Areas of Misrepresentation
Misrepresentation is a false statement of fact made by one party to another party, which has the effect of inducing that party into the contract.
So if the resort did not uphold to their expectations at any point that means they did not hold up to their end of the agreement and we may terminate the contract.
If you were never told that the contract may be reviewed by an attorney for a minimum of 30 days, the resort violated your rights. The resort salesman are not attorneys and are not qualified to go over contract details with you, an attorney must have been present. If you were not told of the cancellation period of a minimum of 3 days, then they violated your rights. Salesman approaching you with some sort of incentive to attend a 90 minute presentation.
High pressured sales tactics and misrepresentations to make the timeshare sound more valuable than it is, claiming it as an investment or that it might be a tax right of.
The 90 minute presentation extended passed a period of the 90 minutes the salesman said it would. The closing was rushed that day. Claiming the property as an investment or that one day you may be able to sell it or rent it.
Was the duration of your tour extended?
(Did you say no at any point?)
Were you told it was an investment?
(Value would increase)
Did they say you could rent or resale your timeshare?
(Sell for profit)
Did they give you a false sense of urgency?
(Today only price)
Told of any extra exchange fees?
(Cost to use another property or any dues)
Was your closing rushed?
(Rush paperwork not giving you time to read)
Was your cancellation period pointed out?
(Did they verbalize how many days?)
(Give any CPA advice about your timeshare?)
Were you invited to an “owner update” meeting and it turned into a sales pitch?
Were there any oral promises made that were not true?