Operating under the name Point to Point Destinations, or West Coast Timeshare Ltd., this Vancouver, BC based company has been selling points based timeshares since their inception in 1999. In recent years there have been a number of time share owners speaking out against PTP Destinations, and looking for help in dealing with their PTP Destinations timeshare purchase. There is hope for the many PTP Destinations timeshare owners out there looking for assistance. There is an excellent web timeshare resource dedicated to informing, warning, and educating consumers about PTP timesharing called TimeshareRevealed.com. TimeshareRevealed.com is working to mobilize, help, and inform unhappy PTP Destinations timeshare owners, and assist them in taking action against the company.
Vlad, the creator of TimeshareRevealed.com, has already begun to take legal action against Point to Point Destinations, and is currently in the process of suing their organization for misrepresentation. This action was pursued after PTP Destinations/West Coast Timeshare’s refusal to return his money, or make an offer to buy back the package that was sold to him under false pretenses. His objective now is to assist other PTP Timeshare owners in pursuing the same action by providing recommendations for legal representation, assisting owners to find one another and mobilize to file single, joint, or class action suits, obtaining the assistance of more PTP owners to strengthen the cases already in progress, and creating a public awareness of Point to Point Destination’s unfair business practices to protect consumers.
TimeshareRevealed.com wants all PTP vacation club members to know that there are options available for them to get out of their timeshare contract with Point To Point Destinations, also know as West Coast Timeshare Ltd., and the site outlines a number of ways to go about getting your money back. For people within their 10 day timeshare rescission window, you have the ability to cancel the contract, without any explanation, and receive a full refund during this period known as “cooling off”. Point to Point timeshare owners outside of this 7 day refund window also have options including:
- Filing a complaint with the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
- Suing West Coast Timeshare (this is possible despite what your timeshare contract may state).
- Raising awareness on the web regarding the company’s questionable business practices on sites like Rip Off Report, Consumer Affairs, Complaints.com
- Organizing a class action lawsuit.
- Spreading the word on social networking sites like MySpace and Facebook, forums, and via email.
So if you, or someone you know, has been involved with Point to Point Destinations and is unhappy with their experience, TimeshareRevealed.com is a great resource for timeshare help, time share lawsuit information, and connecting with other PTP Destinations timeshare owners that share your experience. It is important to realize that you are not alone, and there is help available for timeshare owners that feel they have been mislead by PTP/West Coast Timeshare.
** UPDATE 5/4/09 – The website TimeshareRevealed.com has been removed from the web. Please visit our Timeshare Forums @ http://rcivip.com/forum to discuss Point to Point Destinations or West Coast Timeshare.
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