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Violence And Corruption Speed Timeshare's Demise

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Another shoe dropping.


David Smith and Tony Thompson in London and Dale Fuchs in Tenerife

Sunday January 22, 2006

The Observer

They once offered holidaymakers the dream of their own place in the sun. But years of bad press about scams, violence and corruption has shattered consumer confidence in timeshares to such an extent that the industry may be in terminal decline, a report obtained by The Observer reveals.

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