ILLINOIS (RFD) — While many people who have entered into timeshare agreements over the years have said they love them, there are plenty others trying to get out of contracts they say don’t offer what is promised. As a result, the timeshare exit industry popped up several years ago, but the Better Business Bureau warns some of these companies may not deliver the results they promise.
Getting out of a timeshare can be difficult, but it is possible. Sometimes, you can even do it yourself. But one tactic some timeshare exit companies use that is an outright lie, according to Better Business Bureau investigator Don O’Brien, is claiming the contracts will automatically be passed down to your children when you die.
O’Brien says you should beware of making upfront payments for the work if you decide to go with one of these companies, and pay with a credit card so you can dispute the charge if you are not satisfied with the results.