Found Scam

Timeshare resale scam

Gunn Marketing Group – AKA a Timeshare scammer

Signs of a Timeshare Resale Scam

  • Request for Upfront Fees: Legitimate timeshare resale services typically do not require large upfront fees. Instead, they might take a commission after the sale is completed.
  • Unsolicited Offers: Be cautious if you’re contacted out of the blue by someone claiming to have an immediate buyer for your timeshare.
  • Guarantees of a Quick Sale: Promises of a quick sale, especially at a high price, should be treated with skepticism.
  • High Pressure Tactics: Scammers often create a sense of urgency to push their targets into paying fees before they can thoroughly investigate the offer.

How to Protect Yourself

  • Research the Company: Look for reviews, complaints, and any information about the company online. Check if they are registered with the Better Business Bureau or any relevant regulatory bodies.
  • Never Pay Upfront Fees: Avoid companies that require you to pay fees before the sale is completed. Understand all terms and conditions before agreeing to any services.
  • Verify Claims: Independently verify any claims made by the resale company, especially if they say they have a buyer lined up.
  • Consult a Professional: Consider consulting a real estate attorney or a professional with experience in timeshare sales to review any contracts or agreements.


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