First, we could say and should say this for each and every timeshare scam article. WATCH OUT FOR THE HIGH PRESSURE SALES TECHNIQUES !! Timeshare pros that invoke the dark arts of sales techniques play on the emotions of consumers that enjoy the casino environment. The market segment for those that enjoy gaming entertainment are spenders and willing to "take a chance" forgive the pun. Second, the next big thing to be aware in order to not become a victim of timeshare scams in Las Vegas, are the Vegas freebies and giveaways. If a deal seems to be good to be true it probably is. Getting 3 nights in a royal suite when all that is asked of you is to attend a timeshare presentation is a good example. Reasonable mini-vacations can be offered and are a good incentive to getting potential buyers to come to the actual timeshare property. Third is not so common but just as deceptive. Unscrupulous timeshare sellers will offer potential clients discounted week stay specials at about $500. The issue comes up where the transaction is processed, however, the availability of the unit becomes unknown indefinitely, leaving the unsuspecting customer out $500 and no vacation. Fourth and last, a well known technique used by the predatory timeshare seller is to hide a "no buy-back" clause in the contract. This is key, especially if you cannot keep up with the payments. Should such as situation arise the resort company will likely send the customer to collections, take action for wage garnishment or even getting a lien placed against any property placed as collateral.
The issue is plain. It is important to understand that timeshare scams in Las Vegas can be troublesome and serious issues if you work with a less reputable company. The information age makes it so much easier to find out reviews and other information about companies too. The point is if you enjoy a place to visit a few times a year and you feel this is something you will do year after year, a timeshare investment is an excellent way to significantly discount future travel plans.