Timeshare Contract Loopholes
Florida’s House Bill 453, passed in 2015, made it more difficult for timeshare owners to spot loopholes in their contracts. The bill was an attempt at stopping frivolous lawsuits over insignificant contract errors.
If you are trying to exit a timeshare contract and you see a timeshare exit company that promises to find loopholes in your contract, you may want to continue your search for a better company. These days, loopholes are hard to find and harder to prove. There are other, more effective methods to help you get out of your contract.
A legitimate company will work with attorneys to help you exit your timeshare contract. Lawyers are able to leverage their legal knowledge and expertise as you go through the contract exit process. In fact, if a company does not work with attorneys, they are very likely a scam and should be avoided.
Up-front Fees vs. Escrow
Whether looking to partner with a timeshare exit company or a broker, consider using a company that offers an escrow payment option, rather than up-front-fees, for extra peace of mind. Learn more about escrow and how it can help you avoid scams here (link). The escrow option protects your money in the event that a company goes out of business or otherwise rescinds their money-back guarantee.
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