Your protection as a Villa del Palmar timeshare owner is important for the good reputation of the timeshare industry at large. During recent months, the threat of Villa del Palmar resale scams have escalated and steps have thus been taken to safeguard you against such criminal activities. The authorities are working closely together with the Villa Group and Universal Vacation Club International (UVCI) to catch put a stop to these illegal resale scams. ARDA (American Resort Development Association) has also lent its hand in giving a solution to this prevalent problem concerning Villa del Palmar resale scams.
What to do if you think you have been involved in a Villa del Palmar Resale Scam
You can check out this ARDA link www.arda.org/advisories and have some ideas about this menace. The Villa Group on its part will help to the fullest extent. You can get in touch directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if ever you see signs that these scammers are planning against you. However, as a responsible member, you must have the initiative to report and make any claims before we can give full assistance. It’s your duty to act and make an official statement to the authorities of the things that happened.
Here are the full details on what to do if you met with a Villa del Palmar Resale Scam
- Get in touch with the Villa Group and report the occurrences. Contact the Villa Group Member’s Services or UVCI.
- File a complaint to the Federal Trade Commission through its Business Fraud Division. Call this number 1-877-382-4357.
- Find your state’s Attorney General’s Office and report what happened.
- Keep the Villa Group’s member’s services up to date with your progress at email@example.com if these scammers are sending you any written materials or calling you by phone. It is advised that you send all this needed information through email to update your file. They can serve as evidences when filing a case against these scammers.
Finally, make a statement with ARDA: www.arda.org/advisories.
The Villa Group and all the agencies mentioned are working in your favor, but be sure to make all your reports available. They are vital in our fight against resale scammers.