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Have regrets about a timeshare purchase? Act now.

Timeshare real estate agents are some of the best salesmen. They make investing in a vacation home sound like a magical and practical idea. And you feel so happy with your purchase—until you get hit with the exorbitant fees and annual payments. Now you find yourself stuck in an unescapable payment cycle that drains your bank account.

I'm stuck with a timeshare agreement. Is there anything I can do?

Even if you signed a timeshare contract, you may be in luck. There are a few ways you can still legally cancel your contract and get out of the agreement.

You can:

1. Use the rescission (cancellation) period to your advantage. Most timeshare companies and states have grace periods of up to 10 days where you can cancel your contract — no questions asked.

2. Spot inaccuracies in the initial contract and cancel on the basis of misinformation. If the contract failed to mention certain fees or terms, most states offer protections for the buyer and will allow you to terminate the agreement.

3. Negotiate with the company to end the agreement. While you may have to pay upfront fees, getting out now is better than being stuck paying annual fees forever.

How Can DoNotPay Help?

How to cancel your timeshare agreement using DoNotPay

If you want to cancel your timeshare agreement but don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered. Create your own cancellation letter in 3 easy steps:

1. Search "Cancel Timeshare Agreement" on DoNotPay

2. Tell us about the timeshare company, the contract name and number, the purchase date, and other details of your agreement

3. DoNotPay will generate a cancellation request letter on your behalf, leveraging all of the negotiation tactics mentioned above.