At Timeshare Compliance, we cancel timeshare contracts. We make it a policy of learning everything we can about state laws that govern timeshare contracts. Our knowledge of the law in each state is what sets us apart from our competitors. Expertise from our team would be of enormous value to anyone who wants to cancel a timeshare contract in Illinois.
The legislature in Illinois passed extensive laws that protect people who’ve been victimized by unscrupulous timeshare developers.
Illinois Laws to Cancel Timeshare Contracts
Those laws apply to every timeshare contract in Illinois. Our team at Timeshare Compliance knows how to use Illinois law to cancel timeshare contracts. Timeshare sellers frequently use deceptive practices. They entice people to attend sales presentations by offering supposedly “free gifts,” but then fail to disclose the reality.
For example, the “gifts” are really used to entice people into purchasing timeshare interests. Yet people who are pressured into attending those presentations never receive the full explanation of what they’re buying. Under Illinois law, this type of manipulative, unethical sales practice can be illegal.
- At Timeshare Compliance, our team of attorneys can cancel timeshare contracts when we show how our clients signed the contract for the following reasons:
- We cancel timeshare contracts when sellers misrepresented facts to victimize our clients.
- We cancel timeshare contracts when we show that the seller deceived our clients about the value of the timeshare.
- We cancel timeshare contracts when we show that the seller made promises that he could not keep.
As a consumer protection group, our team at Timeshare Compliance is ready to assist those who want to cancel timeshare contracts. The first step is to call one of our specialists at 1-800-705-6856. We will gather the information we need in order to enforce your rights under Illinois law 765 ILCS 101/10-25(a). Our analysts will conduct a free assessment. If you agree, we will begin the process to cancel your timeshare contract in Illinois today.