they still want me to pay them for membership? I don't think so!
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Caroline Brookbank 4-24-11  
My husband and I are also interested in joining in this class action lawsuit, western horizon resorts has sold off all of our parks here in WA State… Soap Lake, Tall Chief and now Ocean Shores too, so now we had to pay again to join another Camping outfit so that we have parks to go to in our area as we are not retired yet and pretty much stay in the Pacific NW!!!
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit John & Janet Chartier 4-7-11  
After upgrading to a "lifetime" membership... We just found out that our Home resort (Indian Waters) in Indio, CA has been sold.
I, too, am interested in joining any lawsuit against WHR. Their membership plan is a lot like a Ponzi scheme!
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit James Alexander 2-28-11  
We are also interested in class action lawsuit. WHR has sold all of it's resorts in Texas where we spend the winter. Our home park is Camp Verde, AZ and we see that it is now for sale.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Larry and Anita Lee 4-25-11  
We too express the same desire in joining a class action suit against Western Horizon. We reside in Washington State and echo Brookbank's comments. How do we get one started?
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Bill & Dawn Torrey 5-1-11  
We too have been dealing with the western horizon resorts,aND have had to buy into another outfit to stay in our Washington Sites. its a total injustice to those of us that love to travel and stay in our State, So any info into this lawsuit is appriciated, and we would love to join the fight!
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Don Hunter 6-12-11  
I would also like to join in on any lawsuit toward WHR. As I joined as a platuim member for 5k and was not even notified that our home park ocean shores was sold to K&M, even though the park has had no repairs in years. WHR never responded to any of my e-mails on this issue. As now my retirment travels and vacationing are gone.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Beyer 6-2-11  
We, too, would be interested in joining any class action lawsuit as our $5000 initial investment, that was primarily to add 4 "local" PNW resorts to our camping portfolio, has completely eroded due to the sell off of all 4. This has greatly, and negatively, affected our retirement travel and vacationing plans. Let's get together, share contracts, and find a lawyer shark to "git 'em"! (I mean, "Make things right.")
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Herny Marcotte 5-26-11  
We have been kept in the dark and have received nothing in writing from WHR nor been given the courtusy of a response to our Email qestioning what is going on and how our membership is affected.

does anyone know who to contact to join in a class action law suit?
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Ron James 11-9-11  
We would also be interested in joining any class action against WH. Ocean shores was our home park.Our membership is basically worthless.I was told by KM that nothing would change as far as our rights to the park. That remains to be seen,I still haven't received a KM membership card,and we started the standard transfer back in May. Last thing I was told was that I would get a card when my dues were paid in Jan. 2012. I ask what if I wanted to use the park before then. Their reply was since WH only opened the park from May to Oct I could only use the park during those months.Needless to say We are not happy.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Fred and Janet Zweifel 1-21-12  
We paid appx $4500 for memberships plus annual dues for parks to camp in and these parks keep getting sold out from under us. We're not getting what we paid for. We're willing to join a class action suit.
Also, Western Horizons keeps selling memberships when they know that they're not going to maintain the number of parks that they're selling membership to. That's certainly bad faith on their part.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit David George 9-20-12  
Has there been any successful lawsuits against WHR? I am definitely upset that contrary to my original contract many parks, specifically Indian Waters, are being sold. Some people say it's due to the economy, but I find that very hard to believe as I know that this park is one of the busiest parks in California. My wife and I come annually to visit my sister who lives in Banning. Cal. Every time we try to get into that park it is fully booked. WHR claims they have to sell certain parks due to lack of members. If that is true then why has the busiest park in California been sold? I believe it has nothing to do with the economy.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Richard W Kinsey 8-29-12  
We are also disatisfied with WHR and would like to join a class lawsuit
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Carol Beach 8-13-12  
We too would like information on who to contact in washington state about a lawsuit. We follow this website and would like a response from anyone who has filed. please contact me.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Don Simmons 10-20-12  
I am willing to join. We joined Ocean Shores in 1993 and they sold it. Also all other resorts in Washington. Where did the money go? Where is the SOB that has our money? Jim did the same thing American Adventure CEO did. Took our money and ran. Sue the bastard..
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Travis King 11-1-12  
I would like to join a class action law suite. After forking over $ 8500.00 up front and paying annual dues, I dont think it turned out so great. There were 21 parks when I joined, and now they are being sold. Even if the new owner saves a space for a WHR member, the cost is way higher than what the original contract stated. So, I ask you " were we ripped off or what"?
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Virginia Mefford 7-31-13  
We are interested in joining a class action lawsuit against Western Horizon Resorts. We feel that WH has violated our contract by selling off parks that were included in our Membership. Please advise how to join.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Doug Stoudt 4-30-13  
We also were promised access to many more resorts then are currently available because of the property sales. I also paid thousands of dollars for a membership that provided promises that are not being honored. I would welcome the opportunity to join any class action lawsuit against Western Horizons.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Regina Spaeth 2-5-13  
We were definitely ripped off as well. We would be happy to also join a class action lawsuit. We paid over $7,000 for our membership. St David is our home site. I don't want to pay any more annual dues either. It is BS if you ask me.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Charlie & Phyllis Denison 8-12-12  
One question - what about those who bought stock in the company being promised that it was going on the Stock Exchange in 1997?????
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Charlie & Phyllis Denison 8-12-12  
We purchased our membership on Dec. 24, 1996. We paid $3,000 and are among those with "no dues for life". Our Home Park is Casa Grande.
We spent the next 5 years as Fulltimers and utilized the WHR parks in AZ, WA, OR, CA, and were forced, by the economy off the road in 2001.
During those years, we both volunteered and worked for WHR in Wenatchee, WA and in Camp Verde.
We went back on the road in 2005-2006.

Our last gig was in Camp Verde in 2006 where my wife was hired as the cook and I volunteered in maintenance.
My wife, who had a food service license as did I, from Yavapai County, spent the first month with a couple who volunteered, cleaning up the kitchen, storage and freezers having to discard a large amount of food in the freezers what was out of date or was unmarked and therefore legally unusable. They also discarded staple items also out of code.
They put on breakfast on Sat. mornings and dinners several times a week - all successful.
When my wife brought the condition of the kitchen, freezers, etc. to the attention of the manager, she was severely chastised for "questioning" the management skills of the manager. In the years past, this manager and her husband were friends and the complete change in attitude and demeanor was completely unexpected and unacceptable.
We found another work camping job elsewhere and have never been back.
We ended our RV'g in 2007 but kept the membership in spite of calls and mailings requesting our paying dues and in some cases, abusive phone calls from those hired to try to extract more money from us. We don't think we fit the parameters of the class action suit or we would immediately join.
Mr. Loken has always spent his money on the acquisition of new resorts with never doing the real maintenance and upgrades needed. His managers were paid a bonus depending on how much money they saved in maintenance costs.
At Camp Verde when we worked there, the floor of the clubhouse had to be redone as the manager previous had let them go completely to hell. At that time, the automatic gate from Casa Grande was available, but as far as we know, the funds to install it were never available. Very sad.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit M. & S. Knapik 2-2-12  
Our membership was sold to Abita Springs without of consent. We are very unhappy with this situation.
Now Abita Springs expects us to pay dues to a park we will never use.
We would also like to be part of this lawsuit.
S. Knapik
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Martha Gasche 1-27-12  
I also would like to be part of a lawsuit I am very unhappy with my membership. My home site is Ramona, I went this year what a mess. I spend winters in Indian Waters. I could not get in this year.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Martha Gasche 1-27-12  
I would like to know how to join the class action suit. I am very dis satisfied with the membership. My home site is Ramona. I went there this year and it is a mess. I always go to Indian Waters. Could not get in this year.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Randall Goodner 2-2-12  
Dear Ms Berry,

Please allow me to respond to your posting. The reason WHR is in trouble is not because of the economy. If that were the sole reason, other companies wouldn’t be buying your parks, because they’d be facing the same economic situation. The main reason for your troubles is the poor business model established by Mr. Loken. Since it generates few dollars in camping fees, it must, as you state, rely on membership sales to bring in revenues. I’ll grant you that the economy has affected that source of income; however, the main cause of your shortfall is that, over the years, WHR sold about 10,000 memberships that required no yearly dues. If these members paid dues of $300/year, it would mean an additional $3 million revenue flow into WHR every year. Jim failed to insist on membership dues in an effort to generate more sales. It’s now come back to bite him … and us.

You said, “Negative blogs make me crazy.” Let me try to explain the negativity. First, I view a contract as being a document of trust; i.e., I promise to pay you X amount, including yearly dues, and you promise to provide a service. Many of us feel that WHR has broken that trust and in some cases (my own) they’ve done so deceitfully. Here are a few examples.
1. About three years ago, I attended a presentation by Jim where he said he was going to sell unproductive parks, especially those in other parts of the country and focus on keeping the southwestern parks. That turned out to be totally false. Those parks are critical for snowbirds, which represent the bulk of your membership.
2. In April 2009, we paid an additional $4,544.00 to upgrade to “Ultimate” status. At that time, Stephen Lorenzo assured us that WHR would be in business for many years to come. In truth, WHR was already putting parks up for sale. Even worse, many upgrades have been sold very recently to other trusting members. Those who purchased memberships or upgraded existing ones have almost no hope of making use of the WHR system or of feeling that this was a good investment for us.
3. You said, “…every move we make is our best effort to keep the company viable so we can continue to service the members in the best possible way far into the future.” Frankly, we don’t understand what you’re talking about! My understanding is that every WHR park is up for sale. Jim has said that he’s selling the real estate but keeping the system. So our memberships would be run something like AOR, C2C, RPI, ROD, etc. That is, the new park owners would designate a limited number of sites for WHR members. If so, only a very few of the many rigs that have filled parks like Casa Grande or Indian Waters could gain access to them. The rest of us will be out in the lurch. Second, I highly doubt that they’re going to honor my $2.00/night contract with WHR. Third, how long will they accept us in their resorts? There is nothing in it for them; we don’t create any revenue for them. Previous statements by WHR indicate that current agreements have an end point and continuance beyond that will have to be renegotiated. That’s not encouraging.
4. In short, it appears that WHR is simply disappearing. Even if it somehow continues to exist, it will not in any way resemble the system we purchased. We who placed our trust in WHR have lost our resort park system and the money we invested. It is particularly painful for those of us who recently invested our dollars. Is it any wonder members are outraged?

Thanks for reading this.
Randall
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Wayne and Glenda 2-7-12  
We also would be interested in a Class action lawsuit. We still have our home park Gunnison but it sounds like it's just a matter of time before all are sold. We joined in 1998 and we had 17 parks now we are down to 8.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Alfred Cushman 5-24-12  
Hey Lynne, eat shit
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Alfred Cushman 5-24-12  
Yavapai County will be seizing the Camp Verde Park for back property taxes. Jim and his "honest" family owe $86,000 to the county.
If I had my way the Sheriff would be there tomorrow with arrest warrants for Jim.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Dave & Alice 4-10-12  
Please make us part of the flock. We are on our 3rd Home Park and wonder if there will be any place to nest soon!!
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Mary Markus 4-6-15  
Please let me know of any class action lawsuits going on. I believe there are only two parks left out of the 21 or more parks that were available when I joined.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Tracy Jones 6-29-14  
I would be interested in pursuing a class action law suit against westerne horizons. I feel like we were totally decived when we purchased the time share. We were never told that the campgrounds were for sale, or that some of the campgrounds had already sold. We fill like we have totally wasted our money, and although we agreed to the 1000$$ fee if we could not get anyone to buy, I dont feel llike we owe this money, because three people tried to go "visit" and were unable to make appointments and no one else would dare go listen to the lies!#
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Laura VanLierop 1-9-16  
I just sent a news tip to newstips@9news.com. I sent them a detailed message about our membership including a payment for lifetime dues which will not be honored by the new owners. I attached all of the emails between us and WHR/CODV. I find it very interesting that the registered agent of the highest bidder and winner at the auction of Blue Mesa AKA Colorado Dream Vacations LLC is Lance Loken. Jim Loken was the original owner CEO of Blue Mesa Ranch. I would be interested to know who and what entities bought the other parks and if they are related. Please write 9 news and tell your story. If they get enough input hopefully this will get on the news and save other people from being taken advantage of.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit D R KROGH 1-2-16  
WHR has a number of members in Colorado. We were among those who were not even invited to attend the meeting with "the representative " of the "new organization" Of those that did attend they did not like what was available. If a lawsuit is started let us know when & where.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Robert F. Mayo 12-30-15  
Member since 2001, horrible experiences with WHR Please provide info to join class action suit.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Robert F. Mayo 12-30-15  
Member since 2001, horrible experiences with WHR Please provide info to join class action suit.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Harry & Rhonda Horner 1-25-16  
We also would like to join the lawsuit. We have been members since 1994.and also feel like we are getting ripped off. We did get invited to the meeting, however we did not like what we heard. The advertisement for the meeting was misleading and the meeting was not as a group but on an individual basis asking for money.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit kevin petz 1-27-16  
I had a life time membership etc etc to the tune of $10,000. I am interested in joining the lawsuit.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Mark and Carol Gazette 4-20-15  
Upgraded twice. They did not deliver what they promised. Interested in a class action law suit as well.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Lannie Watts 2-24-16  
I would love to to join the class action suit against Western Horizon. They are a pitiful excuse for an organization. We spent so much money joining and the only thing we got from this membership is making Jim rich. We have our original contract listing 21 campgrounds and now there is only one. I hope this class action suit continues on.

7t8km
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Joseph M. & Rebecca Marr 2-2-16  
Member of Western Horizons Resort since Dec. 2007. Home camp is what is now called Blue Mesa. Invested over $10,000 in a Premier Membership that guaranteed lifetime benefits of $3 nites and included a "Golden Legacy Certificate", "Cabin Package Certificate"and "Credit Life" reassurance policy. Now with the sale and reorganization of Blue Mesa under a very curious arrangement called "Colorado Dream Vacations" and the subsequent separation from Western Horizon Resorts (with whom I have my contract), a company that seems to be nothing more than a timeshare "arranger", I am forced to seek legal support simply to determine what set of rules I should follow even if I chose to continue to be a member (of what ??? ). And where do I stand with ROD and AOR memberships that I own but are connected to my membership in Western Horizon whose existance seems to be in question ? This whole affair seems to be an old fashioned shell game. Abbott and Costello would surely wonder, " whose on first?" Please include us in your attempts to join in a class action lawsuit. Telephone: ( 480) 460-4260)

PS- Currently, we remain members in good standing in order to use Resorts of Distinction. It may be worthwhile for us to eventually move our "home" to a well run rv park that we would use on a regular basis. The KM parks in Washington and Oregon may be a better bet.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Robert F. Mayo 12-30-15  
I've been a member of WHR since 2001, upgraded to lifetime dues, July 2007 and had Platinum membership in 2004, I have suffered many of the hardships noted by other members in this thread, the unethical practices by WHR must be brought to account.....let me know how to join your class action suit. Thank you.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Joseph Carmody 12-30-15  
Let me start off by saying that I hope you all had a great holidays.

Now down to business...
Please help me get a list together of everyone interested in pursuing this lawsuit. I need each person's name, email address, and phone number so that I can give this list to the lawyer so that his lawfirm may begin the lawsuit. This will not cost any of you a dime. All fees will be based on a contingency basis. Thus far I have tallied 120 of you interested just from this forum. If you are willing to move forward, please send me the information needed. You can email me at jcarmody9466@gmail.com or call me at 719-839-1810.
Thank you all so much.
Have a great New's Year's!
Joe Carmody
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Marilyn Kline and Victoria Toussant 12-11-15  
We would be interested in joining this lawsuit.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit elinore grennan 12-11-15  
Would like to be in a lawsuit. Our home park is st david.6ytjc
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Diane Otto 12-10-15  
I would definitely join a class action lawsuit against Western Horizons. I bought a top membership in 2000 and enjoyed it for 5 years. I haven't used it more than a couple of times since then, but faithfully paid my dues. Now that I am ready to travel again I just learned that my home park, Camp Verde, has been sold and most of the other parks in the West have been sold, too. I never received any communication from WH about any of this until now. Considering the money everyone has paid and the contracts we have; it seems like we should have some recourse to compensation.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Joseph Carmody 12-14-15  
I am in contact with a lawfirm willing to take on whr if i can get together a list of 100 people who would be willing to do a law suit on a contengency basis. if interested please contact me at the above email
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Steve Jones 12-15-15  
I guess I am one of many who have a membership with no annual fees, guaranteed rates, and a Platinum upgrade to more "stuff"...now worth exactly nothing.

Since the late 90's well over $6k invested with little or no return as within a few years I would have to travel a thousand miles just to find a resort when one was 60 miles away initially. If there is any hope of compensation, count me in. Otherwise this gets put into the "worst mistakes in my life category" and life goes on.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Don & Barb Gedlaman 12-27-15  
We purchased a lifetime membership in 2010 or early 2011 then paid to upgrade to no camping fees and no membership yearly dues. Would like all the info can get and would love to have some of the money back.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Kirk 12-23-15  
We would be interested in a class action lawsuit also. Is anyone pursuing this or now how to get one going? We did the prepaid lifetime dues, got extras and even did the upgrade to include other parks, only to have absolutely nothing to show for it now.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Cindy Sherman 12-22-15  
I wish to be included in a Class Action Suit against Western Horizons. Bought the whole thing several years ago including the Condo Club membership and yearly cabin package for close to $7,000. Was informed in the mail by Camp Verde RV Park that they had been acquired by another management company and I would need to change home parks (free of charge) before the end of the year or stay with them accept their new fees, conditions and rules. Called Western Horizons today and was told by a person (Tammy) that my only choice now is St. David (and was already under the impression that they too had been sold). Also note even Gunnison is not available any longer. I am pissed. So if I stay with WHR, I pay close to $400 a year membership fee for "possible usage" of one park which is 7 hours from me.

We started out with 24 parks. You'd think that with the sale of so many parks, they could have thrown something back to us. Time for some serious legal action!
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit James and Lana Ploger 3-11-16  
We paid for a lifetime membership. Would also like to join the lawsuit. Please let me know.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit James and Lana Ploger 3-11-16  
We paid for a lifetime membership. Would also like to join the lawsuit. Please let me know.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Ken Hornsby 11-2-16  
I too would like to join the lawsuit. Paid for one park plus lifetime membership.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Patrick McCathern 10-25-16  
Was notified 20 Oct 2016 that the last remaining park St David AZ will not open this year and is being sold. Letter stated they will update us in the next 90-120 days for an alternative. BS. I'm sure their alternative will include more money out of our pockets. We, like many in this forum, bought the lifetime membership. Salesman was nice; everything was rosy. Now the paper the contract was written on is worth more than the membership. It appears that Western Horizon used the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme business model. Even in a class action suit it's the lawyers that win and the customers lose. Just have to accept this as one of life's lessons
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Marilyn Kline and Victoria Toussant 10-5-16  
I am checking to see if anyone has information on the class action lawsuit against Western Horizon? Over $10,000.00 was invested in this rip off company. Our home base was Camp Verde Resort. From the last information I read, the owner's turned it into a public resort? If anyone has any information, please feel free to contact me or e-mail me. Thank you very much.

Marilyn KLine
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Bill and Caryn Levendoski 12-7-16  
Please add us to the lawsuit.... we have 2 memberships with St David as our home park, member since 2007... time to get this taken care of... finally have the rig and no place to go with the package we bought.. sad.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Bill and Caryn Levendoski 12-7-16  
Please sign us up....
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Linus Brou 4-6-17  
How do I join this lawsuit? Like everyone else I was taken in be these people.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Galen Steele 2-18-17  
Bought membership around 2000 the upgraded to platinum aka no dues. Would love to Join lawsuit
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Ken Kimmel 1-4-17  
I received a letter and invite to join Blue Mesa yesterday! Both of my home parks have been sold and there is no way I would spend another dime for park memberships that I paid for years ago! I would join a class action suit too!
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Angela Goldsborough 7-3-16  
We were life time members of Western Horizons and can't even explain how much money my family dumped into the membership. It is robbery what the company did to my family. They prey on the elder and retired. I would like to join the class action law suit with my family if a lawyer is willing to persue. This company has gotten away to easy taking hard working people's money. Email is on this post
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Irv and Arlene Brandt 5-10-16  
Please include us in any class action lawsuit against Western Horizons Resorts! We too are VERY dissatisfied!! Have been members since 2006. Promises were made and never kept!!
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit James and Lana Ploger 3-29-16  
Please add me to your email and lawsuit. We to paid for a lifetime membership. Please keep us informed.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Don & Judy Bartell 3-27-16  
Please inform us about a class action lawsuit, as we bought into Western Horizons in 2003. 4
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Paul and Mary Ortman 3-13-16  
We bought a Lifetime Membership plus we payed $500.00 so we wouldn't have to pay anything more for new parks being added.. Sense they they have sold most of the
parks. Good management for them. How can they live with them self. Most of your members can't.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Stan F. 4-4-16  
A few days ago (April 1) I received a new form letter from “Lynne” at Blue Mesa Recreational Ranch (BMRR). Lynne Berry is a long time employee of Loken family enterprises, recently doing general management alternately at Western Horizon Resorts, BMRR, and Colorado Dream Vacations (“CODV dba BMRR”). They all have the SAME business address and are owned by the SAME family. Calling me a “Dear Member,” the letter urges me to “renew your membership” soon.

Strangely, three months ago when I wrote to the Southern Colorado BBB about BMRR’s breach of contract, the Ranch folks answered, “Mr. F. has a contract with Western Horizon Resorts, NOT with the new owner of Blue Mesa Ranch. We are not a party to his contract and cannot resolve his issues with the previous owner. He is NOT our customer.” As we all now know, WHR is likely to disappear once their St. David Resort (AZ) is sold off.

So…am I a BMRR member or NOT? They don’t seem to know--but they sure want my money! The letter refers to “the new ownership” but doesn’t mention its name or the Loken family name. As we all now know, the new owner family is the previous owner family, now operating under a new corporate name. The letter says, “the basic terms of your membership will still be honored,” but contradicts itself by requiring dues much higher than the frozen dues amounts in our contracts. If you received a similar letter from CODV/BMRR, don’t fall for this April Fools’ scam until they truly honor the existing basic terms of your membership contract! Meanwhile, let’s get that class action suit going!
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Ronald w. Lamonds 4-4-16  
My membership inWHR is absolutely worthless, as all others are. They billed us for over $10,000 for the platinum plus. My phone #253-312-7955.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Tom Curran 4-30-16  
I bought the bill of goods in 1998 and at that time all parks under Western Horizons name were FREE camping. Later
The rates went up for a Water and Electric additional charge. This charge was never lifted and now all but one Park once
owned by the Western Horizons is sold except for St. David. If that is sold we the members are S.O. L. Please let me know how to join this class action against Western Horizon.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Lannie Watts 4-28-16  
I am very much interested in joining a lawsuit against Western Horizon. We purchased a membership in 2001 and we had 21 parks. We paid our dues as Jim slowly sold the parks. The company and he should be held responsible for bilking retired folks out of their money with false claims. I hope that a lawsuit will go forward.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Dennis (Denny) and Perdetta (Perdy) Medeiros 4-18-16  
Please keep us informed about any lawsuit. We bought our membership back in the late 80's I think. Don't have our contract out.
Very disappointed in all the parks that were sold!
And the only park left is only open half the year.
We put quite a lot of money into our membership and no longer are able to use it except in St. David. Az. It was part of our retirement. We live full time in our RV and lost what we bought and paid for in looking ahead to our later years.
So disappointing.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Wesley & Janice Marean 12-10-15  
We just found out about what is happening today. We have been members since 2001 and upgraded to platinum in 2005. We would like to join the suit.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Roger & Anne Wilson 3-9-16  
We too would be interested in a joint lawsuit against Western Horizon. We joined WH in 2001 and Abita Springs was our home park. As parks have been sold we have been transferred from one park to another. Please keep us informed on progress.

Roger & Anne Wilson 3-10-16
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit John & Cindy Iabone 9-16-15  
I just received a letter from Western horizon member relations meeting stating.
As you may have heard (no I have not) BMR is now under new ownership and will be undergoing significant changes that may apply to you as a member or BMR, and it goes on.

So I set up the meeting for the 28th of Sept in Fort Collins, CO. I've been a member since 2003 and did an upgrade in 2009. So I will not be spending any more money as who knows where that will go in the future.

Has anyone else received the letter of pay-up or were sorry to see you leave? I say this because I already see the writing on the wall.

I too would like to be involved with the class action suite.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit John & Cindy Iabone 9-16-15  
I just received a letter from Western horizon member relations meeting stating.
As you may have heard (no I have not) BMR is now under new ownership and will be undergoing significant changes that may apply to you as a member or BMR, and it goes on.

So I set up the meeting for the 28th of Sept in Fort Collins, CO. I've been a member since 2003 and did an upgrade in 2009. So I will not be spending any more money as who knows where that will go in the future.

Has anyone else received the letter of pay-up or were sorry to see you leave? I say this because I already see the writing on the wall.

I too would like to be involved with the class action suite.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit margaret brantner 9-14-15  
Please keep me in the loop, they just sold Ramona canyon in Ramona, Ca. I pinned a longer message but it didn't attach. e-mail me and I'll tell you what I wrote. It's the same as everyone else but I think do to conversations later that the salesman knew they were selling off properties at the time he sold me my contract.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit margaret brantner 9-14-15  
When I joined I brought another members contract through the salesman at WH in Ramona, Ca. I was to get their package with Ramona Canyon as my home park, WH just sold Ramona Canyon, the letter tells me all will be same the since it is my home park, I upgraded to not have any yearly fees and only 2$ a night stays, looks like I'll find out if that is going to stay the same. At the time that I bought, there where 7 WH campgrounds, now I think they have only 2.
At the time that I bought in nobody told me they where selling off campgrounds, I later found out they were selling campgrounds off and had others on the market to be sold including the ones I bought my membership for. This is misrepresentation of the contract I have with them, they knew at the time I bought in they were selling off properties including the ones they said I was buying into.
As a member when they sell a campground that my membership said I had under contract then myself and everyone else who is a WH member with that campground promised should get a share of the sales money of that property since that is a property we were promised. Instead they get our dues, our buy in cost and then sell the property promised by contract. GOOD SCAME. Please keep me into loop.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Johan stokvis 9-17-15  
Please add my name to the class action lawsuit. My wife and I bought a membership in 1998. We also were misled and not allowed to stay in parks whr sold. Our home park is Blue Mesa which was sold to Jim Lokens children.we also bought memberships in Sunbelt and AOR. What a scam. Loken got us god. So much for enjoying our retirement.

Johan Stokvis
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Margaret brantner 9-25-15  
I want to join the lawsuit, please call 619-203-5214. Ramon canyon new owners are not going to honor the home park members contracts. In complete contradiction to the letter WH sent to me.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Gilles Martineau 10-2-15  
I am also interested in the lawsuit.

I have been a member since 1998 and upgraded to lifetime membership 4 years later. I was promised things in my first contract that they refused to honor after I upgraded to lifetime. I kept copy of all correspondence I had with them.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Alex Salcido 9-28-15  
I am interested in the lawsuit, I have been advised that Campverde and Saint David resorts here in Arizona have been sold. I have yet to receive any notification as to these sales.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Alex Salcido 9-28-15  
I have been a member of Blue Mesa Resorts as of 1992, my home resort was Saint David, which later was bought out by Western Horizons and I was grandfathered into this resort. I recently found out that Camp Verde Resort had been sold and no longer part of Western Horizons. This occurred after I was called by Camp Verde Resort letting me know that it was not part of Western Horizons. I did not get any notifications from Western Horizons when I requested specific camping dates for Camp Verde on their reservation sight. On Sept.27,2015, I was called by a friend who drove past Saint David and saw that entry way was chained and has a "no trespassing sign" attached. I have yet to receive word from Western Horizons as to this closure. This is a real scam and their business practices need to be taken to court. I am sure they will be sending letters for maintenance fees for resorts that no longer exist. I would like info as to the lawsuit as well.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Robert and Jane Berlin 8-25-15  
We recently met with a representative of Blue Mesa Resort which is our home park with Western Horizons it is now being turned in to a private resort and they are selling memberships starting at $16,000 for a park that is only open 4 months a year. We would to be added to the lawsuit and notified of any updates
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit walter collins 8-16-15  
Member since 1993 would like to be informed of lawsuit progress.
found out that blue mesa recreational resort was sold in oct of 2014, i guess i no linger have a membership
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Brian Scott 5-12-15  
Interested in any class action current or future. Member since 2001. Kino Bay???where is it!
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Denise and Tim Weatherwax 5-3-15  
We would like to be involved if there is indeed a class action lawsuit against Western Horizon. We paid $5K for a season space near the Colorado River on the AZ side that was guaranteed, according to our contract, for two lifetimes. We are now told by the new ownership that we must pay a monthly fee of $300 to keep our space. This happened to several families in park.

Thanks for any information you can provide on taking action against this company. They reportedly sold 8 of their park in 2010 for $28 million. We should be compensated for the money we spent under false pretenses as I am told it is not possible to force the new company to honor the current contract.

http://www.woodallscm.com/2010/12/western-horizon-resorts-selling-8-parks-for-28m/
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Charles and Wrenell Newman 4-24-15  
Can I be included in lawsuit? Have top membership and have had (home parks) sold without being notified. We paid out over $7,000.00 for our membership. Now what is our membership worth. Are fulltime RVers and hardly any parks to go to now that they all getting sold.

Wrenell Newman
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Jimmy and Faye Gaines 5-18-15  
We bought our membership in 04, we were happy with it paid our dues on time. Some of the parks were in such bad shape it was pitiful ! Had a hard time getting into some of the parks. Then they started selling parks!!
The last time we visited Indian Waters a few years ago is when we found out about the big sale of parks. We had to make our own arrangements and pay $16.00 per night. This was not what we signed up for!!
Now some of the parks want $22.00 a night, if you can even get in.
Our home park was sold what am I paying dues for !
Gunnison, Co has been calling wanting their dues or they will turn us over to collections. Called 4 times this past week, shame on them!
I am ready to join class action suit, I don't want to do this for money, I want to give this crappy contract back to them.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Norm 6-7-15  
I joined around 2008 as a result of positive referral from friends. They are now embarrassed to have recommended Western Horizons. I realize that economic times change but a contract is a contract. If I had not paid a lump sum for lifetime membership, I am sure that Western Horizons would be threatening me through collection agencies to fulfill my end of the contract I signed with them. Why should Western Horizons not have the same consequences for not living up to their end of the contract? I would like to join your class action suit.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit William Belt 8-9-15  
Please keep us informed. This is so sad - we trusted Jim Loken. We were never informed that they sold Blue Mesa just found out from someone else that we were scammed.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Patrick & Kay Ann Fox 8-6-15  
Can anyone tell us whether a class action lawsuit has been commenced? we bought our membership in 2005 and now find out that Blue Mesa has been sold. we will be meeting with a representative next week about "changes to our membership" and would like to have more information about any pending lawsuit as we may want to join in. thank you.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Norm 6-7-15  
Joined around 2008 as a result of positive referral from friends. They are now embarrassed to have recommended Western Horizons. I realize that economic times change but a contract is a contract. If I had not paid a lump sum for lifetime membership, I am sure that Western Horizons would be threatening me through collection agencies to fulfill my end of the contract I signed with them. Why should Western Horizons not have the same consequences for not living up to their end of the contract? Please keep me informed about the law suit.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Michael and Saundra Plester 10-3-15  
We, too, are disgusted with the membership we THOUGHT we bought!! Our home park was originally in Washington, then changed to Blue Mesa, now St. David, and from what I hear in the previous posts, St. David is closed with a "no trespassing" sign on a chain!! How do we participate in this lawsuit?
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Ed and Dorothy Reichle 10-19-15  
We have been members of Western Horizons since 2001 and like everyone else have lost resort after resort that have been our home parks. Now we just find out that we have lost St. David.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Paul and Debbie Pope 11-23-15  
We have been members for 20 some years home camp was White Oak in Indiana. Grant it our fees are low but this is bull ___ we called last year to get out of it and they were going to charge us or take us to court to opt out! We decided to use Colorado as our home base for retirement in the future. We also were never told of other Resorts closing. We would love to be included in this Lawsuit. Can some here keep us up to date with this. Also got letter raising our dues.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Wayne Shade 11-20-15  
We just got a bill for camping for 2016. What about our contracts that state we were never to have fees imposed again We paid a hell of a lot of money to be members and now we pay more— bullshit!! Lance Loken is now the CEO or owner, he and his dad must have just changed sides of the desk as far as we are concerned it’s just another rip off. And if they think I’m going to pay one more cent, think again. Yes we need to have a class action lawsuit, I would be willing to help pay to do this. We would be will to help on legal fees if we can get someone to take this on.
Shadelane@netzero.com
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Wayne Shade 11-20-15  
We just got a bill for camping for 2016. What about our contracts that state we were never to have fees imposed again We paid a hell of a lot of money to be members and now we pay more— bullshit!! Lance Loken is now the CEO or owner, he and his dad must have just changed sides of the desk as far as we are concerned it’s just another rip off. And if they think I’m going to pay one more cent, think again. Yes we need to have a class action lawsuit, I would be willing to help pay to do this. We would be will to help on legal fees if we can get someone to take this on.
Shadelane@netzero.com
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Julie and Paul Main 11-24-15  
We just received the invite to join New Colorado group. Never heard that Western Horizons is gone, but thought the writing was on the wall so to speak. We were Lifetime Members, probably paid over $5000, used a week or 2 a year is all. Would be interested in law suit. Puyallup, WA.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Julie and Paul Main 11-24-15  
We just received the invite to join New Colorado group. Never heard that Western Horizons is gone, but thought the writing was on the wall so to speak. We were Lifetime Members, probably paid over $5000, used a week or 2 a year is all. Would be interested in law suit. Puyallup, WA.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Glenn & Linda Mitchell 12-4-15  
Have had a membership with Platinum Plus added for over 20 years. Paid over $7k and feel ripped off with the current owners not honoring our contract as written and agreed to!!!! Count us in....
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Paula & Scott Townsend 12-3-15  
Count us in on any class action lawsuit. We signed up in 2010 and we were already upset that right after the recession hit and there was no way to get someone to sign up under us so we had to pay an additional $1,000. We haven't used WHR for a few years but I kept it going only to find out all this has happened and they want my annual dues plus a nightly rate and for only 1 or 2 parks that we don't travel to. I feel used and abused here. We paid $7k for our membership and never really got what was promised to us.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Fred and Linda Marti 11-30-15  
We also received the letter dated November 2, 2015 a couple of weeks ago that we are now members of Colorado Dream Vacations (CDV) and Blue Mesa Recreational Ranch (BMRR) with 2 options for dues: Option 1: Dues $299.00 (our site fees will be $5 per night at Blue Mesa) or Option 2: Dues $449.00 (site fees at $0 per night at Blue Mesa. We became members of Western Horizons in 2007 (Membership fee $6,074) and were pressured to do an upgrade to the "Ultimate" membership (in June, 2009 for $2844) so all together we paid close to $10,000 and then paid annual dues each year. Our home park was Desert Pools in California but when we did the upgrade, we were told that we needed to make Blue Mesa our home park which we did. We only stayed at Blue Mesa once a few years ago and only for a few days as we could not get cell service and internet service was terrible. Since I could not get calls from my aging mother, we had to leave and vowed NEVER to return to that park. Now they want dues of $299 for $5 per night to a place we never want to go to again. We have been so disappointed since joining as the parks have continued to be sold that we regularly did like to stay. Now if we would have kept Desert Pools as our home park, we could stay there now for $15 a night but since they told us we needed to change our home park to Blue Mesa, we have to pay $20 a night to stay there. So where the "Utimate" was to provide us with nightly dues of $2 a night, we find that there are no parks available now for that rate.

We do NOT want to pay the $299 for the dues they are now asking to stay at a park, we will NOT go back to anymore. So we would like to know do we HAVE to pay these dues? We would also like information how to join the class action suit as for nothing else, maybe we can get out of paying these annual dues as ENOUGH is ENOUGH!!!

fmarti1941@gmail.com
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Kenneth Dillman 11-20-15  
My wife and I purchased a lifetime membership at Blue Mesa Ranch in 2004. Contract states we get to stay at all BMR for no camping fee and other WHR resorts for $3 a night. Get free one week cabin rental and 1 day free boat rental at their marina. All this if I pay my $360 yearly dues. We also had access to Kino Bay in Mexico. We have faithfully pay our dues each year and never were told the resorts were being sold. Apparently all benefits are gone and the new owners want my $360 plus a $5 a night fee. Sign me up for the class action, if it ever takes place.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Charles & Moon Porter 11-20-15  
We have a similar story. Now we're out another $4,400 with Colorado Dream Vacations (CODV) just to retain what we had at Blue Mesa. We, too, are pissed and would join a suit. Tell us where to sign.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Dick & Darla Beckeer 11-12-15  
We bought our membership in 2005 with Camp Verde as our home park. We recently received a letter from the buyer of the park informing us of the purchase and the increase in the camping fees. We too feel that we were mislead. We would be interested in joining a class action lawsuit. We also feel we should receive a refund of our purchase price because of the sale of most of the parks. Please keep us informed. Thank you.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Carroll M. Vye 11-12-15  
I am interested in the lawsuit. I have been a member since 2000 and upgraded to lifetime member. I bought all inclusive membership for WHR, Resorts of Distinction, AOR and Condominium travel Club. I was notified that my home resort has been sold and price per year has gone up to 299.00 per from 199.00 which was frozen for life according to the contract with them. I paid over $6,000.00 for this membership. Please keep us informed.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Tim and Jan Fawson 11-5-15  
If at all possible, we would love to join the class action law suit. We have been members of Western Horizon since 1996 and later upgraded to "lifetime" memberships. We are as bitterly disappointed as everyone else as to the unethical loss of our money and campgrounds. It's ridiculous to think they believe they can charge us thousands of dollars and then sell all the properties we were promised as camping destination. Please, can we be informed as to what we need to do to throw our hat in the ring? Thanks.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit DH 11-16-15  
Also interested in joining the lawsuit. We've been members for over 15 years and also got the letter stating to pay now or get nothing. Parks that were supposed to be in the system have been closed, and other arrangements have not been honored.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Craig Sparlin 11-16-15  
11/16/15
Got my letter today from Colorado Dream Vacations stating that Blue Meas is no longer Western Horizons and that they want me to pay $299yr + $5.00 per night or $499yr or the final option Discontinue my association with BMRR. As a lifetime member since 2000 I'm very pissed off at this and would also like to be included in any Class Action Suit.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Chris 11-19-15  
I have read through many of these postings. We too would be interested in legal actions. Do you all know there is a Western Horizon member Yahoo group site where members have also posted. I have learned of the recent change of Blue Mesa organizational restructuring. Apperantly members were notified that Blue Mesa declared bankruptcy but was taken over by Colorado Dream Vacation. The New president is Lance Loken?
The very same Lance Loken who was owner of Blue Mesa. How can that be? Is that legal? Well his purpose is to give existing members choices sign off, so you can't sue him. Pay more money to retain a membership with the new named park. New name same old game.
We have no idea what our status is as our ROD states Blue Mesa is our home park after we were changed from Casa Grande. We would be willing to join a class action. There are numerous people here who want a class action. The way to proceed is to get a steering committee together of 5 to 10 people. You need people who live within proximity so you need to post your location and contact. Someone needs to find a clever lawyer. If there are 100 members have them pay $100 each into a fund. Loken was propably a conniving clever enough SOB who has buried his money. It would give us great satis faction to irritate the hell out of him for his crookedness. What is bothersome is that the SOB still had a salesman selling memberships at Ramona last winter. Someone there gave us a heads up that Ramona was on the way of a sale. We were approached at Indian Waters 2 weeks before the sale was announced, to buy an Upgrade ? To What? If we're to see Loken a would have a few choice names to call him. We are not US citizens. I truly suggest those able to get a lawsuit going try and use the Yahoo site and this one to get people signed up. Is there not a lawyer in this membership? Fraud must be punished.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Bill & Susie Williams 11-19-15  
We are interested in the law suit. Bought our membership at Pyramid Lake Ca. paid ten times the dues for lifetime dues, and when they sold that property our membership was moved to Blue Mesa. We just received the dues letter from Blue Mesa stating our lifetime dues don't count now since the property was sold. Was never informed that the properties were sold off and WHR web site still shows multiple parks.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Bill & Susie Williams 11-19-15  
We are also interested in the law suit. Just received the letter stating the change in our membership with WHR from Blue Mesa. We are lifetime members and paid extra for lifetime dues, now we are being told to pay dues or get out. We joined at Pyramid Lake in Ca., and when they sold that property our membership was moved to Blue Mesa. We have never received any information about the other parks being sold off, and did not know about Blue Mesa being sold until we received the dues letter.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Myrna and dennis Frink 12-5-15  
We would also be interested in the lawsuit. We bought into WR in 20010 for $3000. Feel it was a ripoff. At that time, so many of the parks we went to were in terrible shape, no maintenance being done. Now there are no parks left, we certainly feel we didn't get our monies worth. We thought we were going to pay $4 per night. At first, that is what happened, but quickly as they were sold, no more $4 per night. We would never have bought into it if we had know they would all be sold
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Ray @ Elizabeth Helms 1-26-15  
Lynne!! Thanks for the positive input. It gives us some hope of the future in RVing. I think,(if your who I think you are), you signed us up in late 90's in St.David. Maybe you will remember us when I tell you we brought our horses with us. Ray and Elizabeth Helms
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit A Ray Jolley and Cherise Jolley 6-28-17  
We have tried to call the number listed in Gunnison several times. Line is always busy, no answering machine. No way to get in touch of anyone. Members for many years. Spent alot of money. Not happy.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Shirl4ey Sanford 9-14-15  
I would like to be placed on this Western Horizon Lawsuit; I had a lady, Shawn Ray, call just this week, from Fidelity Realty, asking if i still wanted to sell this membership. I just called 1,000 Trails, in Advance NC., they tell me they cannot find my membership, (from Bass Lake, (Uwarrie Valley Resorts) 185 Jim Neeley Dr, Salisbury, NC 28144. I have it seems 2 numbers, 22141415, or 2020141415, I have the Gold Lifetime membership, paid $5244.00 on 10/17/02, with a 2500.00 discount. Would appreciate any info. Please respond to my email above.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Shirl4ey Sanford 9-14-15  
I would like to be placed on this Western Horizon Lawsuit; I had a lady, Shawn Ray, call just this week, from Fidelity Realty, asking if i still wanted to sell this membership. I just called 1,000 Trails, in Advance NC., they tell me they cannot find my membership, (from Bass Lake, (Uwarrie Valley Resorts) 185 Jim Neeley Dr, Salisbury, NC 28144. I have it seems 2 numbers, 22141415, or 2020141415, I have the Gold Lifetime membership, paid $5244.00 on 10/17/02, with a 2500.00 discount. Would appreciate any info. Please respond to my email above.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Shirl4ey Sanford 9-14-15  
I would like to be placed on this Western Horizon Lawsuit; I had a lady, Shawn Ray, call just this week, from Fidelity Realty, asking if i still wanted to sell this membership. I just called 1,000 Trails, in Advance NC., they tell me they cannot find my membership, (from Bass Lake, (Uwarrie Valley Resorts) 185 Jim Neeley Dr, Salisbury, NC 28144. I have it seems 2 numbers, 22141415, or 2020141415, I have the Gold Lifetime membership, paid $5244.00 on 10/17/02, with a 2500.00 discount. Would appreciate any info. Please respond to my email above.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Mike Katz 1-3-17  
It appears that Western Horizons is no longer in business and that the Blue Mesa RV resort owned by Logan was transferred to CODV, LLC,
CODV, LLC is a Colorado limited liability corporation, owned by the Logan family, which was the owner of Western Horizons

Question if the asset, Blue Mesa Ranch was transferred to CODV, LLC, which appears to be a related company, then why would the campground memberships also be changed and transferred with the property?
It appears that this is a scam to be able to liquidate the old memberships at Western Horizon and start selling new memberships under CODV, LLC.

Please investigate this, it may be a source of a class action suit.

Thank you

Mike Katz
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Joseph Carmody 12-14-15  
If you are still interested in a lawsuit against Western Horizon Resorts, please give me a call at 719-839-1810. We are in the same boat and have done our research and have found an attorney who is willing to help.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Ronald Lawlor 1-27-17  
Want to join the class action suit against Western Horizon Resorts. We have been members for over 20 years. Cannot get information regarding our membership or the resorts that are still available if any.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Jerry and Kris Peak 12-15-13  
How do we join a class action lawsuit against Western Horizon Resorts? Please include us.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Gale Frazier 2-8-17  
I paid over 5,000(paid in full) for my membership with Western Horizon and was terminated without a letter from the Orgazization.
Western Horizon resorts Dave & Sandy Asher 5-30-17  
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Re: Western Horizon lawsuit BERNARD P ROSS 8-29-17  
I AM A LIFE TIME MEMBER IN WESTERN HORIZONS I HAVE NEVER BEEN INFORMED THAT THEY WERE SOLD.WHAT COURSE OF ACTION CAN I TAKE AGINEST THEM TO RECOVER MY LOSS
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Tim and Jan Fawson 11-6-15  
Dear Robert,
We live in Chino Valley, AZ and are also Western Horizon members. We are beyond frustrated and angry, and we just found out that not only Blue Mesa has been sold, but Camp Verde as well. That led us to search for a possible class action suit we might join, and we stumbled across your law suit. Assuming yours is not a class action suit, we would truly be interested to know how your law suit faired. I had a rather heated discussion with Lynne (?) at Blue Mesa on the phone a couple of days ago, and she hung up on me when I had the audacity to suggest we were due a refund. We joined them in 1996 and upgraded to "lifetime" a few years later. I hope someone has held them accountable for their unethical tactics, even if we don't get to reap any benefits. Please, if at all possible, let us know what has transpired with your efforts in a law suit. Thank you so much. Jan
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Roger and Jane Loggin 1-28-15  
Could you please give us some information concerning this lawsuit. We are members of Western Horizon and are still paying our dues but because of all the recent changes and sales of parks we have far less places to go and we also feel that our membership is worthless.
Best regards, Roger and Jane loggin
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Fred and Sally Lohse 8-11-16  
We would also like to join the lawsuit against Western Horizons
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Warren Riopel 3-6-17  
We bought into Western Horizons in 2005. At that time there were 21 parks in the system. We were told that more parks would be added in the future; however, it wasn't long before the parks began to be sold off until now there are virtually none left. We feel that we were deceived and fraudulently enticed into buying a membership. It sounded good at the time.

Please add us to the lawsuit!
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit miles relich 1-4-17  
Member at Indian Waters 2001 paid $5700 and used the hell out of it 11 years. The Membership Contract has #8 Miscellaneous which states (personal enjoyment,not sold to ? as an investment opportunity, ON&ON&ON, no interest in, nor secured by, any real property or facilities BELONGING TO SELLER. ( BINGO, no rights just pleasure from the membership.) Jim Loken is a slick snake in the grass. He sells Memberships, takes money to live on and buys camps on the edge or bankrupt. Then milks them til a buyer or the value of the property goes up and then sells to developers. The investors with the stock will be holding worthless stock. SORRY TO ONE and ALL for the losses they may have to encounter. (misc.miles@sbcglobal.net for questions) HIS Kids will take over Blue Mesa Ranch and run AOR, Coast to Coast, ROD, RPI. Jim will file Bankruptcy, wash his hands of the mess.
GOOD LUCK Blue Mesa Ranch just sent me a letter to help me, Indian Waters just threw us out this year 2017.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Alan and Karen Johnson 8-30-14  
Please contact us regarding this class action law suit, we too, are interested in joining in.... we only just now found about this... the hard way. No more rv parks near us, no home park, we feel very deceived and cheated.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Bryce and Marilyn Jenkins 3-25-15  
Could you please give us more I formation about the Western Horizons lawsuit. The sale of Blue Mesa resort (which we were told would NEVER happen) was the last straw for us.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Richard 2-12-15  
Please keep us informed if there is a law suit. Feel like we got ripped off.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Clyde and Joan LaGrone 7-30-15  
I am interested in the lawsuit. I have been a member since 2002 and upgraded to lifetime member. I was promised there would be more resorts in California and other warm climates, which didn't happen. I was told I could transfer membership to members of my family for little or no cost. That has also changed. Now you are saying Blue Mesa has been sold,
which is my home site?
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit steve & judy walker 11-19-15  
Just got my letter from new owners, they want 355.00 annual fees which we had paid on a once only payment on original contract????? I want out. count me in on any class action.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit arnold sivertson 7-23-16  
Just got a bill for $164.50 the second half.... its time to get this taken care of
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Joseph Carmody 12-15-15  
I am in contact with a law firm who are willing to take on western horizon resorts on a contingency basis. If you are interested please email me at jcarmody9466@aol.com to join in.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit arnold sivertson 7-23-16  
Just got a bill for $164.50 the second half.... its time to get this taken care of
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Michelle Key 12-29-15  
I will join the lawsuit. Spoke with WHR today and was told that as soon as St David is sold that WHR will be dissolved. I would spearhead this thing but have no idea where to start. Let me know how to help! They should not be able to get away with this!!
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Tess Alan 2-23-16  
I would like to join the lawsuit also. I purchased my membership in 2002 and paid lifetime dues. My home park was in Casa Grande, AZ and when it sold, I was transferred to Blue Mesa, Colorado. I was just notified yesterday that the property was sold at a foreclosure auction and the new owners now want $499 a year, despite my having a membership and prepaid dues for life. I requested to be transferred to St. David, the only existing property to retain my membership without incurring any additional costs. Please let me know what you need for me to join the lawsuit.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Marisol Harper 5-12-17  
Can you tell me whether there is a class lawsuit against western horizon. I just found out that it had gone bankrupt. Thank you.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit arnold sivertson 7-23-16  
Just got a bill we are done with this mess
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Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Sally Lohse 1-4-17  
What is the status of the lawsuit?
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Miles and Peggy Coleman 5-23-17  
Want to join lawsuit
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Marilyn Wilson 2-9-17  
We would like to be part of a class action lawsuit.
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Larry Thomas 2-27-17  
Add me to the law suit
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Paul Westwood 6-8-17  
Please add us to lawsuit
Re: Western Horizon lawsuit Donna McEntire 9-17-17  
Have been long time members of Western Horizon Resorts--Desert Pools. Before that a member of American Adventure--taken over by Western Horizon Resorts. Very upset that we have "nothing" at this time. We were foolish and kept thinking that things would change. A contract means nothing, I guess. Is there a class action or other lawsuit that we can join?
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