Unfortunately, timeshare scams and refund and recovery frauds are becoming more complex. Scammers will often go to extreme measures of lying which can be very convincing. We must all remember that when money is at stake, the scammers will do and say anything to provide themselves with a genuine image to earn your trust. Timeshare scams and recovery scams are the perfect grounds for scammers, which is a topic everyone should beware of.
Contrary to popular opinion, the services offered by most timeshare companies around the world are legitimate and provide services that are highly efficient and affordable. The ideal timeshare company will be one that offers a great vacation experience while allowing you the opportunity to own the timeshare without taking on the usual responsibilities as the owner. However, that does not mean all timeshare companies are reputable. You still should be cautious about where you purchase your timeshare. So, consider the following possibilities that could occur if the timeshare company is not as reputable as they advertise. The following are 10 signs of a timeshare scam.
In present-day society, many people are jumping on the legal bandwagon and are willing to sue just about everyone: people, companies, and even governments. So it shouldn’t be a surprise that there is an increase in the companies offering to represent clients in suits against timeshare organizations like Disney and the Villa Group Timeshare. However, what they fail to let us know is that the only one who mostly benefits from this arrangement is the legal team and not us.
The summer period, with its lovely warm weather and with everyone wanting to have a great time, seems to be a popular time for scammers to be on the prowl for victims. You may be travelling in an unknown location which can leave you open to getting involved in a scam of some sort. You need to be aware of the scams; some of the popular ones are set out below.
While still relatively uncommon, Villa del Palmar resale scams are sadly becoming a real danger to happy members who are targeted by fraudsters. In steady response to this potential danger and threat to the enjoy of its members, the Villagroup, Universal Vacation Club and ARDA (the American Resort Development Association) have been working with local and federal law institutions to try and put an end to resale scams once and for all (or at least make members aware of the dangers).