At Resort Advisory Group, the best way we can help people from becoming
customers would be to help people understand one simple lesson: If you don’t want
to cancel a timeshare, don’t buy a timeshare.
Five tips to ensure you’ll never need to retain Resort Advisory Group or a team of
other attorneys and specialists to help you cancel a timeshare contract:
- If you receive a pamphlet or flyer in the mail offering a free mini vacation,
free lunch, or free something in exchange for attending a presentation: Don’t
attend the timeshare presentation. Too many people who want to cancel
timeshare contracts tell our team how they were induced to attend a
presentation. While at the presentation, with their defenses down, they
signed a contract that put them into debt. Don’t allow a manipulative sales
process to put you into debt.
- Understand that a timeshare is not a piece of real estate you own. Some of the
people wanting to cancel timeshare contracts contact our team with stories
about how they were led to believe that owning the timeshare was
equivalent to making a real estate investment. Not true. Timeshares do not
appreciate in value.
- Understand the different types of timeshare options. Some timeshares offer
opportunities to access a unit during a given time period each year. Other
types of timeshares offer points that owners can redeem in different resorts.
People who want to cancel a timeshare sometimes describe that they didn’t
understand their purchase would come with limitations.
- Don’t consider a timeshare an investment. Regardless of what a timeshare
sales person says during the presentation, never purchase a timeshare with
expectations that your timeshare will appreciate in value. Many people who
want to cancel a timeshare contract express frustration because they
overpaid; they could purchase the same timeshare on the Internet for
- Don’t consider purchasing a timeshare if you need financing. Many people
wanting to cancel timeshare contracts lose financial stability because of the
extortionate interest rates. Avoid financing timeshares at all costs.
On the other hand, if you purchased a timeshare and found that you didn’t receive
what you expected, or you realized that you signed the contract under fraudulent
misrepresentations, contact Resort Advisory Group at 1-844-493-5922. Our
specialists are standing by to provide a free consultation.