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How To Get Rid Of Your Timeshare


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Many Americans hear about timeshares all the time. Knowing that timeshares allow people a home to take vacations to anywhere in the world, many consumers decide to purchase timeshares. However, throughout ownership, a lot of people find that this is not actually what they signed up for. Although, they were told that they would be able to vacation whenever they want, several of these people found that they have a fixed week ownership and are only able to vacation one week annually.

Also, many consumers simply felt as though they were rushed into buying their timeshares.

After realizing that their timeshares aren't exactly what they want, many people decide to try and sell their properties. Some of these consumers make this decision because when they were sold their timeshares, they were told that it would be a great investment.

The timeshares should grow in value right? Well, this isn't exactly the case. Once Americans find out how hard it is to sell their timeshares, they feel backed against a wall. After being lied to about being able to vacation at any time and trying to sell their timeshares based on false statements of investments, and thinking of the hard financial times we are facing as a country, many consumers are seeking a way to get rid of their timeshares.

The good news is, I have just the way for these Americans to get rid of timeshares. The process is called timeshare cancellation. Timeshare elimination is the process of legally deeding a timeshare back to the developer based on discrepancies in the sales process and/or contract associated with the timeshare.

The best part about it is that several consumers receive a refund from the timeshare developer to cover losses associated with the timeshare at question. So, what makes timeshare cancellation work?

Well, it's a really simple concept. If a consumer walks into a shoe store and buys a box of shoes that has writing on it that says the shoes are blue but, when the consumer gets home and opens the box, the shoes are red, then that consumer brings the shoes back and gets a refund.

This isn't because the shoe store wants to give a refund, this is because the shoe store recognizes that they are at fault for the misunderstanding. Now, we all know that timeshares are a very different product than shoes but, the process works about the same.

Timeshare sales representatives have a huge rule book that they have to follow when selling timeshares.

Unfortunately for several people, timeshare sales representatives don't always follow these rules. Fortunately for a great deal of Americans however, timeshare developers know that some sales representatives will slip when making a sale. Once a timeshare sales representative rushes, lies to or otherwise misleads a potential buyer, that buyer gains a great deal of power in giving the timeshare back.

Timeshare elimination is however a legal process. With that said, I do advise Americans to get a professional involved if they make the decision to move forward with the process. Below, I have included links to a few trusted companies!

This article was written by Joshua Rodriguez, an avid consumer advocate. When it comes to selling and canceling timeshares, Joshua Rodriguez trusts:
American Resort Resolutions: Timeshare Cancellation
A Timeshare 2 Sell: How To Sell Your Timeshare , Selling Of Timeshares
If you are a consumer advocate company and would like to be featured in articles written by Joshua Rodriguez, please call (561) 856 - 4721!


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