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Timeshare Seller Ordered to Pay $1 Million for Deceptive Practices
Timeshare seller FantaSea Resorts has been ordered to pay over $1 million to victims of what a jury determined was a deceptive scheme.
PR Newswire has more:
A Superior Court jury in New Jersey decided in favor of consumers deceived by timeshare seller FantaSea Resorts, awarding the plaintiffs a $1,069,285 verdict for the Atlantic City resort's intentionally deceptive sales practices. The victory for consumers was championed by Schroeter Goldmark & Bender along with partners, Flitter Milz, PC and the Law Office of David Ricci.
The jury verdict will compensate a group of 19 plaintiffs whose consumer protection rights were violated by repeated misrepresentations throughout FantaSea Resort's routine, deceptive sales practices. The jury agreed that FantaSea's tactics left consumers with timeshare purchases they couldn't use as described, with payments and rising maintenance fees they couldn't escape.
Consumers who are considering a timeshare should check out the article below for more on how to avoid a bad deal - and there are LOTS of bad deals in the timeshare world.
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