Do You Really Want to Cancel Your Timeshare?

Cancelling timeshare contract

Do you really want to cancel your timeshare? If you do, then here is what you should do:

When you are thinking about canceling your timeshare, one of the first things that you should do is go over the reasons why. Do you have cold feet, are others influencing your decision, or are you just nervous about the cost of a timeshare?

It is just natural to have second thoughts when you have just made a purchase that is big, but always go over what the benefits are, and how it will be beneficial for you and your family. Cancelling a timeshare is hasty, and it can be costly along with taking a very long time. Make sure you want to cancel the timeshare before you actually do.

Beware timeshare forums for your source of advice. Timeshare forums tend to be run by scam companies that prey on people who are considering cancelling their timeshare. These fraudulent companies try to persuade you into taking legal action to cancel your timeshare. This will make them money while costing you a lot in return.

The issue here is that if you are within your rights to cancel your timeshare, it should not cost you much more than the postage to send your notification. If you are not within your rights, then it is unlikely that you can cancel your timeshare, no matter what these legal timeshare advisors say. You will just lose your money. If there is no breach of contract associated with your timeshare, then you will have no rights in cancelling your timeshare. You could however contact an attorney for a second opinion if you think you have been involved in a direct scam on the part of the timeshare provider.

If you believe that your timeshare is an out and out scam, then you may have rights to take legal action. If the timeshare isn’t what they said it would be or doesn’t even exist, then these could be legitimate reasons to cancel. For this you will need hard evidence, and the chances are that you were not the only one involved in the organized scam.

In the case of Villa del Palmar and Villa Preferred Access timeshares, you can be sure that Villa Group are a legitimate, registered company with more than 30 years in the business. There will be no grounds for claiming that your timeshare is a scam. What you should do, however, is make sure that you are happy with all the contents of your contract before you sign. If you have issues with your membership after the cooling off period, you should contact members services with any questions to help you make the most of your timeshare benefits.

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