Have you or your loved ones been victimized by unscrupulous developers in the timeshare industry?
- Did a closing agent or sales representative rush you through the documentation process without giving you time to carefully read all the documents that you
- Were all of the questions you had during the signing process answered in a direct and understandable manner?
- Did the closing agent or sales representative NOT cover the Contract of Sale, Promissory Note, HUD Settlement Statement, Federal Truth in Lending Disclosure
Statement, or Informed Right of Rescission documents out loud, verbatim, line item, as required by law?
- After the fact, did you discover that you had been misled, or even outright lied to, about the terms and conditions of the timeshare
contract that you entered into?
- Were you lied to about buying points, your monthly maintenance fee, and rental income?
If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, than there’s a strong possibility that you are the victim of
Most people in this situation have no idea that they now have rights and protection under many consumer and predatory lending laws that have been enacted since
the housing bubble burst in 2007 and the secondary credit market crashed in 2008. So many families who have been victimized feel they have no recourse because when they contact their timeshare
company with their concerns, many of whom are so-called “Giants of the Industry," they are told “Sorry! You signed the paper work, and didn’t cancel within the rescission period."
If any of these scenarios sound familiar to you, than you definitely need to contact The Law Office of Kristin Fecteau as soon as possible for a free, no
obligation consultation, as you may be eligible for compensation.
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