Timeshare Resale Traps Expected By AG & Dept of Consumer Protection in CT.

Earlier this month, the Attorney General of Connecticut (AG), William Tong, and the Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) issued a public warning regarding potential timeshare resale traps in the state. In the after effects of the COVID pandemic, it appears a growing number of con artists are looking to take advantage of grounded vacation owners.

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Ways to Test Your Timeshare Package During the 3-7 day Cancellation Period.

Have you ever made a large purchase that turned out to be less than gratifying? How about a product that didn’t perform as advertised? In most cases, a consumer’s intuition is to return it –or at least making an exchange. But what happens when the purchase ends up being non-refundable due to a return policy that wasn’t promoted or ever explained?

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Additional Questions To Secure Free Gifts at Timeshare Demonstrations

Listening to a timeshare offer can be a compelling experience when you’re blinded by possibilities. While timeshare vacations play out pleasantly for some travelers, making an informed decision is key. Unfortunately, far too many buyers don’t pay attention to the potential pitfalls in their pursuit of free vouchers or gifts.

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TCPA Class Action Against Marriott Vacation Club for Phone Solicitation.

As timeshare travel nears its 60th year of existence, consumers are beginning to grow tired of the sale. While most of the class action lawsuits we’ve covered pertain to the purchase itself, some filings occur when timeshare solicitations cross the line. This was the case in 2017 when Cheri Astrahan submitted a TCPA Class Action against Marriott Vacation Club for constant phone solicitation in California.

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California Timeshare Owners File Diamond Class Action Lawsuit.

When it comes to class action lawsuits against timeshare companies, unhappy buyers are usually frustrated by a lack of disclosure or because they’ve been being lied to. Whether they can prove their claims or not, most point out the level of inconvenience and the amount of money the product has cost them.

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