How to Spot and Avoid Timeshare Scams – a free lesson from Timeshare Users Group
November 08, 2020 at 18:00 PM EST
So many scammers out there target Timeshare owners specifically, but every one of them shares a single common red flag that is easy to avoid! A large upfront fee!
(PRUnderground) November 8th, 2020
These scams all exhibit the same exact two traits. First they tell you everything you want to hear! From “we have a buyer lined up” or “we can get you out of your timeshare guaranteed”…these phrases are specifically designed as bait for Timeshare owners who would be more than happy to pay ANYTHING if only these promises were true!
The simple fact is that the biggest red flag there is from a company promising you they can buy/sell/rent/cancel your Timeshare, is asking you to pay a large fee in advance of services rendered, even from those offering a guarantee on services!
If you wish to learn more details about the most common scams encountered by owners, we have compiled a list of them here, you will likely recognize many of them if you have been actively trying to sell or get rid of your Timeshare! Timeshare Scams & other Fairy Tales
For owners who truly want help getting rid of an unwanted Timeshare, here are some Free Solutions available to everyone! Options all Timeshare owners Have to get rid of a Timeshare
The Timeshare industry is built on extracting as much money as possible from owners, both as they purchase a Timeshare, and when they try to exit that Timeshare! You can avoid becoming a victim if you do the proper research before any money is paid!
About Timeshare Users Group
The Time Share Users Group (TUG) was the very first Timeshare website on the internet and has been Providing the truth about timeshares to owners for over 27 years!
Started in 1993 by a group of Timeshare Owners just like yourself, is a family run self-help organization providing an unbiased source of consumer oriented information and advice on Timeshares and the Timeshare concept. Here at TUG you get the truth about timeshares for FREE!
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