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Timeshare Resale Scam Infographic

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The FTC gets clever and puts of a great infographic on timeshare resale scams. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Need More Help? Read More »

    “We Can Sell Your Timeshare” Scammer Get 10 Years in Prison

    Darnell Disroe

    Over the past few years, during this economic downturn, scammers have been promising consumers with timeshares, they could sell them. The vast majority of the time it was simply a scam to get timeshare owners to part with money for services, only to never really have their timeshare sold. One such crook was Darnell Disroe at Real Timeshare Marketing. You ... Read More »

      Stuck in a Contract: What to Do Before and After You Sign up for Clubs (Health/Timeshare/Camping/Travel)

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      Whether you’re planning an excursion to the Virgin Islands, negotiating a timeshare in Vermont or thinking about getting into shape by joining a health club, the contract you sign will determine the rules you have to follow throughout the entire term of your agreement. Reading carefully before you sign will help you to avoid problems later. Generally, most contracts can ... Read More »

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