The timeshare industry has historically been plagued by developers who use high-pressure and deceptive sales tactics to close a timeshare sale. Using false and misleading statements of what buyers could expect from their timeshare ownership, the industry has a...read more
by Doug Shadel, AARP The Magazine, July 2017 She’d had enough. Just two years after Nancy Adams and her sister, Edith, bought their time-share condo, Nancy wanted to get rid of it. The siblings had gotten swept up in the pitch from a time-share company…read more
Beware of the traditional means of ridding oneself of an unwanted timeshare is through a sale, donation or transfer. On the subject of selling a timeshare, many unwary timeshare owners seeking to rid themselves of their timeshare fall pray to listing companies that...read more
Are you better off without owning a timeshare? Fans love them but others will sell you their interest for less than a penny.
John and JoAnn Belczak vacation in Hawaii every year. That’s in addition to trips the Yorba Linda couple have taken to Tahoe, Boston and the Carolinas. They’ve strolled the scenic beaches of Aruba and St. Kitts and been on a cruise to Alaska. Every three years, they...read more
While it is true that a timeshare contract is a binding legal document, it is often mistakenly thought that such a contract cannot only be cancelled. In fact, most timeshare companies maintain that their contracts are non – cancellable. This misconception is...read more