The How and Why of Sapphire
Your timeshare company wants you to believe that your timeshare contract is iron-clad, with no way out. Fortunately, at Sapphire, nothing could be further from the truth. Here’s why: In order to get people to buy timeshares, salespeople must convince them of something that simply is not true - that timeshares have tangible value.
But timeshares do not have tangible value. If they did, you wouldn’t be able to find so many on eBay selling for only a dollar. So ask yourself this question: If you had been informed by your salesperson that the Internal Revenue Service values your timeshare as worthless (which it does, unless you have a Disney timeshare or a very rare timeshare), and that timeshares just like yours are selling on eBay for a buck (which they are), would you have signed that contract? Probably not, and that’s where we come in.
At Sapphire, we understand that the timeshare industry business model is structured to make it virtually impossible for salespeople to be truthful and still survive. Timeshare salespeople have no choice but to commit ‘lies by omission’ and fair-trade violations.
So when we enter the picture, the timeshare company has only two options; spend tens of thousands of dollars over months or even years fighting a war they are guaranteed to eventually lose, or keep all the money they’ve taken from you, and take back the timeshare so they can re-sell it to someone else.
Which of those two options would you choose?