Our timeshare exit team reviews many timeshares and discusses various “tactics” used by the timeshare industry. We have found that more often than not, the timeshare industry uses various scams to hooks customers and convince them to buy a product that they do not need.
We have all gotten those phone calls. Usually a recording about how you have won a cruise or a fabulous vacation at a local resort. They are hard to resist. You may stay on the line to learn more, only to find out it is a company trying to sell you a timeshare.
At this point, you will usually be connected to a live person who probably has a lot of offers that are hard to refuse. That is the goal of the timeshare industry, to make you an offer that you can’t say no to. When our timeshare exit team reviews customer timeshare contracts, we find that there are many, many scams that the timeshare industry uses on their customers.
Here are a few of the more popular scams we encounter when we are trying to help our customers do a timeshare cancellation.
Free Vacations: By far the most popular scam in the timeshare industry is the free vacation offer. It starts out with a free two-night stay at a local resort with an additional more extravagant vacation like a cruise or three nights in Las Vegas. All you have to do for two free vacations is attend a short presentation, no strings attached.
Well, when our timeshare exit team reviews timeshare contracts, we find that these free vacations are the start of the timeshare industry getting their hooks into you. It is their way to bait you so that you end up buying a timeshare.
Extravagant Presentation: The second scam we run into with the timeshare industry is their presentation. Rarely is it short and simple. It usually lasts for several hours, and they pull out all the stops. Free food, drinks, and a no holds barred sales pitch are just the beginning. In some cases, we have even heard of timeshare companies offering free gourmet meals during their presentation, accompanied by wine and champagne.
Free Offers: During the presentation, the sales team will usually offer a free incentive for purchasing. When our timeshare exit team reviews timeshares with our customers we have heard of everything from a free set of golf clubs to entries to win cars and boats. We have even heard of a scam where every purchaser was promised a free boat. Once the timeshare was purchased, our disappointed customer learned that the free boat was actually a toy.
Timeshare Cancellation: The final and arguably biggest scam the timeshare industry pulls on customers is to convince them that it is impossible to cancel a timeshare. Remember that skilled salesperson they used for their presentation? Well, they also have a high-end legal team that is designed to keep you from doing a timeshare cancellation.
If you call wondering how to get out of a timeshare, you will find that they tell you it is impossible. The only way to get rid of your timeshare is to sell it unless you want to ruin your credit. Our timeshare exit team knows that this is simply not true, but many of our customers do not.
The easiest way to avoid these scams is never to buy a timeshare in the first place. However, many people fall victim to the timeshare industry’s predatory practices. If you find yourself the less-than-proud owner of a timeshare you don’t even want, know that you are not alone.
Also, know that there is a way out. Our timeshare exit team knows how to get rid of a timeshare and we can help you do a timeshare cancellation without ruining your reputation or credit. We can get you a resort authorized timeshare cancellation letter that is guaranteed to get your out of your timeshare.
We are so confident in our services that we offer a money back guarantee. That’s right, if we can’t cancel your timeshare, you don’t pay us. In an industry full of scams, we are the real deal. Call us today!
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