Timeshare Exit Scams


ARKANSAS ATTORNEY GENERAL LESLIE RUTLEDGE FILED A LAWSUIT AGAINST A BENTONVILLE COMPANY ACCUSED OF SCAMING PEOPLE WHO WERE TRYING TO GET RID OF THEIR TIMESHARES. ASHLEI KING EXPLAINS HOW YOU CAN RECOGNIZE A POTENTIAL TIMESHARE EXIT SCAM BEFORE IT HAPPENS. ACCORDING TO THE ARKANSAS ATTORNEY GENERAL’S OFFICE… ARáKANSANS LOST OUT ON MORE THAN 136á THOUSAND DOLLARS FROM BENTONVILLEá BASED COMPANY “REAL TRAVEL, LáLáC.” THE LAWSUIT SAYS “REAL TRAVEL” SOLD TIMESHARE EXIT SERVICES IN EXCHANGE FOR A FEE RANGING FROM FIVEá THOUSAND DOLLARS TO 18áTHOUSAND DOLLARS. AáAáRáP VOLUNTEER WARREN SEARLS HELPS EDUCATE ARá KANSANS ABOUT THIS POTENTIAL SCAM. HE SAYS THERE’S ONE IMPORTANT THING TO LOOK OUT FOR. Warren Searls, AARP Volunteer: “The give away is the fact that they want money for fees up front.”// And they will go through the whole process and you’ll think that you sold your timeshare and then you get a bill from the timeshare company saying you owe us for maintenance fees on your timeshare.” IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO SELL YOUR TIMESHARE… SEARLS SUGGESTS YOU CONTACT THE ORIGINAL SELLER OF THE TIMESHARE. AND ALWAYS BE SKEPTICAL IF YOU GET AN UNSOLICITED CALL ABOUT SELLING YOUR TIMESHARE. I’M ASHLEI KING, BACK TO YOU. ((BOB)) IF YOU OR SONEONE YOU KNOW FELL VICTIM TO A SCAM THAT YOU’D LIKE US TO INVESTIGATE áá GIVE Ká AáRáK A CALL AT THE NUMBER ON YOUR SCREEN OR SEND US AN EMAIL. ((BOB)) HOLLYWOOD HITS THE HILL áá AND EVEN THOUGH IT MAY NOT BE THE BIG STARS IN FAYETTEVILLE áá THE STARS WILL

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