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Elder Abuse And The Wyndham Timeshare Lawsuit

Elder Abuse And The Wyndham Timeshare Lawsuit

Wyndham Vacation Ownership is being sued by a Nashville, Tennessee law firm in two mass action law suits. The suits allege an array of legal infractions by Wyndham, which it argues are tantamount to elder abuse. The charges include breach of contract, fraud, and...
Wyndham Timeshare Separates Hotel and Timeshare Companies

Wyndham Timeshare Separates Hotel and Timeshare Companies

In news from the States, we’ve heard that Wyndham Worldwide has announced plans to separate its timeshare business from its hotel business. This means that it will divide into two separate, publicly-traded companies. Wyndham Vacation Ownership (the timeshare aspect of...
Manhattan Timeshare Company In Fraud Scandal

Manhattan Timeshare Company In Fraud Scandal

The owners of a timeshare business in Manhattan have been ordered to pay $6.5 million to the New York State Attorney General’s office. Thousands of timeshare buyers were conned into purchasing timeshare with the Manhattan Club through the company’s use of illegal...
South Africa Timeshare Battle Continues

South Africa Timeshare Battle Continues

Public hearings are being held in Pretoria, Cape Town, and Durban to address issues relating to problematic timeshares in South Africa. Consumers who feel displeased with their timeshares have the opportunity to share their stories to the ends of developing...
New Fees Anger Virgin Islands Timeshare Holders

New Fees Anger Virgin Islands Timeshare Holders

The Virgin Islands, despite its incredible beauty, is in some serious financial trouble. Persistent budget holes as a result of borrowing and deficit spending have landed the territorial government with a whopping $2 billion bond debt. Therefore, leaders are plumbing...