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You were subjected to intense, high-pressure sales tactics.
You were not given sufficient time to read the paperwork prior to signing.
You were sold your timeshare as an investment.
You were promised that the company would take back your timeshare and sell it for a more than the initial purchase price.
You were promised that the company would take back your timeshare at any time, yet were unable to.
There’s a breach of contract , i.e. the supplier failed to fulfil some of the obligations under the contract.
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