Timeshare Exit Company Victim Speaks Out
July 30, 2019
Robert Allison characterizes his time spent addressing fraud-related issues with General Motors as a position requiring confrontation on a daily basis. That he would fall victim to fraud himself seems inconceivable. However he can now be counted among the exponentially growing list of timeshare owners who have been deceived by a Missouri-based company promising to help consumers exit their timeshare.
We have previously written about
the multitude of timeshare
plaguing Missouri and the Better Business Bureau
trying to expose them. The recent increase of such scams has
shown how important it is for victims to speak out, because the
people falling prey to this type of fraud are not gullible or
guileless. They are educated adults just like Allison.
Timeshares offer tremendous benefits for everyone to take their
vacation every year, but circumstances occasionally necessitate
exiting your timeshare. Timeshare exit teams conduct seminars
in hotel meeting rooms and use numerous techniques such as call
masking, fake title companies
, and high-pressure tactics to
convince consumers that their unused timeshares will be
painlessly unloaded. While the Justice Department is attempting
to crack down
on such scams, the full extent of the problem
cannot be measured because "many consumers just take their
losses and never file complaints" according to our
If you are interested in getting rid of a timeshare, check
out this article
detailing exit strategies to avoid falling
victim to such scams. Always check with your timeshare company
first to see if they have an exit program. Do your research to
ensure that the options you are considering are legitimate.
Review the timeshare industry's website about safely exiting
more about Robert Allison's story from our source.