June 12

Does Covid-19 make Timeshare companies care about you? Think Again!

The timeshare industry has a long and historied past of predatory practices and disregard for legal and ethical standards. When in the resort sales room, our clients tell us that they often feel as if they were speaking with sincere and caring people. These individuals are generally kind and comforting and make them feel at.

October 3

Timeshare Exit Companies Lose Motion to Dismiss

In another blow to Timeshare Exit Team and other exit companies, a federal judge in the Middle District of Florida, Orlando Division, has denied the defendant’s attempted motion to dismiss the lawsuits brought against them by Wyndham Vacation Ownership (WVO). Thank you to The American Resort Development Association – Resort Owners Coalition (ARDA-ROC) for this.

September 30

Timeshare Trap

This is part 1 of a 3 part series on https://myrtlebeachsc.com regarding traps used by the timeshare industry specific to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.  Thank you to myrtlebeachsc.com for this insightful and important reporting. https://myrtlebeachsc.com/the-myrtle-beach-timeshare-trap/ For years in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina this is how part of the industry worked.  Units were bought by out.

September 17

How to avoid timeshare resale scams

The scammers prey on your desperation and tell you anything to get your money and never deliver. Thank you to WTMJ in Milwaukee, WI for this important reporting on timeshare resale scams: https://www.tmj4.com/call4action/how-to-avoid-timeshare-resale-scams They may ask you to pay a large upfront fee and not provide you with any legal documentation.  They may promise you they.

September 15

Better Business Bureau Warns of Timeshare Reselling Scam

It’s that time of year again and the Better Business Bureau has some tips on timeshare reselling cons: https://www.bbb.org/article/scams/16913-bbb-tip-5-top-vacation-scams-to-watch-when-making-summer-travel-plans Thank you to the Better Business Bureau for this important story. These scam artists are getting more and more aggressive with their tactics.  Do not fall for the scheme where you are asked to pay an.

September 9

Missouri Attorney General Goes After Timeshare Exit Company

Timeshare owners have allegedly lost $670,000 to timeshare exit company Vacation Consulting Services. The Attorney General in Missouri is now reporting at least 80 complaints about them. Special thanks to abcactionnews.com for their reporting: https://www.abcactionnews.com/money/consumer/taking-action-for-you/widow-in-largo-loses-thousands-to-timeshare-exit-company Owners — be wary of what these timeshare exit companies promise!  Many require an upfront fee and promise you the world.

September 3

Pennsylvania Attorney General Targets Timeshare Reseller

Thank you to Fox43 for this reporting Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro has set his eyes on a timeshare reseller, Groupwise, Inc. and its former officers, Derek J. McGuire and Andrew J. Harkins, alleging violations of state consumer protection laws. https://fox43.com/2019/06/05/ag-shapiro-announces-lawsuit-against-former-mercer-county-timeshare-reseller-officers/ As of the publication of this article, Shapiro’s office has received 88 complaints against.

August 22

Another state goes after timeshare exit company

Thank you to the Arkansas Attorney General for their press release  https://www.arkansasag.gov/media-center/news-releases/rutledge-files-suit-against-company-selling-timeshare-exit-plans/ Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge and her office recently filed a consumer protection lawsuit against another timeshare exit company for alleged violations of the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.  In their crosshairs are Bentonville company Real Travel, LLC and its owners Brian Scroggs.

August 20

Timeshare Exit Companies Oppose Consumer Friendly Legislation

It’s not shocking that large timeshare exit companies are now opposing legislation in states like Florida that would provide timeshare owners with protections including (but not all inclusive): Requiring written agreements prior to performing services Prohibiting exorbitant advance payments or requiring escrow of funds that serve as essentially an advance payment Prohibiting false and misleading.

August 2

Resorts Target Timeshare Exit Companies

It was just a matter of time. Major resorts like Diamond, Wyndham and Westgate are fighting back to put the timeshare exit industry out of business. These exit companies charge thousands of dollars in upfront fees and claim to be able to relieve timeshare owners of their associated financial obligations by means of settlement. But.