When it comes to canceling a timeshare contract in California, the laws are quite specific. Our team at Timeshare Compliance understand those laws. That’s why we’re so effective at canceling timeshare contracts for residents of the Golden State.
If you’re a resident of California and you’ve been manipulated into a contract with a timeshare developer, then it’s imperative that you know your rights. Understand that you have an absolute right to cancel a timeshare in California—provided that you adhere to the specific procedures codified in the California Business and Professions Code, Statute 11238.
Those laws can protect timeshare owners. But as many of our clients have discovered, timeshare developers are notorious for violating statutes that protect consumers.
At Timeshare Compliance, we advocate for our clients who purchased timeshares in California. First, our specialists work closely to gather the appropriate information and documentation. Then, our analysts conduct a 100% free consultation with our clients. Clients may visit our expansive office at 26970 Aliso Viejo Pkwy, Suite 150, in Aliso Viejo. We occupy an entire floor to serve our national practice of canceling timeshare contracts for clients who’ve been victimized by timeshare developers.
If Aliso Viejo is too far, we walk our clients through the process over the telephone or through a webinar. In some cases, our analysts will travel to a client’s home to make sure everything is in order.
We understand how burdensome a timeshare contract can be to our clients. Those contracts bring relentless pressures, escalating fees for maintenance, and special assessments. If you want to cancel all obligations under an unethical timeshare contract, then our experts at Timeshare Compliance want to help you.
Contact us today at 1-800-705-6856. We will guide you through the pertinent statutes and codes. We force developers to comply with all California timeshare laws. By knowing those laws intimately, our experts at Timeshare Compliance succeed in canceling timeshare contracts. Contact us today so we can apply those laws to cancel your timeshare contract.