Meanwhile, AARP has asked the FTC to consider launching a nationwide investigation of time-share resellers, who usually target seniors. Although most time-share resellers solicit customers across the United States, state attorneys general can only bring injunctions that affect their residents or against companies that operate in that state.
When listing your time-share online (or to rent it to offset maintenance fees), stick with legitimate websites such as redweek.com or tug2.net, which may charge up to $35 a year. Scammers often run their own websites, but listing there costs hundreds — with no return.
Get a vacation week without the scam. Get a utopian vacation week without having to invest thousands or tens of thousands. Click on the ‘Buy a vacation‘ link above or go to ‘Redweek.com’. (I would rather you clicked on ‘Buy a vacation’ link above.)