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Timeshare phone scams

Timeshare cold callers are a nuisance. They happen out of the blue, can be stressful, and are annoying to say the very least. No one wants to experience them. But they do happen frequently. That’s why you need to be vigilant and understand the signs if you want to avoid them entirely.

Certain methods are used by these timeshare scammers. Not just that though, but they don’t act like reputable companies. Having this at the back of your mind before picking up the phone or during a conversation is vital. In fact, it could even save you a great deal of unwanted hassle.

Avoiding timeshare phone scams is simple by heeding our advice.

How To Spot The Signs Of A Timeshare Phone Scam

The most obvious sign you’re on the phone with a scammer is that you didn’t initiate the call in the first place; instead, it would’ve been started by them. This isn’t something a reputable company would do. Cold calls are the solicitation of a customer who’ve had no prior interaction. By not picking up the phone, you’re actively preventing them from scamming you and ensuring that they don’t try to call back in the future.

Another trick is where they fake an extreme scenario in order for you to act quickly, which can lead to rash decisions if you’re not careful. Intimidation tactics can be used too, as well as asking for certain sensitive information. A “robocall” is also suspicious. Whatever it may be, your best bet is to look for anything fishy or out of place. Timeshare phone scammers are nothing like reputable companies, and it should be obvious.

How Do Reputable Timeshare Dispute Companies Act?

In essence, reputable companies will never do any of the above acts.

They will instead only get in touch if you’ve previously made contact with them in the first place. Phone scammers will never leave a voicemail while a reputable company will if you got a missed call from them. Reputable companies will never pressure you into doing something you don’t want to do and won’t set off any red flags in the process either.

No real company will ask for your passwords, bank details, or cheques etc. They won’t threaten you or be evasive, and they’ll provide any information that you request. If they’re able to answer all those questions, then they may be legitimate. But be aware that they could potentially understand some of your details and still be a phone scammer anyway.

All-in-all, reputable companies will not ask for personal information, so do be on the lookout.

How To Protect Yourself From Timeshare Scammers

One of the easiest ways to protect yourself from timeshare scammers is to not answer phone calls from unknown numbers. So make sure you are expecting all of your calls or get caller ID. Some scammers may disguise themselves via caller ID, but this can be spotted if you check the number that it’s coming from. If something doesn’t match up, then it’s most likely a scammer. Also make sure to register your phone number with the Telephone Preference Service – a free service that helps you opt out of receiving unsolicited sales or marketing calls you don’t want. These phone scams can be reported to Action Fraud. Doing so will reduce the frequency of phone scammer calls you receive. Also make sure your phone has incoming call blocking and anonymous call rejection set up. However, if you’ve been scammed by a timeshare scammer, then a timeshare solicitor can help you.

How Can Athena Law Help You Out?

At Athena Law, we can help you out by representing you with your timeshare dispute so you never have to worry about a timeshare phone scam ever again. As we’ve also helped hundreds of clients in the past already, we have the required experience that is needed to help you.

We offer a fixed fee service to go over all the details of your particular case, which allows us to understand your situation more thoroughly. Following our initial discussion, we can further work on your case and help you take back what is rightfully yours – all within the legal boundaries.

Timeshare phone scams have made a number of victims similar to yourself and your situation. But, with the right know-how and expertise, you can begin to fight back against them and make sure that it never happens to you ever again. As a result, you can breathe easy once more!

Have You Been Affected By A Timeshare Scam?

If you’ve been the victim of a timeshare scam and want to do something about it, get in touch today by calling 0161 839 8847 or be sure to fill out the contact form provided on our website.

Together, we can beat these timeshare scams and take back what is rightfully yours!

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