Although there are a number of different scenarios Timeshare Legal sees, some questions do pop up pretty often. Here are some of the most common timeshare scams, complaints and questions Timeshare Legal hears. If you have experienced a similar situation or have a question of your own, it might be a good idea to contact a Timeshare Legal representative, so your case can be reviewed.
Do I have a case to get rid of my timeshare?
It is crucial to contact a Timeshare Legal representative. After a brief consultation, he or she will take your information to a senior analyst, who upon further investigation should be able to tell you whether or not you have a possible case for cancellation. Unfortunately, not every contract can be cancelled however we make every effort to educate all potential clients with any and all options they may have available to them.
How can Timeshare Legal help with my questions and complaints?
Timeshare Legal helps qualified timeshare owners cancel their ownership through industry-standard, legal methods. You will not be charged for a consultation, and you will be involved of the process every step of the way.
How Do Timeshare Companies Scam Customers?
There are so many complaints out there, but some of the most common fraudulent tactics include mentioning a buyback program if the customer is not satisfied, using false urgency to get a customer to buy today, or suggesting that you can make money off its rental program. There are many different scams timeshare companies will use, so it’s important to give Timeshare Legal a call, so your case can be assessed by a timeshare cancellation expert.
How was the company founded?
Christian Highlander founded Timeshare Legal to offer timeshare owners a way out. He has worked as a real estate agent in NJ and has also worked in every major department of the timeshare industry. His experience and expertise with financing and contracts, timeshare company tactics and NJ real estate has allowed him to help countless timeshare owners find relief from the burden of an unwanted timeshare .