Timeshare Advocacy

In an article written by Randy Hutchinson, president and CEO of Better Business Bureau of the Mid-South, he provides insight and tips on how to protect yourself from potential fraud in a timeshare deal.  According to the article a 2020 study conducted by ARDA found...

Terminating a timeshare agreement can be a complex and costly endeavor. Despite efforts to cancel, owners often find themselves facing steep fees in order to exit the contract. In reality, timeshares rarely deliver the anticipated benefits of affordable and enjoyable vacations. Many individuals come to...

Have you ever heard about Wyndham scams? Perhaps you are a Wyndham owner currently entangled in one? If not, consider yourself fortunate. Wyndham Vacation Resorts, also known as Club Wyndham or WorldMark, is a well-known and influential player in the timeshare industry. However, this Orlando-based...

1. Being Persuaded Into an Unaffordable Purchase Similar to visiting a car dealership, timeshare sales representatives will present their most costly offer upfront and then exert pressure for a sale. Before making a decision, it is advisable to request and review the fine print, comparing it...

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