Timeshare Complaints come from both sales practices and aftermarket theft. You can go to TCPAA.org to lodge your Whistle Blower complaint if an aftermarket bandit stole your money. This can help others who could also become victims. Here is why you complain… you lost your money on a timeshare aftermarket scam. You can complain, and you should (the FBI, the DOJ and the FTC are all great resources). And to be safe, you can identify and avoid the most obvious scams that say they can get you money for a resale [that never happenens]. Here is the dilemma:
Timeshare Sales – All types of Timeshares and Upfront Fees
This basic rule applies to you if you are looking to get out of a timeshare. For starters, most outfits that claim to know how to Sell a Timeshare, are really just good at making false promises in order to get your credit card number (the whole end-game). Listing your timeshare to make many thousands of dollars after the “sale” sounds really great…
But, it often doesn’t matter whether you have a Hawaii timeshare like Shell Vacations or a Mexican timeshare like Grupo Mayan, or an Orlando timeshare or a Las Vegas timeshare, or even a name brand timeshare like Marriott timeshares, Hyatt timeshares, Wyndham timeshares, Hilton timeshares, Diamond timeshares, or a vacation club timeshare, even smaller timeshares, like Pueblo Bonito in Mexico and Vacation Internationale from Washington (not to be confused with Vacation Resorts International, VRI, but it’s pretty much the same deal there), because when they ask you for the money upfront to list a timeshare for many thousands that is not selling on eBay for even one dollar — it’s a very huge RED FLAG!
In the end you may find it far more effective to hire a skilled Timeshare Divestment Negotiator, like a Timeshare Attorney with a sterling track record, who can deliver the Divestment Objective first, and after that collect his or her contingency fee.
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