Timeshare Scam Hotline


Most timeshare owners never see it coming. They think they’ve just closed a deal to sell their property when in reality they’ve just been scammed out of thousands, sometimes tens of thousands of dollars!

That’s why the people at Timeshare Specialists and Resort Closings set up the nation’s first timeshare scam hotline—to prevent these scams before they happen. If you have received a suspicious offer or think you may already be a victim of timeshare fraud please contact us immediately at 1-877-316-9181.

We’ve also been featured on NBC and USA Today, check out the articles:

Experts share how to avoid, report timeshare scams

Tell Mel: Timeshare hotline helps to discover if the offer is legit or a scam

Scam Alert List

Timeshare Con-man Impersonates Lawyer & Key to Vacation Club**New Alert**

First Properties of New York is Running a Timeshare Scam

World Timeshare Exchange Tries to Scam A Victim using our Closing Company! 

TimeshareSalesNow.com Steals our Digital Identity – Online Timeshare Scam Alert!   

Is Joseph Manning at it Again? Timeshare Scam Artist Alert! 

Superior Resales Services of Fort Wayne, Indiana Will Take Your Money and Run!

Canadian Couple Receives Phony Offer for Grand Mayan

Mexican Timeshare Scam – Bay View Property Management and Escrow One Strike Again

Another Joseph Manning Scam attempt stopped by Timeshare Specialists before it was too late.

Timeshare Specialists Saves Elderly Man from Mexican Timeshare Scam

This Scam Tempts Timeshare Owners with Unbelievable Prices – Phone Scams

Tell Mel: Timeshare hotline helps to discover if the offer is legit or a scam?

One Timeshare Agent Two Scams – Timeshare Scam Alert Washington

Owner Becomes Target of Scam While Vacationing at Timeshare – Decolar . Com Scam 

Joseph Manning Poses as Hearing Impaired Timeshare Buyer – Online Scam Alert

Scammers posing as recovery specialists use Resort Closings Inc. name –  Largo, FL

St. Louis Area Con Artists Targeting Timeshare Owners – BBB Warns Missouri Timeshare Owners

Timeshare Wire Fraud Alert – Timeshare Scam Hotline Tip

Timeshare Scam in Alabama – Pinebroke Resorts 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a cost for calling the Hotline?
No, calling is completely free, when you call a member of our team will review the offer you've received and help you determine whether or not it is legitimate.
Can I remain anonymous?
Absolutely, you don't have to provide us with any of your personal information unless you want to. All we ask is that you relay the details of the scammer that contacted you so we can share the information with other owners.
Where can I find the detail of the scams that have been reported?
We post a summary of each scam on Timeshare Scam Database of this website and Timeshare Specialists alerts their followers of new scams on Facebook.
How does your team identify scams?
Our team has been serving the timeshare resell market since 2002, in that time we've worked with over 100,000 buyers and sellers and they've shared their encounters with scammers. We've also worked with many of the companies and brokers in the industry, this network of contacts allows us to quickly identify who is legitimate and who isn't.

About Us

The Timeshare Scam Hotline was founded by the owners of Timeshare Specialists and Resort Closings, two Bozeman, Montana based companies working with Timeshare Owners on the resell market since 2002. In April of 2017, a contact at one of the local banks reached out to us because one of their customers had repeatedly wired money to Mexico for their Timeshare and the banker thought it was suspicious. They put us in contact with the customer and we determined that the person was indeed a victim of fraud. Unfortunately, fraud plagues the market and hurts everyone trying to sell or buy a timeshare on the resell market, so we decided it was time to help stop it. With many years of experience and a vast network of industry contacts it’s easy for our staff to quickly verify whether or not an offer is legitimate, so we decided to put that information to good use and set up this hotline. In addition to answering questions, we post all the reported scams in the Timeshare Scam Database to shed light on the strategies conmen are using and help prevent future losses.