Timeshare Scams

Saturday, January 21, 2006

Must Read: Before you buy a timeshare

This is a webpage from New York state about pitfalls when buying a timeshare. This is an absolute must read if you are considering it.

4 Comments:

  • Can someone help me figure out how to get the $59 I paid for a vacation package for Silverleaf Resorts?

    By Blogger Cylinda, at 12:39 PM  

  • If you want to get out of your timeshare, I recommend using Direct Transfers. They helped me and it was pretty painless...

    By Anonymous Sarah, at 2:44 PM  

  • Consumers guide about timeshare is really important. They say it is too late to regret, so having a preparation and well knowledge will help you avoid timeshare scams.

    By Anonymous cancel timeshare, at 3:48 PM  

  • Timeshare industry is known for being one of the most fraudulent industries running. Every year, tens of thousands of complaints are filed against timeshare developers, most of them because of the deceitful sales tactics they use to sell their units.

    The resort may look like heaven, the location may be wonderful and the offer may seem quite appealing, but, do you completely understand what you’re getting? They say cheap things eventually cost more, and that is what happens with free timeshares. Think about it:

    Why would someone want to give away for free something that costs thousands of dollars?

    By Anonymous Amanda Blue, at 12:59 PM  

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