Time share racket criminal

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Why aren’t time shares under real estate laws? It seems once you buy one you have it forever. There is no way out. What the time share people are doing now is criminal. You pay money up front for them to put your property on a list and then you never hear from them again. It seems someone is making over $10 million a year on the one little recreation area of some 200 units in Hawaii where my time share is located. Elizabeth HART, Auburn