If you want to cancel your timeshare in South Carolina, then it’s best to review the laws that can protect you. At Timeshare Compliance, our team of consumer advocates guides people who’ve been victimized by unscrupulous timeshare developers. First, we like them to know the law.
In South Carolina, part of the reason that legislators passed Title 27 of the South Carolina Code of Laws was to protect people who’ve been abused by timeshare developers. Title 27, Chapter 32, exists specifically for “Vacation Time Sharing Plans.” Timeshare developers have violated the rights of so many people, that legislators passed laws to help people cancel their timeshare contracts.
Laws to Cancel Timeshare Contracts
Purchasers of timeshare contracts have the absolute right to cancel the timeshare contract anytime within the first five business days of signing. To cancel the timeshare contract within five business days, simply follow the law. If more than five days have passed since you signed the timeshare contract, then please call Timeshare Compliance at 1-800-705-6856. Our experts have a depth and breadth of experience in canceling timeshare contracts. As consumer advocates, we want to work closely with you and our attorneys to ensure that we restore justice by canceling your timeshare contract. In many cases, we not only cancel your timeshare contract, but we also force the timeshare developer to comply with laws that result in a refund.
To assist our clients who want to cancel timeshare contracts, we don’t only rely on the time statutes. We look at every action that occurred before they signed the timeshare contract and everything that took place after signing the contract. Our specialists will help you compile the necessary information and documentation. Then one of our senior analysts will schedule a free appointment with you to go over the strategy. If you approve, our attorneys will launch the formal initiative to cancel your timeshare contract.