Timeshare Attorney Sues Playa Grande Resort
Timeshare Attorney Mitchell Sussman takes legal action vs. Playa Grande Resort
Veteran Timeshare lawyer Mitchell Reed Sussman has disrupted the Timeshare Industry to such a degree that Timeshare developers around the world consider him public enemy number 1.
“Ten years ago, when I began helping Timeshare owners rid themselves of lifetime maintenance fees and other ridiculous obligations, a lawyer-friend of mine asked if I wasn’t afraid of waking up one morning to find a bomb in my car,” Sussman said.
Over the years, Sussman has obtained thousands of releases for Timeshare owners nation-wide, in many cases, by successfully suing the Timeshare corporations for unlawful practices and unenforceable, onerous contracts. He has upended a trillion-dollar industry known for high-pressure sales tactics and fine print contracts seeking to absolve the timeshare for any “untruthful statements” made by a salesperson during the timeshare ‘presentation’.
Recently, one timeshare decided to fight dirty when the Playa Grande Resort, in an effort to keep their owner in the fold, sent a defamatory letter to William and Ursula White, clients of Sussman who had previously purchased a timeshare membership from Playa Grande.
The letter contained false and outrageous accusations.
“Anyone can look it up and see that I have been a member of the California bar in good standing for over 42 years am beloved by my clients and have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau,” Sussman said regarding what he describes as a coward’s approach to his efforts to free his clients from unwanted timeshares.
The case filed by the law office of Mitchell Reed Sussman & Associates by lead attorney Leslie Benjamin is Sussman v. Playa Grande, Superior Court of California, County of Riverside Superior Court, case no. PSC 1903477
The lawsuit seeks damages in excess of one million dollars along with an injunction.
Please feel free to contact our toll free number 800-233-8521 and ask to speak to one of our timeshare attorneys as you too may be eligible to file legal action against Playa Grande Resort. IT'S NOT TOO LATE! To date, our timeshare attorneys have negotiated or otherwise caused the cancellation of some 20,000 timeshare contracts.
To see if you are eligible to have your timeshare cancelled, just request a no-cost Evaluation of getting your timeshare contract terminated permanently.