At Resort Advisory Group, we learn a lot from people who have experience in selling
timeshares. Lessons on “pitching heat” convince that many owners have a good
reason to want to cancel their timeshare contracts. Fortunately, we can help.
Many salespeople from the timeshare industry routinely promised more than the
developer would deliver when selling timeshares. They called the tactic pitching
Timeshare salespeople pitched heat by promising buyers they would have VIP
status if they would sign the contract.
Timeshare salespeople pitched heat by promising buyers that a limousine would be
available to them when they used the timeshare.
Timeshare salespeople pitched heat by promising buyers they could qualify for free
upgrades if they took advantage of the investment opportunity immediately.
Timeshare salespeople pitched heat by promising buyers that the developer would
purchase the timeshare back if they discovered that the unit didn’t work for them.
Timeshare salespeople pitched heat by promising buyers that their maintenance
fees would never go higher and that their interest rates on mortgages would always
be comparable to the prime-lending rate.
None of those promises were true, and the timeshare salesperson knew it. At Resort
Advisory Group, our team would consider such misrepresentations as being
fraudulent. When consumers rely upon fraudulent misrepresentations, many courts
of law would invalidate the legitimacy of the timeshare contract.
Although most people purchased timeshares from honest and ethical timeshare
sales reps, our records suggest that deceptive tactics victimized a significant
percentage of people during timeshare sales presentations. When those people want
to cancel timeshare contracts, the experts at Resort Advisory Group can help.
If you’re looking to cancel your timeshare contract and you need expert guidance,
contact Resort Advisory Group at 1-844-493-5992.