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If you have a timeshare, scammers might target you

Gema de las Heras
Maybe you weren’t thinking about selling your timeshare — but suddenly, someone calls and tells you they’re a real estate agent and have an interested buyer. They might have information about you and your property, so the offer seems credible. Then, the so-called timeshare expert asks you to pay upfront to finalize the deal. Stop. That could be a scam.
Consumer Alert

Want to get rid of your timeshare? Read this before you hire someone to help

Rosario Mendez
Timeshare exit companies advertise a lot. Many "guarantee" they can get you out of your timeshare contract, but sometimes these companies are simply a scam. In a case announced today, the FTC said a company called Consumer Protection Law (one of its many names) didn’t deliver on all its promises. Read on to learn about staying ahead of the scammers.
Consumer Alert

Timeshares: Yes? No? Maybe?

Rosario Méndez
If you’re considering getting a timeshare this vacation season, read on.
Consumer Alert

Make it a scam-free vacation

Lisa Lake

It’s almost summer! Right now, you probably have beaches on the brain or you’re thinking about that long-planned trip abroad.