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Diamond Dust

In late 2016 Diamond Resorts International settled a lawsuit brought against them by the State of Arizona for a whopping 800,000 dollars. Two previous Diamond customers, Matt and Janet Finazzo laid claims that “The terms contained within the timeshare contract are completely different from the terms offered and promised during the timeshare presentation.”

Arizona State had received hundreds of complaints like the Finazzo’s from disgruntled customers. In the settlement agreement, Diamond is required to make changes to its business practices and restitution will be paid to qualifying consumers (deadline was may 2017).

Less than three months after that suit was settled, another arose. This one was for one BILLION dollars. As far as we can tell, this lawsuit focuses on how Diamond targeted the elderly in their presentations and tours “because of their vulnerability and time available to travel.” We will post more updates as we get them, but if you or a loved one has been a victim of Diamond Resorts International and missed the first restitution deadline, give us a call and let us help you!

Sources:

https://www.azag.gov/press-release/attorney-general-brnovich-announces-800000-settlement-diamond-resorts

https://topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/lawsuit-news/348667-diamond-resorts-class-action-high-pressure-timeshare-sales-deceptive/

http://insidetimeshare.com/1billion-law-suit-diamond-resorts

Diamond Dust

In late 2016 Diamond Resorts International settled a lawsuit brought against them by the State of Arizona for a whopping 800,000 dollars. Two previous Diamond customers, Matt and Janet Finazzo laid claims that “The terms contained within the timeshare contract are completely different from the terms offered and promised during the timeshare presentation.”

Arizona State had received hundreds of complaints like the Finazzo’s from disgruntled customers. In the settlement agreement, Diamond is required to make changes to its business practices and restitution will be paid to qualifying consumers (deadline was may 2017).

Less than three months after that suit was settled, another arose. This one was for one BILLION dollars. As far as we can tell, this lawsuit focuses on how Diamond targeted the elderly in their presentations and tours “because of their vulnerability and time available to travel.” We will post more updates as we get them, but if you or a loved one has been a victim of Diamond Resorts International and missed the first restitution deadline, give us a call and let us help you!

Sources:

https://www.azag.gov/press-release/attorney-general-brnovich-announces-800000-settlement-diamond-resorts

https://topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/lawsuit-news/348667-diamond-resorts-class-action-high-pressure-timeshare-sales-deceptive/

http://insidetimeshare.com/1billion-law-suit-diamond-resorts

Diamond Dust

In late 2016 Diamond Resorts International settled a lawsuit brought against them by the State of Arizona for a whopping 800,000 dollars. Two previous Diamond customers, Matt and Janet Finazzo laid claims that “The terms contained within the timeshare contract are completely different from the terms offered and promised during the timeshare presentation.”

Arizona State had received hundreds of complaints like the Finazzo’s from disgruntled customers. In the settlement agreement, Diamond is required to make changes to its business practices and restitution will be paid to qualifying consumers (deadline was may 2017).

Less than three months after that suit was settled, another arose. This one was for one BILLION dollars. As far as we can tell, this lawsuit focuses on how Diamond targeted the elderly in their presentations and tours “because of their vulnerability and time available to travel.” We will post more updates as we get them, but if you or a loved one has been a victim of Diamond Resorts International and missed the first restitution deadline, give us a call and let us help you!

Sources:

https://www.azag.gov/press-release/attorney-general-brnovich-announces-800000-settlement-diamond-resorts

https://topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/lawsuit-news/348667-diamond-resorts-class-action-high-pressure-timeshare-sales-deceptive/

http://insidetimeshare.com/1billion-law-suit-diamond-resorts

Diamond Dust

In late 2016 Diamond Resorts International settled a lawsuit brought against them by the State of Arizona for a whopping 800,000 dollars. Two previous Diamond customers, Matt and Janet Finazzo laid claims that “The terms contained within the timeshare contract are completely different from the terms offered and promised during the timeshare presentation.”

Arizona State had received hundreds of complaints like the Finazzo’s from disgruntled customers. In the settlement agreement, Diamond is required to make changes to its business practices and restitution will be paid to qualifying consumers (deadline was may 2017).

Less than three months after that suit was settled, another arose. This one was for one BILLION dollars. As far as we can tell, this lawsuit focuses on how Diamond targeted the elderly in their presentations and tours “because of their vulnerability and time available to travel.” We will post more updates as we get them, but if you or a loved one has been a victim of Diamond Resorts International and missed the first restitution deadline, give us a call and let us help you!

Sources:

https://www.azag.gov/press-release/attorney-general-brnovich-announces-800000-settlement-diamond-resorts

https://topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/lawsuit-news/348667-diamond-resorts-class-action-high-pressure-timeshare-sales-deceptive/

http://insidetimeshare.com/1billion-law-suit-diamond-resorts

Diamond Dust

In late 2016 Diamond Resorts International settled a lawsuit brought against them by the State of Arizona for a whopping 800,000 dollars. Two previous Diamond customers, Matt and Janet Finazzo laid claims that “The terms contained within the timeshare contract are completely different from the terms offered and promised during the timeshare presentation.”

Arizona State had received hundreds of complaints like the Finazzo’s from disgruntled customers. In the settlement agreement, Diamond is required to make changes to its business practices and restitution will be paid to qualifying consumers (deadline was may 2017).

Less than three months after that suit was settled, another arose. This one was for one BILLION dollars. As far as we can tell, this lawsuit focuses on how Diamond targeted the elderly in their presentations and tours “because of their vulnerability and time available to travel.” We will post more updates as we get them, but if you or a loved one has been a victim of Diamond Resorts International and missed the first restitution deadline, give us a call and let us help you!

Sources:

https://www.azag.gov/press-release/attorney-general-brnovich-announces-800000-settlement-diamond-resorts

https://topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/lawsuit-news/348667-diamond-resorts-class-action-high-pressure-timeshare-sales-deceptive/

http://insidetimeshare.com/1billion-law-suit-diamond-resorts

Diamond Dust

In late 2016 Diamond Resorts International settled a lawsuit brought against them by the State of Arizona for a whopping 800,000 dollars. Two previous Diamond customers, Matt and Janet Finazzo laid claims that “The terms contained within the timeshare contract are completely different from the terms offered and promised during the timeshare presentation.”

Arizona State had received hundreds of complaints like the Finazzo’s from disgruntled customers. In the settlement agreement, Diamond is required to make changes to its business practices and restitution will be paid to qualifying consumers (deadline was may 2017).

Less than three months after that suit was settled, another arose. This one was for one BILLION dollars. As far as we can tell, this lawsuit focuses on how Diamond targeted the elderly in their presentations and tours “because of their vulnerability and time available to travel.” We will post more updates as we get them, but if you or a loved one has been a victim of Diamond Resorts International and missed the first restitution deadline, give us a call and let us help you!

Sources:

https://www.azag.gov/press-release/attorney-general-brnovich-announces-800000-settlement-diamond-resorts

https://topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/lawsuit-news/348667-diamond-resorts-class-action-high-pressure-timeshare-sales-deceptive/

http://insidetimeshare.com/1billion-law-suit-diamond-resorts

Diamond Dust

In late 2016 Diamond Resorts International settled a lawsuit brought against them by the State of Arizona for a whopping 800,000 dollars. Two previous Diamond customers, Matt and Janet Finazzo laid claims that “The terms contained within the timeshare contract are completely different from the terms offered and promised during the timeshare presentation.”

Arizona State had received hundreds of complaints like the Finazzo’s from disgruntled customers. In the settlement agreement, Diamond is required to make changes to its business practices and restitution will be paid to qualifying consumers (deadline was may 2017).

Less than three months after that suit was settled, another arose. This one was for one BILLION dollars. As far as we can tell, this lawsuit focuses on how Diamond targeted the elderly in their presentations and tours “because of their vulnerability and time available to travel.” We will post more updates as we get them, but if you or a loved one has been a victim of Diamond Resorts International and missed the first restitution deadline, give us a call and let us help you!

Sources:

https://www.azag.gov/press-release/attorney-general-brnovich-announces-800000-settlement-diamond-resorts

https://topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/lawsuit-news/348667-diamond-resorts-class-action-high-pressure-timeshare-sales-deceptive/

http://insidetimeshare.com/1billion-law-suit-diamond-resorts

Diamond Dust

In late 2016 Diamond Resorts International settled a lawsuit brought against them by the State of Arizona for a whopping 800,000 dollars. Two previous Diamond customers, Matt and Janet Finazzo laid claims that “The terms contained within the timeshare contract are completely different from the terms offered and promised during the timeshare presentation.”

Arizona State had received hundreds of complaints like the Finazzo’s from disgruntled customers. In the settlement agreement, Diamond is required to make changes to its business practices and restitution will be paid to qualifying consumers (deadline was may 2017).

Less than three months after that suit was settled, another arose. This one was for one BILLION dollars. As far as we can tell, this lawsuit focuses on how Diamond targeted the elderly in their presentations and tours “because of their vulnerability and time available to travel.” We will post more updates as we get them, but if you or a loved one has been a victim of Diamond Resorts International and missed the first restitution deadline, give us a call and let us help you!

Sources:

https://www.azag.gov/press-release/attorney-general-brnovich-announces-800000-settlement-diamond-resorts

https://topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/lawsuit-news/348667-diamond-resorts-class-action-high-pressure-timeshare-sales-deceptive/

http://insidetimeshare.com/1billion-law-suit-diamond-resorts

Diamond Dust

In late 2016 Diamond Resorts International settled a lawsuit brought against them by the State of Arizona for a whopping 800,000 dollars. Two previous Diamond customers, Matt and Janet Finazzo laid claims that “The terms contained within the timeshare contract are completely different from the terms offered and promised during the timeshare presentation.”

Arizona State had received hundreds of complaints like the Finazzo’s from disgruntled customers. In the settlement agreement, Diamond is required to make changes to its business practices and restitution will be paid to qualifying consumers (deadline was may 2017).

Less than three months after that suit was settled, another arose. This one was for one BILLION dollars. As far as we can tell, this lawsuit focuses on how Diamond targeted the elderly in their presentations and tours “because of their vulnerability and time available to travel.” We will post more updates as we get them, but if you or a loved one has been a victim of Diamond Resorts International and missed the first restitution deadline, give us a call and let us help you!

Sources:

https://www.azag.gov/press-release/attorney-general-brnovich-announces-800000-settlement-diamond-resorts

https://topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/lawsuit-news/348667-diamond-resorts-class-action-high-pressure-timeshare-sales-deceptive/

http://insidetimeshare.com/1billion-law-suit-diamond-resorts

Diamond Dust

In late 2016 Diamond Resorts International settled a lawsuit brought against them by the State of Arizona for a whopping 800,000 dollars. Two previous Diamond customers, Matt and Janet Finazzo laid claims that “The terms contained within the timeshare contract are completely different from the terms offered and promised during the timeshare presentation.”

Arizona State had received hundreds of complaints like the Finazzo’s from disgruntled customers. In the settlement agreement, Diamond is required to make changes to its business practices and restitution will be paid to qualifying consumers (deadline was may 2017).

Less than three months after that suit was settled, another arose. This one was for one BILLION dollars. As far as we can tell, this lawsuit focuses on how Diamond targeted the elderly in their presentations and tours “because of their vulnerability and time available to travel.” We will post more updates as we get them, but if you or a loved one has been a victim of Diamond Resorts International and missed the first restitution deadline, give us a call and let us help you!

Sources:

https://www.azag.gov/press-release/attorney-general-brnovich-announces-800000-settlement-diamond-resorts

https://topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/lawsuit-news/348667-diamond-resorts-class-action-high-pressure-timeshare-sales-deceptive/

http://insidetimeshare.com/1billion-law-suit-diamond-resorts


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