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Our Experts can help you decide if Timeshare Cancellation is a viable option for you. We offer a Free Consultation for Timeshare owners to help educate our clients on all of their options. We have a SOLUTION for all timeshare owners. In some cases clients may have been lied to or misrepresented on their timeshare. See List Below
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Timeshare Cancellation or liquidation of your timeshare. We have a 100% money back guarantee we will either get you out of your timeshare contract or give you your money back. Our #1 priority is to serve our client and our clients best interest. If you are a victim of fraud or misrepresentation we want to help you! Please read below.
There are many great sales representatives who do the right thing but it is also well known that many sales people will say anything to make a sale or simply pressure their customer until there is no other choice but to buy today. These misrepresentations and lies are considered to be FRAUD and you have legal rights and legal recourse to get out of your timeshare contract and even your mortgage.
Below you will some of the top lies told to timeshare owners when they are being pressured at the resort. If any of these pertain to you then you do qualify as a victim of fraud and you should act immediately. Very important to act quickly! There are some other situations also not listed we can go over with you as every circumstance can be different.
1. Investment Being told that the timeshare purchase will increase in value, sell at a greater price, or due to location it is worth more than other locations. Being told any type of real estate investment.
2. Rental / Resale Any mention or promise that the owner will be able to sell their timeshare for a profit, that the timeshare company will buy it back, or being able to rent their unit, points, or weeks to cover the cost of maintenance fees, mortgage, and any other costs.
3. Maintenance Fees Any mention that they never go up or that they can be offset by renting. Owners must be given the opportunity to understand what maintenance fees are and that they do go up with time.
4. False Sense of Urgency Any means possible to get owners to think that they must buy today, or they will not get the same deal, or they will never be able to tour again.
5. Tour Length Timeshare tours are to last 90 minutes. When the tour length gets over 3 hours and you feel trapped until you say yes, undue coercion may be an issue.
6. Cancellation All owners must be afforded the right to fully understand their right to cancel. This rescission period must be shown, explained, and signed by all owners.
7. Exchanges Owners must be given the opportunity to understand what an exchange is, how it works, and the fees associated with exchanges.
8. False Meetings Any meeting other than a prescribed sales presentation is against timeshare regulations. Dinner parties, party weekends, owner’s updates, or any other name for a reason to get the owners to meet for a sales presentation.
9. Tax Incentives Any mention of a timeshare or the trip being a tax break or incentive or write off.
10. Closing All documents that require a signature or an initial must have been fully explained by the closing agent or it’s a violation of timeshare regulations. Many times this process will be rushed or hurried to get the owners out the door without asking questions.
If any of these sound like your experience we want to help you today!
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Time is of the Essence!!!
No matter where you are in the process, whether you are purchasing or have owned for years, your odds of successfully cancelling a timeshare decrease the longer you wait to act. There are magic dates to be aware of, that vary from resort to resort, that are critical to the ownership and cancellation process. Having an experienced professional understand the issues that vary from each point of the timeline are critical. Issues available for successful rescission in earlier stages may not be available or ripe to use in later stages, issues that are successful in earlier stages may not be available avenues at the early stages. Identifying the relevant matters at each point of the process is the key to successful cancellation of a timeshare contract. Some of those time frames are below:
1. Rescission Period: The time that is known as the “Rescission Period” is the time frame, usually 5-10 days, immediately following your date of purchase. Exercising a cancellation during this period is as easy as following instructions and a quick trip to the post office. However many owners are not aware of the factual scenarios that actually extend or “stay” a rescission period. The Timeshare Closing Group has experience in this area to help identify critical facts that may reopen the easiest and most efficient method of cancelling a timeshare.
2. Closing Date or Recording Date: This is the period of time that begins once the rescission period has expired and last up to the date that the property is properly recorded at the courthouse for the county in which the resort property is located. This is a critical period as well because taking action within this time frame offers the purchaser a significant advantage.
3. Fulfillment Dead Period: This is the period of time that extends from the date of sale until the purchase has an opportunity to utilize the property. It is a critical period because within this time frame the purchaser is paying for a timeshare, but is unlikely to use it for 12-18 months, and in some cases 2-4 years. The resort developer has obligations to the purchaser in this time frame that extend beyond use of the property. Fulfilling those obligations is often neglected or overlooked by the resort developer and these issues routinely lead to cancellation and refund outside the rescission period.
4. First Year Usage Period: This is the period of time that is the first visit to the resort as a timeshare owner. Since it occurs so much later than the purchase date, it is the most overlooked means of cancelling a timeshare. Often an upset owner that may have been subject to “Bait and Switch” tactics discovers key evidence on this vacation. However the problem is often to the resort’s advantage as the customer often complains to the sales staff at the Sales Center, often resulting in an additional sale or upgrade transaction with the very person that misled or misrepresented the property over a year ago. Don’t throw good money after bad.
5. Legacy Period: This is the period of ownership that extends years beyond and many trips after the owner has purchased. It is rare that the customer would discover a sales presentation issue that would give rise to cancellation, rescission, or refund at this time. But, it is often possible to engage in a strategy to divest yourself of the yearly maintenance fee obligation and deed the timeshare in a manner that removes the future obligation.