I began working with Timeshare Compliance when a family member told me about challenges with a timeshare contract. From her, I learned that the presentation included a lot of hype about the benefits that would come from owning a timeshare. The representative described the timeshare as a great investment. Besides the benefits, the sales presentation spread misinformation about urgency—about the need to act immediately to lock in the deal.
Unfortunately, after my family member signed the deal, it became clear that the so-called benefits vanished like an early-morning mist. Turns out the timeshare wasn’t such a good deal at all. Research showed that they could purchase timeshare contracts for a penny on the Internet.
When my family member tried to work with the developer, the developer continued to disseminate misinformation—just as in the sales presentation. The developer told my family that they signed a contract and the developer would hold my family to the terms of the contract. Since my family members had a high credit score, they were inclined to simply accept the loss. They intended to continue paying on the timeshare even though the developer had misrepresented what they were buying during the sale presentation.
After listening to leading consumer advocates like Dave Ramsey, I realized that my family could take action. In fact, in an article he wrote, Dave Ramsey quoted MarketWatch, which indicated:
“Timeshares are generally marketed and sold to people who really can’t afford them.”
Glenn Beck also spoke about the ridiculousness of timeshares. After listening to leading consumer advocates like Dave Ramsey and Glenn Beck speak about the absurdity of timeshares, I began to research options. I learned that my family members could cancel the timeshare contract. It wasn’t easy, as they would need to battle a multi-billion dollar timeshare developer.
My research led me to learn more about companies that help people cancel timeshare contracts. There were only two companies that I found worthy of endorsing: Timeshare Compliance and Resort Advisory Group.
Leadership behind those organizations impressed me so much that I pledged to use my reputation to bring their service to the attention of more people who had been lured by unethical and manipulative sales presentations into signing timeshare contracts. I liked that those organizations had a system where they worked with reputable law firms. And I liked that the law firms would sign engagement letters with each client. Mostly, I liked that they offered free consultations. I read their service agreements and I reviewed favorable results that those teams got for clients.
If you’ve been trapped in a timeshare agreement because of unethical sales practices or misrepresentations, contact Timeshare Compliance. You’ll find that they give away more information than they sell. I trust them, and I endorse them without reservation. In fact, I write for them every day.
Contact Timeshare Compliance at 1-800-705-6856.