- Do not make an untraceable payment — Often an easy way to spot a timeshare resale scam is when the company requests and untraceable form of payment. This may include: money packs, money orders, and wire transfers. We recommend staying away from any company that requests these types of payments.
- Sign the Contract Before you Pay — A trustworthy company, like TimeshareWeb.com will always have you sign a contract before you submit a payment for a timeshare sale. If a company asks for you to pay for the timeshare before you sign, walk away.
- Read the Fine Print — To understand exactly what a company promises to provide you, always read the contract and the fine print. If you have any questions about the contract, a legitimate company will help you to understand its terms before you sign.
Sometimes timeshare owners—and buyers—are hesitant to move forward with a timeshare resale company out of fear of a timeshare scam. We’re here to show you that you can trust TimeshareWeb.com. In fact we’ll even show you how to avoid timeshare scams, should you decide to work with another company. See below to learn 3 tips for avoiding timeshare fraud.