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American Consumer Credit Getting Sued by Florida Senior Citizen

By on December 9, 2016

The Florida Record is reporting American Consumer Credit has been sued by David Robnson, 76, of Florida.

“According to the complaint, Robinson, who has limited finances, made an ill-advised decision to buy a timeshare of Avalon Resorts in Cancun, Mexico. The suit says despite his best efforts, he was burdened by maintenance costs and other fees associated with the timeshare that have dramatically increased over the years.

The lawsuit states in an effort to eliminate his timeshare interest, Robinson was enticed by American Consumer Credit to pay $1,800 as credit services to eliminate his timeshare as facilitated by the defendant’s licensed attorney, and that a money-back guarantee would be honored in case the defendants were unable to eliminate plaintiff’s timeshare interest.”

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