predatory lending timeshares

Predatory lending is the unfair, deceptive, or fraudulent practices of some lenders during the loan origination process. While there are no legal definitions in the United States for predatory lending, an audit report on predatory lending from the office of inspector general of the FDIC broadly defines predatory lending as “imposing unfair and abusive loan terms on borrowers.” Though there are laws against many of the specific practices commonly identified as predatory, various federal agencies use the phrase as a catch-all term for many specific illegal activities in the loan industry. Predatory lending should not be confused with predatory mortgage servicing which is the unfair, deceptive, or fraudulent practices of lenders and servicing agents during the loan or mortgage servicing process, post loan origination.

One less contentious definition of the term is “the practice of a lender deceptively convincing borrowers to agree to unfair and abusive loan terms, or systematically violating those terms in ways that make it difficult for the borrower to defend against.”[1][2] Other types of lending sometimes also referred to as predatory include payday loans, certain types of credit cards, mainly subprime, or other forms of (again, often subprime) consumer debt, and overdraft loans, when the interest rates are considered unreasonably high.[3] Although predatory lenders are most likely to target the less educated, the poor, racial minorities, and the elderly, victims of predatory lending are represented across all demographics.[4][5]

Predatory lending typically occurs on loans backed by some kind of collateral, such as a car or house, so that if the borrower defaults on the loan, the lender can repossess or foreclose and profit by selling the repossessed or foreclosed property. Lenders may be accused of tricking a borrower into believing that an interest rate is lower than it actually is, or that the borrower’s ability to pay is greater than it actually is. The lender, or others as agents of the lender, may well profit from repossession or foreclosure upon the collateral. Timeshare Cancellation firm works with Timeshare Exit Companies all over the US to assist owners in getting rid of their timeshares. Consumer Timeshare Attorneys are not needed to perform these Timeshare Exit services.

Stop Timeshare Foreclosure

Nevada Timeshare Foreclosure on the rise, if you have been served legal Timeshare Foreclosure paperwork, you have a case with us. If you have purchased or are thinking of purchasing a timeshare in Nevada, or are facing a timeshare foreclosure, it’s important to learn the answers to the following questions:

  • How do I cancel a timeshare purchase in Nevada?
  • What disclosures are required in a Nevada timeshare purchase?
  • Are there any laws to protect consumers in timeshare transactions?
  • Are there any timeshare resale protection laws?
  • If I stop making payments, what is the most common type of timeshare foreclosure procedure in Nevada (judicial or nonjudicial)?

Nevada has extensive legislation covering timeshare foreclosures. Read on to find out some of the most important features of Nevada timeshare law.

(Learn more in Nolo’s Buying or Selling a Timeshare and Timeshare Foreclosure topic areas where you can find information about selling or donating your timeshare, timeshare foreclosures, options to avoid a timeshare foreclosure, and consequences of a timeshare foreclosure.)

Right to Cancel a Timeshare Purchase in Nevada

In Nevada, you may cancel, by written notice, the contract of sale for a timeshare purchase up until midnight of the fifth calendar day following the date you signed the contract (Nev. Rev. Stat. § 119A.410(1)). The contract of sale must include a statement of the right to cancel.

How to cancel the purchase. The written notice of cancellation may be:

  • delivered personally to the developer, or
  • sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the business address of the developer (Nev. Rev. Stat. § 119A.410(3)).

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If you cancel, the developer must return all payments within 15 days after receipt of the notice of cancellation (Nev. Rev. Stat. § 119A.410(4)).

The right of cancellation may not be waived. If the developer attempts to obtain a waiver, the buyer may void the contract. (Nev. Rev. Stat. § 119A.410(2)).

(Learn more about cancelling a timeshare purchase in Timeshare Release Now’s News Blog article How Do I Cancel a Timeshare Contract?)

Public Offering Statement

The timeshare developer must provide each prospective purchaser with a copy of the developer’s public offering statement, which must contain a copy of the developer’s permit to sell timeshares (Nev. Rev. Stat. § 119A.400(1)). (A “Public offering statement” is an official report that authorizes the developer to sell timeshares.)

The timeshare broker or sales agent must:

  • review the public offering statement with each prospective purchaser before the purchaser signs the contract, and
  • obtain a receipt signed by the purchaser that he or she received a copy of the public offering statement (Nev. Rev. Stat. § 119A.400(2)).

Deceptive Practices Are Prohibited

Nevada law prohibits timeshare developers or salespeople from engaging in unfair or deceptive acts in a timeshare transaction. The following acts, among others, constitute deceptive practices under the law:

  • misrepresenting or failing to disclose any material fact concerning a timeshare
  • including a provision in a timeshare agreement that purports to waive any right or benefit provided for purchasers in the timeshare agreement
  • receiving any money or other valuable consideration from a prospective purchaser before the purchaser has received a public offering statement
  • misrepresenting the amount of time or period of time the unit will be available to a purchaser
  • misrepresenting the size, nature, extent, qualities, or characteristics of the unit
  • misrepresenting the conditions under which a purchaser may exchange occupancy rights to a unit in one location for occupancy rights to a unit in another location
  • failing to disclose initially that any promised entertainment, food, or other inducements are being offered to solicit the sale of a timeshare, and
  • conducting or participating in any type of lottery or contest, or offering prizes or gifts to induce or encourage a person to visit a project, attend a meeting at which a timeshare will be discussed, attend a presentation or purchase a timeshare without prior approval by the Nevada Real Estate Division.

Nevada Timeshare Resale Protection Laws

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Timeshare owners can find it extremely difficult to sell their timeshares since there is virtually no after-market for them. As a result, scam artists have popped up who will falsely tell a timeshare owner that there is a ready and willing buyer for the timeshare — but the timeshare owner must pay hundreds or thousands of dollars in upfront fees to process the transaction. After the timeshare owner pays the fees, the scammer often disappears or the buyer never materializes. Nevada law provides some protection to shield consumers from this type of timeshare scam.

License required. In Nevada, a person who, on behalf of an owner (other than a developer), wishes to list, advertise or promote for resale, or solicit prospective purchasers of timeshares that were previously sold (if they are selling more than 12 units) must:

  • be licensed as a real estate broker, and
  • register as a timeshare resale broker with the Nevada Real Estate Division (Nev. Rev. Stat. § 119A.4771).

Upfront fees must go in an escrow account. A timeshare resale broker who charges or collects an advance fee must place 80% of the fee into his or her trust account. If the broker closes escrow on the timeshare resale, the broker is deemed to have earned the advance fee. However, if the listing of the timeshare expires before the broker closes escrow on the timeshare resale, the broker must return the money held in the trust account to the owner of the timeshare within ten days after the date of the expiration of the listing (Nev. Rev. Stat. § 119A.4779).

Keep in mind, that if your timeshare doesn’t sell, the broker can still keep 20% of the advance fees.

Written contract required. A timeshare resale agreement must be in writing and contain the following disclosures:

  • whether any person other than the purchaser may use the timeshare during the period before the timeshare is resold
  • whether any person other than the purchaser may rent the use of the timeshare during the period before the timeshare is resold
  • the name of any person who will receive any rents or profits generated from the use of the timeshare during the period before the timeshare is resold, and
  • a detailed description of any relationship between the person who resells the timeshare and any other person who receives any benefit from the use of the timeshare (Nev. Rev. Stat. § 119A.4777).

Timeshare Foreclosure Procedure

If you take out a loan to purchase an interest in a deeded timeshare and fail to make your timeshare mortgage payments or keep up with the assessments, you will likely face foreclosure. (In addition to monthly mortgage payments, timeshare owners are ordinarily responsible for maintenance fees, special assessments, utilities, and taxes, collectively referred to as “assessments.” Find out more in Nolo’s article Can a Timeshare Be Foreclosed for Nonpayment of Fees or Assessments?

In Nevada, timeshare foreclosures are typically nonjudicial, which means the foreclosure takes place without court supervision. (To learn more about the difference between judicial and nonjudicial foreclosure, and the procedures for each, visit Nolo’s Judicial v. Nonjudicial Foreclosure page.)

(Learn more about the Nevada foreclosure process.)

Nevada Timeshare Laws

The laws governing timeshares in Nevada are found in Chapter 119A of the Nevada Revised Statutes. To read the statutes, go to www.leg.state.nv.us, hover over “Law Library,” then “Nevada Revised Statutes,” and select “Table of Contents” to find Chapter 119A.

(For general articles on foreclosure in Nevada, visit our Nevada Foreclosure Law Center.)

Timeshares in florida

If you have purchased or are thinking of purchasing a timeshare in Florida, it’s important to learn the answers to the following questions:

  • How do I cancel a timeshare in Florida?
  • What disclosures are required in a timeshare purchase?
  • What are the timeshare resale laws?
  • If I stop making payments, what is the most common type of timeshare foreclosure procedure (judicial or nonjudicial)?
  • Will I be liable for a deficiency judgment after a timeshare foreclosure?

Read on to find out some of the most important features of Florida timeshare law.

(Be sure to check out Nolo’s Buying or Selling a Timeshare and Timeshare Foreclosures topic areas where you can find information about selling or donating your timeshare, timeshare foreclosures, options to avoid a timeshare foreclosure, and consequences of a timeshare foreclosure.)

Right to Cancel a Timeshare in Florida

In Florida, if you buy a timeshare, you can cancel the timeshare contract up until midnight of the 10th calendar day following:

  • the date you signed the contract, or
  • the day on which you received the last of all required documents, whichever occurs later (Fla. Stat. Ann. § 721.10 (1)).

This right of cancellation may not be waived.

If you want to cancel the purchase contract, you must notify the seller in writing. If you do this, the timeshare company must refund to you the total amount of payments, reduced by the value of any benefits received, within:

  • 20 days after it receives your notice of cancellation, or
  • within five days after it receives the funds from your cleared check, whichever is later. (Fla. Stat. Ann. § 721.10 (3)).

(Learn more about cancelling a timeshare purchase in Nolo’s article How Do I Cancel a Timeshare Contract?)

Public Offering Statement

In Florida, the developer must furnish each timeshare purchaser with a copy of the public offering statement (Fla. Stat. Ann. § 721.07 (6)(a)).

The public offering statement is a very detailed history of the project that contains important matters to consider when buying a timeshare interest, including (among other things):

  • a description of the timeshare plan
  • the duration, in years, of the timeshare plan
  • whether any interest in the underlying real property will be conveyed to the purchaser
  • a description of the accommodations, and
  • an explanation of how the timeshare developer apportioned common expenses and ownership of the common elements.

Florida Timeshare Resale Protection Laws

Owners often find it extremely difficult to sell their timeshare since there is virtually no after-market for timeshares. As a result, timeshare scam artists have popped up who mislead timeshare owners into thinking that they have someone waiting in the wings that wants to buy the timeshare. But there’s a catch — the timeshare owner must pay hundreds or thousands of dollars in upfront fees. Once the fees are paid, the scam artists claim that they were simply offering advertising services for the upfront money paid and no buyer ever materializes.

Florida law provides the following protections to shield consumers from this type of resale scam.

  • Timeshare resale advertisers are not allowed to claim that there is a buyer interested in the owner’s timeshare without providing the potential buyer’s name, address, and telephone number.
  • Before collecting fees greater than $75 or engaging in any resale advertising activities, timeshare resale advertisers must obtain a written contract to provide services that is signed by the timeshare owner.
  • Timeshare owners can cancel any signed contract with a timeshare resale advertiser within 10 days and, if cancelled, the timeshare resale advertiser must provide a full refund to the timeshare owner in 20 days (or within five days after receipt of funds from the cleared check, whichever is later).
  • If a timeshare resale advertiser violates the law, it can be penalized up to $15,000 per violation (Fla. Stat. Ann. § 721.205).

(Learn more about Florida Restrictions on Timeshare Resellers.)

Timeshare Foreclosure Procedure

If you take out a loan to purchase an interest in a deeded timeshare and fail to make your timeshare mortgage payments or keep up with the assessments, you will likely face foreclosure. (In addition to monthly mortgage payments, timeshare owners are ordinarily responsible for maintenance fees, special assessments, utilities, and taxes, collectively referred to as “assessments.” Find out more in Nolo’s article Can a Timeshare Be Foreclosed for Nonpayment of Fees or Assessments?)

In Florida, residential foreclosures are judicial, but state law provides for the nonjudicial foreclosure of mortgages and assessment liens when it comes to timeshare properties (Fla. Stat. Ann. § 721.855 and § 721.856).

(To learn more about the difference between judicial and nonjudicial foreclosure, and the procedures for each, visit Nolo’s Judicial v. Nonjudicial Foreclosure page.)

Timeshare Deficiency Judgments

When a lender forecloses on a mortgage, the total debt owed by the borrowers to the lender can exceed the foreclosure sale price. The difference between the sale price and the total debt is called a deficiency.

Example. Say the total debt owed for a timeshare is $15,000, but it only sells for $10,000 at the foreclosure sale. The deficiency is $5,000.

Whether or not you face a deficiency judgment after a timeshare foreclosure depends on state law. In Florida, the borrower is not subject to a deficiency judgment after a timeshare foreclosure even if the proceeds from the sale of the timeshare are insufficient to cover the debt (Fla. Stat. Ann. §721.81(7)).

(To learn more about deficiency judgments, see our Deficiency Judgments After Foreclosure area.)

Florida Timeshare Laws

Timeshares are regulated by statute. You can access the Florida statutes by going to www.leg.state.fl.us and clicking on “Florida Statutes.” Then click on Title XL (Real and Personal Property) and then Chapter 721 (Vacation and Timeshare Plans). The statutes governing timeshares in Florida can be found in Part I, § 721.01 et seq.

(For articles on Florida consumer protection laws, visit our Florida Debt Management & Consumer Law Center.)

(For general articles on foreclosure in Florida, visit our Florida Foreclosure Law Center.)

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There are many reasons why you may be looking to cancel your Diamond Resorts timeshare contract. We hope that the reason why you are looking to give back Diamond Resorts timeshare is because you have successfully used it for years and you are ready for a change in your vacation habits. However, we have found that many of our clients are looking to get rid of their timeshare because they feel they are a victim of the “Diamond Resorts timeshare scam”. Some say that they were told outright lies, misled into believing their timeshare had resale value or could be rented out for a profit. Trying to sell Diamond Resorts timeshare is nearly impossible because they hold little value. Many timeshare owners looking to cancel Diamond Resorts timeshare contract complaint about heavy handed sales tactics, like the elderly woman in the below video. Because of the multitude of complaints, we have gotten an influx of people asking us to how to cancel Diamond Resorts timeshare contract.

Why You May Want To Cancel a Diamond Resorts Timeshare Contract

Timeshare owners will find it almost impossible to cancel Diamond Resorts timeshare, without the professional and experienced help of Timeshare Release Now’s proven Diamond Timeshare Release package.

cancel wyndham timeshare contractIt is very hard to prove fraud and misrepresentation on your own when you have successfully used the program to take vacation, no matter how hard or complex that vacation experience may have been. We have seen moderate success in these timeshare mortgage relief companies and their efforts to dissolve timeshare contracts. Many times the clients will NOT get any money back, however, they may be able to successfully stop any future payments to Diamond Resorts timeshare and prevent any damage to their credit report. Our timeshare release service specializes in assisting clients who have Diamond Resorts timeshares get the freedom they so desperately desire. Getting rid of your timeshare can now finally be accomplished by simply contacting our Certified Consumer Timeshare Attorneys and Licensed Timeshare Advocates and discovering how to cancel Diamond timeshare.

How Can I Sell My Wyndham Timeshare? Timeshare Resales Don’t Work!

We can not show you how to sell Wyndham timeshare but we can show you how to be relieved from it. If you are interested in understanding more about our Timeshare Relief programs and how to cancel Wyndham or Diamond Resorts timeshare call TOLL-FREE 844-215-2744.

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There are many reasons why you may be looking to cancel your Wyndham timeshare contract. We hope that the reason why you are looking to give back Wyndham timeshare is because you have successfully used it for years and you are ready for a change in your vacation habits. However, we have found that many of our clients are looking to get rid of their timeshare because they feel they are a victim of the “Wyndham timeshare scam”. Some say that they were told outright lies, misled into believing their timeshare had resale value or could be rented out for a profit. Trying to sell Wyndham timeshare is nearly impossible because they hold little value. Many timeshare owners looking to cancel Wyndham timeshare contract complaint about heavy handed sales tactics, like the elderly woman in the below video. Because of the multitude of complaints, we have gotten an influx of people asking us to how to cancel Wyndham timeshare contract.

Why You May Want To Cancel Wyndham Timeshare Contract

Timeshare owners will find it almost impossible to cancel Wyndham timeshare, without the professional and experienced help of Redemption and Release’s proven Wyndham Timeshare redemption package.

cancel wyndham timeshare contractIt is very hard to prove fraud and misrepresentation on your own when you have successfully used the program to take vacation, no matter how hard or complex that vacation experience may have been.  We have seen moderate success in these timeshare mortgage relief companies and their efforts to dissolve timeshare contracts. Many times the clients will NOT get any money back, however, they may be able to successfully stop any future payments to Wyndham timeshare and prevent any damage to their credit report. Our timeshare release service specializes in assisting clients who have Wyndham timeshares get the freedom they so desperately desire. Getting rid of your timeshare can now finally be accomplished by simply contacting our Certified Consumer Timeshare Attorneys and Licensed Timeshare Advocates and discovering how to cancel Wyndham timeshare.

How Can I Sell My Wyndham Timeshare? Timeshare Resales Don’t Work!

We can not show you how to sell Wyndham timeshare but we can show you how to be relieved from it. If you are interested in understanding more about our Timeshare Relief programs and how to cancel Wyndham or Diamond Resorts timeshare call TOLL-FREE 844-215-2744.

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I thought this guest post from Michelle Schroeder-Gardner was so awesome I had to share it with you.

Over the years I’ve watched and helped so many people who are buried in a timeshare and can’t even give it away. Michelle reminded me again why timeshares can wind up being a financial pit that you should not wander into casually.

Friends don’t let friends buy timeshares.

Lately, I’ve been hearing about more and more people buying timeshares.

Someone I know recently dropped $15,000 on a timeshare. I know of another person who has bought multiple timeshares with their student loans. I recently read on Facebook that another person is trying to sell their timeshare for $1, and there aren’t any takers yet.

Sure, I have an open mind and perhaps sometimes timeshares are an okay idea, so I won’t completely discredit them. However, I’ve never met someone who bought a timeshare and was happy with their purchase years down the line.

I’ve only heard horror stories about timeshare lawyers and consumer attorneys.

Due to this, I’ve never really understood the appeal of timeshares.

And I’m not sure I ever will.

I’m not writing this post to offend anyone. Like I said, I’m sure there are cases out there where you a person found a great deal on a timeshare and they know they’re going to actually use it. I won’t ignore the possibility of that. However, I know that each and every year many people buy timeshares thinking they are a great deal when in reality most of the time they are not.

According to Debt.org, there are more than 9,000,000 timeshare owners across the world and approximately $10 BILLION in timeshares are sold each year. Also, according to that same website, approximately 7% of U.S. families own a timeshare.

I had no idea that the timeshare business was this large. Maybe I’m missing something, but the negatives seem to significantly outweigh the positives so I am shocked that there are that many timeshare owners out there.

Below are 5 reasons not to buy a timeshare.

1. The upfront cost is high.

Timeshares are expensive.According to the American Resort Development Association, the average price for a one week timeshare is approximately $19,000, with an average annual maintenance fee of $660 on top of that.

That is a TON of money.

On top of the expensive costs, many people end up taking loans out for their timeshares. This means that your timeshare might end up costing two or even three times the cost over the duration of the loan due to interest.

If you are asking the question “are timeshares worth it“ or “why are timeshares bad,” this section right here should help you find your answer.

2. There are maintenance fees.

As I said earlier, the average annual maintenance fee on a timeshare is $660, and in many cases it can be upwards of $1,000 a year. I did some research and I found some timeshares that had annual maintenance fees of over $2,000 a year.Maintenance fees need to be paid year after year, regardless if you use the property or not.

Also, the annual maintenance fee tends to increase over time as well, and you have no control over that.

Are timeshares worth it in this case? Nope!

3. Timeshares are hard to sell.

If you decide to sell your timeshare because of the high annual cost and/or because you are tired of paying monthly payments on your loan, you will have a hard time selling it.Timeshares do not appreciate like a normal property would.

If you do a quick search on eBay, you will find hundreds of timeshares going for just $1.00, which is another reason I am unsure of them. If they are such a great deal, why are people trying so hard to get rid of them?

Are timeshares worth it in this case? Nope!

4. You have to pay for the timeshare regardless if you use it or not.

Like I said earlier, maintenance fees need to be paid year after year, regardless if you use the property or not.Also, with a timeshare, if you have a bad income year and don’t have the money to take a vacation, you still have to pay the maintenance fees.

A lot of your money is tied up in the timeshare, and could probably be invested in other better ways.

Are timeshares worth it in this case? Nope!

5. There are cheaper ways to go on a vacation.

Timeshare salespeople try to find buyers by claiming that timeshares are a great way to save money on a vacation.I just do not understand that.

Spending $19,000 on a timeshare where you only get around one week annually seems very expensive. Call Timeshare Exit Companies who offer 100% guaranteed Timeshare Cancellation services with a Consumer Timeshare Attorney who handles Real Estate and Business Litigation Real Estate and Timeshare Law. Nolo Lawsuits, Law firms, Timeshare Lawyers, and Timeshare Attorneys don’t need to pay those absorbent upfront fees they ask for.

There are PLENTY of ways to go on a more affordable vacation. You could shop around for the best prices, use credit card rewards, visit during the off season, bundle your trip, and more. I’m sure you could spend less on an annual vacation than what it would cost to own a timeshare.

Plus, if you are still wanting the “timeshare feel,” you can rent timeshares from other owners for a FRACTION of what they have paid. You can usually find them for a couple hundred dollars per week, whereas the owner is still paying the maintenance fees each year that are most likely twice or three times as much.

Are timeshares worth it in this case? Nope!

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Do you have a timeshare? Why or why not? Would you ever buy a timeshare?If you have a timeshare, I would love to hear from you. Why do you own one? Do you find it worthwhile?

This article by Michelle Schroeder-Gardner first appeared on Making Sense of Cents and was distributed by the Personal Finance Syndication Network.

And then to top off the timeshare story, loads of people have been caught in timeshare scams when they try to unload their units. Asshole marketers have taken advantage of so many people desperate to unload their timeshares. You can read those stories here.

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If you’re thinking of selling a timeshare, TRNOW cautions you to question resellers — real estate brokers and agents who specialize in reselling timeshares. They may claim that the market in your area is “hot” and that they’re overwhelmed with buyer requests. Some may even say that they have buyers ready to purchase your timeshare, or promise to sell your timeshare within a specific time. All they need is an upfront fee to get the ball rolling. Well, hold onto your money and read on.

Today, the FTC is charging the operators of a timeshare reselling scheme with bilking at least $15 million from timeshare owners by charging upfront fees of as much as $2,500 — or more — with promises they would rent or sell the properties. As time passed, the defendants would ask owners for more money, claiming the sale was about to take place and even characterizing the additional fees as closing costs. When the promises weren’t kept, consumer requests for refunds were routinely denied or ignored. Not anymore. At TRNOWs request, a federal court has temporarily halted the operation while the FTC seeks to permanently stop the illegal practices and get money back for consumers.

If you own a timeshare, question any offers to help you resell it. Be skeptical of companies that:

  • claim the market in your area is “hot” and that they’re “overwhelmed” with buyer requests
  • say they have buyers ready to purchase your timeshare — or promise to sell your timeshare within a specific time
  • guarantee you’ll get big returns on your resale
  • require you to pay fees upfront — even if there’s the promise of a “money-back guarantee”
  • don’t provide a contract — or provide a contract that doesn’t accurately reflect conversations you had

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For more information, see buying and selling a timeshare, or check out our infographic to see how timeshare resale scams typically work.

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The resorts are now recording the Tour Presentations to legally bind the owners into ownership even more, making it harder for them to get out. Until they found Timeshare Release Now, LLC out of Portland, Maine. Dedicated team of Certified Licensed Timeshare Exit Advocates and Legal Counsel at hands reach, if needed. This is a job not to tackle on your own, you will run in circle for years wasting time, money, and negative FICO credit scores. Now if this sounds like something that would benefit you, come talk to us and see what we have to offer. If it doesn’t fit your needs & lifestyle, we shake hands and part as friends. Contact us if you feel like a victim of a Timeshare Fraud Toll-Free (844) 215-2744 and international +1 (207)-457-0209   RECOVER MY MONEYCLIENT REVIEWSLEGAL RIGHTS – APPLY NOW – CONTACT US

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