Customer accuses timeshare vacation business of fraud

By Jenie Mallari-Torres | Apr 13, 2018

ORLANDO — A customer is suing an Orange County timeshare company, alleging fraud and violation of Wisconsin law.

ORLANDO — A customer is suing an Orange County timeshare company, alleging fraud and violation of Wisconsin law.

Sherry Ann McKenzie filed a complaint March 30 in Orange County Circuit Court against Wyndham Vacation Resorts Inc. alleging unjust enrichment. 

According to the complaint, on Dec. 28, 2016, McKenzie entered in an agreement with Wyndahm Vacation for the purchase and sale of certain timeshare properties in Sauk County, Wisconsin. The suit says McKenzie has sustained financial loss after relying upon the defendant's misrepresentations that real estate opportunities would entitle the plaintiff access to certain resort destinations. 

The plaintiff alleges Wyndham Vacation Resorts failed to make material disclosures about the timeshare restrictions, and failed to deliver to McKenzie the use, enjoyment and value of the timeshare as promised.

McKenzie seeks trial by jury, award for the foregoing financial loss and all consequential damages, rescission of the contract, damages, pecuniary loss, attorney fees and costs of action. She is represented by attorney Robert L. Hassett III of Aaronson, Austin PA in Longwood.

Orange County Circuit Court case number 18-CA-3307

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