Did you ever get this call: "Because you've been a customer of the Hilton Hotels (or Marriott/Hyatt) you qualify for a free vacation". See here how the scam works.
Timeshare fraud is very prevalent these days as the Coronavirus pandemic has annihilated most of the travel opportunities. Timeshare scams are at an all-time high, especially when they come as timeshare resales scams.
We have a full list below. You’ll find timeshare resale companies under investigation, as well as legitimate timeshare resale companies. Many names are tossed around, such as RCI Resorts, Westgate, Wyndham, Timeshare Exit, or Redweek, but we will show you how the scams work exactly.
Full List of Timeshare Scams Below
Legitimate companies that buy timeshares do exist, but so does timeshare fraud. Let’s take a look at them below. One of the most notorious timeshare ripoff cases is the Mexican Timeshare Scam, aka the Timeshare Resale Scam. However, there is a bunch of examples below that educate you on how to avoid it.
We’ll address brands like Worldmark Club, Wyndham Timeshare, RCI Timeshare, or Westgate Timeshare – so check out the articles below.
At the same time, here is how to detect malicious websites that replicate legitimate timeshare ones.
Beware of the Timeshare Resale Scam, aka the Timeshares For Sale trick. If you ask yourself 'How to sell a timeshare?' we have the answer. Make sure you deal only with legitimate timeshare resale companies.
The Exclusive Travel Club scam is pulled on people who are invited to attend a presentation or receive a gift, such as a VIP card. Here it is: