Some Resorts have an exit package of their own, so it is always worth a making contact with your home Resort to see what is on offer and how they will approach your quest for an exit from the Club.
When doing so, Consumers should consider that as you have a wish to leave their business model and should they grant an exist or you are successful in obtaining an exit, the Resort will lose you as a client and their income will drop so, you need to be aware they are not independent and the advice they give might not be in your best interest. If they seek to fine you or try and sell you another product you should walk away.
In all circumstances it is reasonable to seek counsel and advice from a variety of professionals, so you have knowledge which can be considered and before you make that all-important decision.
In the event, you are being encouraged to enter into other products and your timeshare exit is dependent on you acquiring those other products, again consider whether or not it’s in your best internet as you could acquire an unexpected burden.
When considering your own holiday’s needs, a timeshare can be considered as timeshare does provide some consumers with secure pre-booked and 5-star accommodation at low cost. All timeshare is not bad.
Before entering long-term commitments every consumer should fully understand what they are buying. To get to that understanding consumer have a need to read and digest all the “terms and conditions” and isolate the benefits and offset those benefits against the burdens contained in the contract. If those contracts are long-winded, wordy, complex or difficult to understand, then you need considerable time to consider the contracts before you sign. Some advice is free, can be taken from a variety of sources and legal professionals so take as much time as you want. What is on offer today will still be on offer tomorrow.
Last modified: 15th June 2018