- Report: #1131421
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Complaint Review: Finn Law Group
Finn Law Group10720 72nd Street, Suite 305, Largo, Florida USA
Finn Law Group Michael Finn Timeshare Defense is a scam to collect your money. Timeshares will cancel your contract happily without a lawyer. Just do not pay and then resell it for more money. Marne Michigan
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Michael Finn claims he will conduct a comprehensive evaluation and construct an appropriate engagement letter related to your individuall timeshare purchase. He does not do as he claims. He has one retention letter that he sends out for all timeshare situations. You pay 2000.00 for one correspondence, prewritten.
He tells you to stop paying fees and stop communications with the parent company and then tells you he is waiting for a return correspondance. Not true. The parent company does not respond back. The timeshare parent company just cancels your timeshare and takes your deposit money and resells it to someone else that will probably want to cancel their timeshare too. Both lawyer and timeshare make money.
What Mr. Finn does not tell you is that you do not need him. Just stop paying all fees and the timeshare company will do everything Mr. Finn's firm promises except they won't charge you a fee to cancel your timeshare.
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