Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-06-16 11:20:57 –
Las Vegas (KTNV) — Timeshare owners are struggling to get out of vacation contracts, and Better Business Bureau warns about companies that promise to help you.
Ohio couples have owned a Las Vegas timeshare for 12 years.
According to Chuck McFarren, maintenance costs were $ 1,000 a year and he was unlucky and tried to sell the unit.
Then he found a newspaper ad for Omnieris, a timeshare exit company that promises to get you out of your contract.
McFarlane said he paid the company $ 3,300 last summer and nothing happened.
And BBB is flagging Omnieris.
Therefore, before using a timeshare exit company, read all the fine prints on the contract, have a lawyer look at it, and do your homework yourself.