These types of scams seek to capitalize on the overwhelming need for ways to cancel timeshare contracts through timeshare donation, timeshare resale schemes and timeshare rental listing fraud.
It’s not uncommon for timeshare owners to end up on call lists that are bought and sold on the black market. These call lists give American vacation services a perfectly crafted demographic to which they market their shady deals.
While the FTC has spend the past year stepping up its efforts to crack down on these fraudsters, there are always new and creative fraudulent business services taking aim at those who are eager to find a way to get out of a timeshare contract. Read More→