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My Wife (Jacqueline) & I (Wayne) have been timeshare owners for many years. Every time we go away, we no sooner book in and go across to the customer service desk to retrieve our parking pass when we are literally harassed by a representative to attend a meeting or “owner update” as Wyndham calls it that will only take 45 minutes. After a long drive...

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We signed up in Mar 2017 and this has been a horror show. Cannot reach anyone on phone (average wait time is 64 minutes). They promised availability year round for top resorts. We cannot book a single place we want. We have tried since April to cancel and due to lack of response they now say we are outside the window. This is the reply...

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From the New York Times The Timeshare Hard Sell Comes Roaring Back By GRETCHEN MORGENSON JAN. 22, 2016 The Tahoe Beach & Ski Club, a timeshare resort on Lake Tahoe, Calif. Credit Grand Pacific Resorts For more than 25 years, Mary Ann Gutierrez, 77, has spent several weeks a year at on the southern shore of Lake Tahoe, Calif., often playing host to her children and grandchildren at...

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Wyndham Sued For Alleged Financial Fraud Against Senior Citizens By Law Firm Of Aubrey Givens & Associates NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE (PRWEB) JUNE 01, 2017 A Nashville law firm has filed several lawsuits in Tennessee alleging fraud, breach of contract, and violations of the Tennessee Timeshare Act against Wyndham Vacation Ownership, Inc., the world’s largest timeshare company. Attorneys Aubrey Givens and Kristin Fecteau have seven lawsuits pending in State and...

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Time-Share Bandits How police brought down one shady time-share operation by Doug Shadel, AARP The Magazine, June/July 2017| Time share fraud "It's a business. It's an industry," is how one regulatory affairs expert describes time-share fraud. She'd had enough. Just two years after Nancy Adams and her sister, Edith, bought their time-share condo, Nancy wanted to get rid of it. The siblings had gotten swept up in the...

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Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman Warns Consumers of Timeshare Reseller Scams Denver – Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman today advised consumers thinking about selling their timeshare interests to be on the lookout for some common scams perpetrated by so-called “timeshare resellers.” “As consumers age, experience a decline in their financial situation, or simply change their vacation preferences and habits, they may tire of the burden of...

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By Jeff Weir, for TimeSharing Today CARSON CITY, NV — A new bill that would require developers to provide additional disclosures for timeshare buyers passed its first legislative hurdle in the Nevada Senate March 2. But not without some injuries. As amended by the Judiciary Committee, Senate Bill 195, authored by Sen. Becky Harris (R-Las Vegas), would add the following consumer disclosures to the Public Offering Statement documents...

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