Timeshare Scams

Saturday, January 21, 2006

Timeshares: A Yearly Vacation or Just an Expensive Frustration?

Despite recent improvements, are timeshares worth the money?

Budget Travel Online takes a look at this question. Their answer?

"The biggest change to occur in the world of timeshares has been the entry of major hotel chains into the market. Companies such as Marriott, Starwood, Westgate, Disney and Hilton have all made major investments into developing timeshare properties. Known as "branded properties," the competition between these chains has served to make the timeshare experience more customer friendly."

So now the big names are trying to screw you... is that surprising. Like leading flies to s**t.

3 Comments:

  • One of the timeshare deals offered by timeshare is the a beautiful vacation destination for people who are looking for a right place for their special events such as honeymooners. But some are telling that this is not true. Instead of having fun you will just get frustrated of it, so others are now avoiding this because of scam and false promises.

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    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:06 PM  

  • Timeshares need to be looked up as a purchase and not an investment. Regardless of how timeshares are presented, they donĀ“t perform as well as a house or stock investment. If you look around the resale market for timeshares on websites like EBay, Redweek, or TUGBBS will find that you can buy a timeshare for far less money than what the first owner purchased it for.

    By Anonymous Lindsay Stewart, at 9:01 AM  

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