If you purchased a timeshare in Michigan, and you want to cancel your timeshare contract, then you should contact Timeshare Compliance today. Our team can help. Members of the Michigan legislature passed extensive laws to protect consumers against unscrupulous sales tactics of timeshare developers. They are governed under the “Condominium Act,” in Section 559 of the Michigan code.
The Attorney General for Michigan, Bill Schuette, published an open consumer alert letter that discusses the rules for canceling a contract in Michigan.
Consumer Protection Letter for Timeshare Cancellation
That letter holds that people who want to cancel timeshare contracts have a limited window to act. At Timeshare Compliance, our team can help. We have specialists who will work with you to gather the appropriate information we will need to begin the process of canceling your timeshare contract.
- We will need to know when you purchased your timeshare contract.
- We will need to know who developed the property and the details of your purchase.
The more we know about your experience in purchasing the timeshare, the more powerful we become as consumer advocates on your behalf.
After we gather the information we need about your timeshare purchase, one of our senior analysts will review the details of your case. Our analyst will schedule a call with you to go over options. You will not pay one penny for this analysis. If you’re in agreement after that 100% free analysis, we will launch an aggressive case against the timeshare developer to cancel your timeshare contract.
We work closely with our attorneys to launch the action that will lead to your timeshare cancellation. Timeshare developers are familiar with our work. Rather than risk further damage to their brand, they frequently choose to cancel timeshare contracts for our clients.