Welcome Angry Timeshare Owners

Thank you for inquiring about our Timeshare Giveback Program. You may be able to cancel your timeshare contract even if it’s outside the stated rescission period.

Feel like you’ve been tricked and/or misled into purchasing or upgrading your timeshare?
Chances are you’re right. You may be among thousands of timeshare owners who have been persuaded to buy through blatant unfair and deceptive sales practices!Did you buy your Timeshare because you thought it would be a more economical way to vacation?

You might be surprised to find out how much you are spending on a yearly basis just for your timeshare. Most timeshare owners find that they are being forced to spend a lot more than they would have on a normal vacation. Not only are you forced to spend more, but you are also restricted to the availability within your club or exchange company. Rarely ever getting to stay where and when you want.

Too often the decision to purchase a timeshare is made based on false promises and misrepresentations from unscrupulous sales representatives. If you have been a victim of Timeshare fraud and misrepresentation, Timeshare Sales Today will assist you with the cancellation of your Timeshare contract and, in some cases, facilitate a full refund of the money you have paid out.

TIMESHARE CALCULATOR – How much is your timeshare costing you?

This is not a resale, rental or title transfer program.

Timeshare Sales Today is not a law firm and we are not attorneys. TST has not, does not, and will not represent itself as a law firm. This is an attorney-based program offering legitimate, fully guaranteed help. You will be in direct contact with the attorney assigned to your case. Don’t spend another minute battling your Timeshare Company alone. Timeshare Sales Today has the time, resources, and knowledge to assist you with the cancellation of your Timeshare contract.

You will be contacted by, and your case will be handled by, an independent attorney, who will compile a case file and produce the necessary documentation to permanently effect the termination of your agreement to purchase a timeshare or vacation club. The attorney will utilize documents and information supplied by you the client, including, but not limited to, your purchase agreement and/or contract, sworn testimony, and authorization letter to effect the termination of your timeshare contract. The attorney will be responsible for producing and transmitting the cancellation documentation to the merchant in question on behalf of you, the client. After verifying the receipt of the documentation by said merchant, the attorney will continue to act on behalf of you, the client, through to resolution, by following up, negotiating, and utilizing any and all means at their disposal, including, but not limited to, corroborating testimonies from past clients, proprietary data of patterns and trends, and government agencies.

TST guarantees the termination of your contract. Should TST not secure the termination, rescission, release, or cancellation of your contract, TST will refund 100% of your money. All timeshare contract cancellations occurring after date entering this contract constitutes a release secured by TST.

Should TST fail to deliver the promised services as set forth in the service agreement, you will be entitled to a 100% refund. Should you enter into a contract for services and request a cancellation of services while any portion of our services are in the process of being completed, you will be granted a refund of a percentage of the total purchase price equal to the percentage of work not yet completed at the discretion of TST.

What is Fraud?
Fraud is defined as a deception deliberately practiced to secure unfair or unlawful gain. It has also been defined as the intentional misrepresentation of truth for the purpose of obtaining something of value by inducing another to rely upon false information. A material misrepresentation is an important untruth. Fraud requires an outright lie, or a substantial failure to state a material fact about an important part of the contract. Regardless of definition, the key elements of fraud are these: intent, the misrepresentation or untruth, reliance on misrepresentation or untruth, and something of value obtained as a result. Your timeshare contract can be canceled by a court because of fraud if the resort or it’s salespeople knowingly made a material misrepresentation that you reasonably relied upon to make your decision to purchase or upgrade your timeshare. The contract you made with the timeshare resort may be set aside on the grounds of fraud.

What is Misrepresentation?
Misrepresentation is a contract law concept. It means a false statement of fact made by one party to another party, which has the effect of inducing that party into the contract. An untrue statement, whether unintentional or deliberate, is a form of misrepresentation. It may be a form of nondisclosure where there is a duty to disclose, or the planned creation of a false appearance. Where there has been a misrepresentation of material fact, you may sue your timeshare resort for damages and/or rescind the contract. You can rescind your timeshare contract for misrepresentation if the misrepresentation was material, or critical, to the agreement.

Consumer Protections and Consumer Fraud Acts
Laws prohibiting unfair and deceptive trade practices in consumer transactions have been enacted in every state. They apply to almost all consumer transactions and are extremely flexible and very potent. Consumer protection laws are designed to ensure fair competition and the free flow of truthful information in the marketplace. The laws are designed to prevent businesses that engage in fraud or specified unfair practices from gaining an advantage over competitors and may provide additional protection for the weak and those unable to take care of themselves. Consumer Protection laws are a form of government regulation which protects the interests of consumers. Consumer protection can also be asserted via non-government organizations and individuals as consumer advocates.

How will this program effect my credit score?
Each case is unique, and therefore different. The attorney working on your case will assist you with providing the proper documentation to prevent and/or dispute any negative impact on your credit.

How long does this process take?
Each case will require a different amount of time to complete. Some cases require as little as 90 days, while others can take up to a year or more. There are many legal formalities that must be followed. Based on the information received from you, the attorney assigned to your case will be able to provide you with a more accurate estimate of how long your case may take.