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Wyndham Vacation Resorts Timeshares

April 7th, 2020

In March 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Wyndham Vacation Resorts for allegedly misrepresenting that timeshare owners save money on vacations when, according to plaintiffs, timeshare owners actually end up paying more for vacations. In addition, the complaint alleges that the company misrepresents that timeshare owners have flexibility and options when choosing from available


Wyndham Timeshares

September 20th, 2019

In August 2019, a two class-action lawsuits were filed against Wyndham Vacation Resorts for allegedly making several misleading misrepresentations to consumers about its timeshare program, including the value and transferability of timeshare points and the availability of properties. Click on the case information below to see each complaint. Deneen et al v. Wyndham Vacation Resorts,


Wyndham Vacation Resorts

September 11th, 2020

In August 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Wyndham Vacation Resorts for allegedly falsely representing that timeshare owners save money on vacations and will be able to choose from many different available resorts when, according to plaintiffs, timeshare owners end up paying more for vacations than they would have paid on other public websites,


Bluegreen Vacations

September 19th, 2018

A class-action lawsuit was filed against Bluegreen Vacations for allegedly misleadingly marketing and selling “timeshare points” that it claims can be used to stay at vacation properties when, according to the complaint, the company is actually selling interests in real property. Plaintiffs also claim that the company does not disclose other important information about the


Hilton Hotel’s Rebate Certificates

December 19th, 2017

November 2017: Plaintiffs withdrew the motion for preliminary approval. October 2017: A federal judge ordered the named plaintiff to provide more information about the proposed settlement agreement, including the value of the settlement and a justification for compensating the class with another certificate instead of money. June 2017: The named plaintiff moved for preliminary approval


Diamond Resorts International Club

June 23rd, 2017

In May 2017, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Diamond Resorts International Club (a company that sells timeshare contracts where members acquire points to exchange for accommodations at resorts) for allegedly falsely representing that members dissatisfied with their memberships (because of poor customer service or the unavailability of certain resorts and dates) should upgrade to


Memberships for Diamond Resorts

March 30th, 2017

In January 2017, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Diamond Resorts Holdings (a company that sells points-based timeshare memberships) for, among other things, allegedly deceptively luring elderly consumers to purchase memberships by advertising that premium, high-value resorts will be available to members without disclosing that rooms at such properties are generally unavailable as they are


BlueGreen Vacations

July 27th, 2016

In June 2016, a false advertising class-action lawsuit was filed against BlueGreen Vacations Unlimited, a company that promotes and sells timeshares. According to the complaint, the company makes several false representations to convince consumers to enter into timeshare contracts, including: Misleadingly claiming that promotional presentations last two hours when they really last more than five


Shell Vacations Club

January 3rd, 2014

Shell Vacations Club is a timeshare vacation organization with property in 24 resorts in North America. But the group seems to leave customers disappointed after it fails to live up to its advertised promises. Shell Vacations Club advertises on its website that it promises its members it will  “do everything possible to make their membership


Total up the Real Toll in Travel Offers

January 10th, 2012

When you’re thinking about planning your dream vacation to the Caribbean, the last thing you want to worry about is getting ripped-off.  But, unfortunately, crooks exist everywhere and the world of traveling is no exception. What to Look Out For: Hidden fees:  Ever seen an ad boasting round-trip airfare to Mexico for only $99 and


Before You Take that Call Beware of Telemarketing Scams

October 27th, 2011

Although legitimate companies may use the telephone to advertise their products or services, consumers should be wary of some who call trying to obtain your financial or personal information for fraud or identity theft.



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