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According to a new report from Kiplinger’s, timeshare exit scams are increasingly targeting older owners with false information designed to scare owners into paying hefty up-front fees and then disappearing with the money.

“Resort developers do not partner with timeshare exit firms, according to the American Resort Development Association (ARDA), the trade association for the vacation ownership and resort development industries.” – Kiplinger’s, September 4, 2019

Hilton Grand Vacations works with ARDA to fight back against false advertising and misleading claims about timeshares. Read the story from Kiplinger’s and then learn more about what you can do to protect yourself against fraudulent exit scams.

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