Dear Timeshare Client,
These questions aren’t as daunting as they might seem at first glance. But we do need as much information as possible if we are to stand the best chance of progressing your claim to a successful conclusion: i.e. a compensation payout. You will see that the main questions are repeated several times; this is so that each individual purchasing event can be completely distinct. If you only purchased once, then obviously you only need to complete the first section: Your 1st timeshare purchase.
A word about misrepresentation (misrep). Most cases that we present are where the client claims “misrep”.
A misrepresentation is an untrue or misleading statement of fact made during negotiations by one party (the seller) to another (purchaser), the statement then inducing that other party (the purchaser) into the contract which later causes them a loss. The misled party may normally rescind the contract, and sometimes may be awarded damages as well (or instead of rescission). The contract will have to be unwound if proven that and the misled party may be eligible for compensation.
To amount to a misrepresentation, the statement must be untrue or seriously misleading, and should be a material fact you would have relied on to make a decision to enter into the contract.
Put simply misrep is where you were told something about what you were buying, that you later found out was untrue, and that untrue statement caused you to make a decision to purchase at the time.
Please see the “Misrep table”, which states common timeshare misreps that our previous clients have been subjected to.
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