how to cancel timeshare

Do You Know how To Cancel Your Timeshare?

Each person who speaks with our team at Timeshare Release Now (www.TimeshareReleasenow.com) knows how easy it is to purchase Timeshares, but how easy is it to. Join us today to learn “How to Cancel a Timeshare in 6 weeks“. During our free consultation, we listen to their experiences with hopes of serving their desire to cancel the timeshare contract. The more we understand about their story, the more effective we can be at getting the result our clients expect.

Our strength is our knowledge of the timeshare industry. We know that each state has specific laws that govern the sale of timeshares. Those laws begin with the way that timeshare developers market their properties. Since developers intend to sell individual units in 50 incremental units of time, laws require them to publish prospectuses that make every aspect of timeshare ownership transparent. When developers fail to reveal each rule pertaining to timeshare sales, they may violate consumer protection laws.

Besides the developer, each representative of the developer has a responsibility to adhere to consumer protection laws.

  • The laws apply to people who market the timeshare.
  • The laws apply to people who sell the timeshare.
  • The laws apply to people who show the timeshare.

Consumers have a right to know what they’re buying when they’re buying. Anyone who uses manipulative, unethical, or high-pressure tactics to trick people into signing contracts crosses a line. When they cross that line, they victimize people. At Timeshare Release Now, our team specializes in providing assistance to those people.

If developers bribed you with a free gift to attend to timeshare sales presentation, then you have rights. If you left that sales presentation burdened with tens of thousands in debt, financed by the developer at extraordinarily high interest rates, then perhaps you should contact our team at Timeshare Release Now, LLC. We have specialists that may be able to assist your efforts of cancelling that timeshare contract. If we cannot assist you, we’ll know after the free consultation. But finding out won’t cost you a penny. On the other hand, if the developer failed to comply with all consumer protection laws, we will provide you with outstanding service and deliver the results you’re after—ending your obligation to the timeshare developer forever.

Call 1-844-215-2744 for your free consultation today.

“We will Stop Timeshare Fraud – One Consumer at a Time!!” – Dustin Michaels of TimeshareReleaseNOW.com

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Consumer

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Consumer

An individual who purchases and uses products and services in contradistinction to manufacturers who produce the goods or services and wholesalers or retailers who distribute and sell them. A member of the general category of persons who are protected by state and federal laws regulating price policies, financing practices, quality of goods and services, credit reporting, debt collection, and other trade practices of U.S. commerce. A purchaser of a product or service who has a legal right to enforce any implied or express warranties pertaining to the item against the manufacturer who has introduced the goods or services into the marketplace or the seller who has made them a term of the sale.

Timeshare Consumer

Someone who makes the act in buying into a Timeshare Contract, Deed, Membership or Agreement to own a piece of a Timeshare Fractional Deed with 51 other owners of that same unit. See Wikipedia for a Definition

West’s Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

Consumer

noun buyerbuyer of laborclientcoemptorcustomeremptorleaser, lesseeobtainerpatron,procurer, purchaserpurchaser of goodsshoppertransfereevendee
Associated concepts: consumer action, consumer creditconsumer fraudconsumers sales tax, ultimate consumer


See also: clientcustomerpatron

Burton’s Legal Thesaurus, 4E. Copyright © 2007 by William C. Burton. Used with permission of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

consumer

normally (but not always) a customer who buys for personal use and not business purposes and whois accordingly treated differently in the law. See CONSUMER CREDITCONSUMER CREDIT AGREEMENT, PREDATORY LENDINGUNFAIR CONTRACT TERMS.

Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006