You thought your timeshare was a good idea at the time but now you’re not so sure. At the time of signing the contract, you may have been informed that such a contract cannot be canceled. Now you may not want to be committed to a lifetime of these financial obligations. What they didn’t tell you is that you can terminate it–here’s why:
You can cancel during the “cooling off” period. Every timeshare contract assigns a period during which the buyer of the timeshare can cancel the contract and the length period varies from state to state. You can file a claim if there was a promise that the shares would have increased interest over time and increased value of the resale but this was not the case.If there was a promise that the purchase of the timeshare was a financial investment, but it ended up costing you more in financial obligation, you can litigate the timeshare company to release you from the timeshare.
We can help you with single or multiple properties. We have a simple, easy, and fast process. Don’t let your timeshare weigh you down for one more day, contact us now!