Credit Card Disputes for timeshare fraud
Other clients who have rescinded their timeshare contracts within the 5 day cancellation period allowed by Mexican law, and filed a credit card dispute at the same time, have found that the dispute process can delay the refund process. Normally, if a refund is approved by the resort, they will process it back to the credit card where the charge was initiated originally. If the charge is already in the dispute, the resort will require the dispute to be finalized before any refund is made, in case the temporary credit back to the card by the credit card company becomes permanent. This can delay the refund of the money and cause confusion for the timeshare scam victim.
In some cases it can be advantageous to file a credit card dispute. For example, if your payment is due, and you have hired our services to cancel your contract, this can be a way to delay the credit card payments that you were already required to make, without incurring interest charges or negative reports to your credit score.
If you feel you need to contact professional assistance with your timeshare matter, contact a company who is willing to work on a contingency basis. never pay upfront for a service in the timeshare industry.