Timeshare troubles

The joy of a private vacation home--without spending the money!

That's the lure of timeshares, where you split the cost of a vacation spot with other owners.

However, timeshares can come with other costs that you may not think about.

Under North Carolina law, you have a three-day right to cancel a timeshare contract.

Before you sign a contract, check out the company with the Better Business Bureau or the N.C. Attorney General's office.


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