Consumer Protection

Be Cautious with Third Party Timeshare Resales

ARDA has worked with state and local regulators to establish consumer protection laws for purchasing timeshares from timeshare companies. Unfortunately, these safeguards don't always apply to non-timeshare company or third parties. When considering a timeshare sale or purchase, work with a timeshare company that is governed by these consumer protection laws. Visit ARDA's web site for more information about timeshare consumer protection.

Don't be a victim of any unsolicited calls by timeshare exit companies offering to sell your timeshare and take upfront fees. Beware of any company calling you and promising to modify or cancel your contract with your timeshare company. Be skeptical of any company offering to transfer you paid off ownership to another party. If an offer sounds too good to be true, it likely is.

If you've been a victim of a scam call:

Timeshare Consumer Protection