Florida is the world’s timeshare capital. Many cash-rich tourists who visit the state each year have fallen victim to fraud and scams. Timeshare fraud comes in various shapes and sizes, from sneaky giveaways and hidden costs to realtors and resellers asking for upfront fees and disappearing after the transaction.
Carefree tourists are often enticed by the promise of incredible profits and free holidays or pressured into signing documents during presentations.
If you’ve been scammed or agreed to an offer that seems too good to be true, take advantage of our free assessment. Our timeshare fraud attorney will help you verify the timeshare and its seller or developer, and pull you out of a scam before it’s too late.
The lure of vacationing in Florida for weeks on end is understandable. In your excitement to spend more time in the Sunshine State, you may overlook critical details in a timeshare transaction. Regret typically sets in when it’s too late, and you may find yourself dealing with a property you can no longer afford to keep.
Unfortunately, timeshare fraud is alarmingly common in Florida.
Frauds or scams can be financially and emotionally devastating. Recovering your assets and peace of mind might take years. Some people don’t recover them at all. Fortunately, there are laws in place to protect consumers from fraud.
The best way to get out of a scam is to have an attorney deliver a valid cancellation of the contract. Don’t attempt to resell it or negotiate with the scammer, contact a lawyer right away.
The Law Offices of Susan Budowski can help you avoid fraud or get out of it. Whether you need help reviewing a contract or cancelling a timeshare, give us a call right away for a free, no-obligation assessment.