Fraud Victims Offered New Help by TAI as America Teeters on the Brink of Another Recession

The news reports on Wednesday indicate that the U.S. may be headed toward a recession relapse. One retired naval master chief petty officer turned consumer advocate vows to help even more consumers avoid their own personal recession. His company Timeshare Advocacy International LLC has already helped 750 consumers and releases information today to help more people.

Mt. Juniet, Wilson, TN, September 17, 2011 --( One in every three economists now feel that another U.S. recession is likely within the next year, according to an August Reuters Poll released on Wednesday. According to Reuters, some economists fear that the current weak economic growth may stall out, resulting in another recession.

Timeshare Advocacy International LLC President Sean Austin says; “We are proud to have helped 750 consumers to date, but the news reports about a potential recession means we are going to re-double our efforts to help every consumer that we can.” After retiring from the Navy Austin worked in the timeshare industry but quickly learned that the timeshare industry was not set up for the core values he had learned during 20 plus years of military service. He founded Timeshare Advocacy International LLC as a way to help consumers who had been defrauded by the timeshare sales industry.

Austin’s Timeshare Advocacy International LLC (TAI) announced just last week that they have been able to help their 750th customer legally cancel a timeshare contract. TAI is dedicated to helping consumers who have been victims of fraud.

Today, to help get information into the hands of consumers who have been victims of timeshare fraud, Timeshare Advocacy International has put together and published a list of the top 10 most frequent areas of timeshare fraud, timeshare scams and timeshare sales misrepresentations.

Each of the items on this list will also enable TAI to help cancel a timeshare, and keep much needed money in the pockets and bank accounts of consumers.

TAI’s List of the Top 10 Most Common Examples of Timeshare Fraud, Timeshare Scams and Timeshare Sales Misrepresentations

Timeshare As A Financial Investment
Timeshare Rental and Resale
Timeshare Maintenance Fees
False Sense Of Urgency
Tour Length
Timeshare Cancellation
Timeshare Exchanges
False Meetings
Timeshare Tax Incentives
Timeshare Closing Process

TAI stands with and fights for their clients during the entire timeshare cancellation process. The experts at Timeshare Advocacy International, LLC are available for important money saving interviews as the economic picture remains gloomy. Please check the website for additional information at

For more info please visit or call 1-877-350-7899 to speak with a consultant.

Sandra Gehring