That kind of service once cost a salesperson thousands of dollars on my watch. A friend of ours invited us to vacation with him at a very high-end timeshare. We went to hear the sales speech. We loved the place and wanted to buy...but we had made a couple of rash decisions before and agreed to never decide on the spot on any purchase over $1000. So the salesguy started pressuring us. This surprised us, as this is a very high-end brand and pressure sales are something we associate with lower quality merchandise. Anyway, we said we needed to think about it overnight, and we would decide the following day.
The sales person mustered his most condescending look down his nose and grandly told us that's OK. "Look, some people are [high-end brand] people and some people are not. If you are, you don't need to think about it. If you need to think about it, you just aren't [high-end brand] people." Wow. At that very moment, he convinced me that I was, indeed, not THAT kind of people. You could not have paid me to take a timeshare there. We widened our eyes, excused ourselves, and left the sales building. Our host was furious that we were treated that way. He wrote a letter, we all received a healthy portion of the vacation cost in a refund. And that salesman convinced me to never buy a timeshare from anyone, ever.