Timeshare Laws

Timeshare Laws have many variables, but mostly we hear of no relief for the vast millions of timeshare owners. There are some protections in the first 3 to 7, to maybe 10-14 days (depending on the state or country you were in) for a Consumer to execute a Contract Rescission, and if you are in that time period which is exact (for example, “5 days”), then please rapidly contact an attorney in the state or country you bought the timeshare in for immediate advisement. You should consult a Lawyer to get everything timed right uder the applicable statute, and get the cancellation notice served properly to the resort.

However, after the rescission period, the resort contracts are fairly bulletproof. Please always check with attorneys, so you know your specific rights, and perhaps get more information on a cost-effective timeshare divestment.

Timeshare Sales…
Upfront Fees v. Pure Consumer Protection Info

These timeshare con-artists will tell you that you need to pay thousands in upfront fees and you must pay it all TODAY, based upon a fallacious promise to sell that won’t outlive the tiny duration of their fake company. Frequently these companies go in and out of business with new names and just simply deceive a whole new set of consumers. To learn more about this, please obtain a copy of our timeshare owners’ Survival Guidebook that is authored by a Timeshare Industry-Specific Consumer Protection Attorney, and freely given to timeshare owners as a complimentary consumer resource from

The Abrams Firm, Consumer Protection Law since 2001

Top 7 Resort Sales Scams

Answering the Needs of Consumers identified by Consumer Protectorates from the FTC, Attorney General & Justice Departments

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